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colorful saturdays with our deep purple hex medley

image credit from left to right laura berman, deep purple hex medley, giambattista valli fall 2014 via vogue, and "flying" by misal   asdfd

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monday mention – luxe magazine, hedron cement & a dash of paris panache

what’s black, white, and striped all over? our hedron cement hexagon tiles, obviously! everyone knows how classic and sophisticated stripes are, but this encaustic cement pattern takes the design one step further by adding a modern and parisian twist. these tiles, when woven together, create one of our most dynamic geometric patterns...

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bringing sexy black! get lost in the dark with these monochromatic clé favorites

there's a reason why we all have our favorite black t-shirt, shoes, jeans, sweaters, you name it... there's a reason we use the phrase"___" is the new black. it's because no matter where you look throughout time and space, black is classic. black, which is not technically a color but rather the...

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hexagonal tiles - what's with all the buzz?

photos | header image by cereal magazine cement hexagonal tiles, in general, have become one of the most popular tiles in recent times. in the following q & a, clé founder deborah osburn shines some light on this trend, and shares her thoughts on how to use hexagon tiles to rev up your next...

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we're vexed by hexes... grey cement tile hexes!

photos | wichmann + bendtsen via dwell a while ago, paola navone created one of the most widely circulated cement tile installations of all time! not even kidding! see images below.  the tiles themselves were an unexpected combination of grey's, AND the use of them carving their way into the heart of...

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did someone say hexagon tiles? inspiration for your next design project

photos | kessara via instagram, judd lysenko marshall hex tile has become one of the most popular tile shapes in recent times. their beloved shape is the perfect compliment to your next commercial design project. in the following q & a, clé founder deborah osburn shines some light on this trend, and shares her thoughts...

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