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ruan hoffmann revisited with 'much love me'

we consider every tile a work of art, whether it be a piece of hand-chiseled zellige made from clay dried out in the sun or an intricate design hand-poured onto a cement tile, each piece is a testament to an artist of sorts. with our artist collaborations, we have taken this craft...

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modern farmhouse brick - the new subway tile

it's back! earlier this year we tested the waters with a farmhouse brick. the response was so good that we've brought it back with a slight tweak – we elongated the form to make it a tad more modern while keeping its rustic surface and shimmer. so if you are looking for...

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The New York Times - Advice for Renovating Your Home with Second Shelf

in a recent ny times post, as part of their design special section- they asked readers to send questions about renovating their homes. here is one of the questions which featured clé tile, "My bathroom needs a redo, but I’m bored to death of subway tile. Where should I go to find something more...

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everything you need to know about tile... well almost

want to know more about tile? we were recently featured on remodelista in this invaluable tile cheat sheet of sorts, Remodeling 101: A Guide to the Only 7 Types of Tile You Need to Know  - featuring zellige, terracotta, stoneware, porcelain, glass, natural stone, cement tile and the ubiquitous subway.  shown above: zellige weathered...

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announcing eskayel + clé

anyone familiar with eskayel’s fabrics, wall coverings and rugs will recognize our latest artist-tile collaboration with founder shanan campanaro. an inveterate global traveler, the brooklyn-based designer creates watercolor paintings inspired by nature and her global ventures -  images that are ultimately adapted into her ethereal, eco-friendly fabrics. translating shanan’s fluid fabric patterns...

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all tile isn't created equal: why high end tile is worth the investment

surfaces will be one of the chief investments in your property. they both define and protect your spaces from heat, moisture, and wear and tear. and along with creating heirloom surfaces that will last for generations, tiles are also a major design statement. in the past 20 years, clients in the U.S...

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