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SEP 2018

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7. Cultured Stone's stone and brick veneers contain an average of 50 percent pre-consumer recycled content, and can be used in a variety of applications, including kitchen backsplashes. The Pro-Fit Terrain Ledgestone, shown, blends fine cultured stone textures and patterns, and is available in four color finishes. Circle No. 211 on Product Card 8. Akdo's Ethereal Collection of marble mosaic tiles focuses on contempo- rary, geometric patterns that are created using thin pieces of inlaid metal. The line provides a customizable design aspect due to a variety of shapes ranging from stars to hexagons. Triangles, shown, includes three patterned tiles – Prism, Flicker and Gleam – and one solid triangle, Ethereal. Circle No. 212 on Product Card 9. The Iris-Fiandre Group's Brand Iris Ceramica presents Marmi 3.0, a ceramic wall tile collection with tiles available in eight 4"x8" glossy colors: White, Black, Black Pulpis, Platino, Venato White, Brown Saint Laurent, Onyx and Oro. Circle No. 213 on Product Card 10. Neolith from TheSize has added four color introductions: Retrostone, Mirage, Krater and Calatorao. Retrostone features a big-grain effect based on terrazzo, while Mirage plays on sandstone. Calatorao is a fine-grained limestone with golden veining and a dark gray color. Krater, shown, is a vividly detailed stone that pays homage to natural inky soapstone. Circle No. 214 on Product Card 11. Remy, a new decorative cement Encaustic tile from Bedrosians Tile & Stone, breathes new life into an old-world design using cool sea blue and warm gray solid colors and a mix of patterns. The line includes eight distinctive 8"x8" patterned designs and six solid 8"x8" tile colors. Circle No. 215 on Product Card 12. The color palette of the VitraArt Peace of Mind glass tile collection from Florida Tile ranges from delicate whites to the quiet tones of the earth, sea and sky. The non-porous tiles and mosaics are stain and scratch resistant, and are available in an extensive array of shapes, sizes, textures, patterns and colors. Circle No. 216 on Product Card 13. Heath Ceramics has debuted a new line of tile by artist Stan Bitters with a mixed clay body made from recycled clay and reclaimed waste material from the firm's factory, providing variation in the tile. The tile is available in 10 finishes, including matte glazes, glossy glazes and unglazed on two clay bodies: manganese (brown clay) and mixed clay. Circle No. 217 on Product Card 14. This interlocking mosaic tile features random-length brick-shaped stain- less steel and white glass tiles. From Eden Mosaic Tile, the tile offers a level of depth that can't be compared to plain single-color metal tiles, the firm notes. Circle No. 218 on Product Card 15. Illuminary from Daltile includes modified Herringbone, Accordion and Oscillating mosaics that feature a parallelogram assembled in three patterns, which can be paired with a coordinating decorative liner in Bar, Convergent or Twist. The patterns are comprised of eight iridescent color blends and four solid colors, with six solid and three decorative liners available. Circle No. 219 on Product Card 16. Extremeconcrete materials from Merge Design are available in both standard and custom colors/finishes/sizes and are LEED contributing. The Wedge tiles, shown, are handcrafted and mold-finished for a three-dimension- al aesthetic that works indoors and out. Circle No. 220 on Product Card 17. Born of a collaboration with Michael Aram, Artistic Tile's Orchid Dimen- sional's realistic carved flowers festoon a smooth background of polished white or black marble. Inspired by the designer's original Orchid Collection, this design utilizes a variety of techniques for an intricate and elegant mosaic tile. Orchid is stocked in black and white in its original carved dimensional style, and in a flat design that extends its use to floors and other surfaces. Circle No. 221 on Product Card 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 September 2018 • KitchenBathDesign.com 63

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