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SEP 2018

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18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 21 18. A union of shape, pattern and sustainability, Echo hexagon and her- ringbone mosaics from Emser Tile are crafted with recycled white, gray, brown and calacatta-look glass. Finished with inkjet prints of wood grain and calacatta marble patterns, the series works well for a variety of kitchen and bath surfaces. Circle No. 222 on Product Card 19. Vintage Ranch is Eldorado Stone's authentic interpretation of reclaimed barn wood. The handcrafted stone veneer is available in Saddlewood, Foxwood, Parch- wood and Doverwood, in heights of 2", 4" and 6" with subtle depth variations. Vintage Ranch has been designed as a panelized system for quick installation. Circle No. 223 on Product Card 20. The KIDDO: Wunderkammer Edition of mosaics, a collection of six whim- sical designs, has been introduced by New Ravenna. Designed by the compa- ny's creative director, Cean Irminger, the line reflects elements from childhood, and is fabricated by hand from stone, brass, aluminum, shell, 24k gold, antiqued mirror and jewel glass. The selection includes Arrow Rows, Subway!, Personal Space, Tzarry Tzarry Night, Here Be Dragons and Caroushell (shown). Circle No. 224 on Product Card 21. Adella from M S International features imaginative designs, textures and di- mension. An all-inclusive tile collection, Adella is offered in six inspirational 12"x24" ceramic wall tiles and three coordinating 18"x18" matte-finish porcelain floor tiles. Circle No. 225 on Product Card 22. Cle has added three new shapes – rectangle, losange diamond and circle – to its Belgian Reproduction tile collection, which includes insquare, hex, star and cross. The Flemish black tiles are handcrafted by artisans who are working in the traditional method of wood-fired terracotta production. The tiles can be installed indoors and out. Circle No. 226 on Product Card 23. Alterations is an authentic fabric-look with the appearance of interlacing fibers. The contemporary textile appeal is embedded on 12"x24" porcelain tile and 1"x3" mosaic, available from Marazzi. The five on-trend shades include white, beige, soft gray, dark gray and black. Circle No. 227 on Product Card 24. Crossville captures marble's elegance in its State of Grace porcelain tile collection. The line comes in two finishes and a vast range of modern sizes, shapes, trims and mosaics for custom possibilities, all with the durability of porcelain. Circle No. 228 on Product Card 25. This kitchen, designed by Sarah Robertson of Studio Dearborn, in Long Island, NY, incorporates soft grey and warm off-white colors, paired with a cement tile backsplash from Tango Tile. The Nantes pattern on the backsplash is a classic design contemporized by the choice of gray, white and a touch of blue. The tiles are ecologically friendly and LEED qualified. Circle No. 229 on Product Card 26. Tesselle's exclusive hand-made Sonora Thistle 8" Cement Tile works for floors or wall installations, and can be used to create a variety of patterns. The tiles are stocked in two colors and can be customized in small production runs. Circle No. 230 on Product Card 27. The Laura Ashley tile and splashback collection, available from The Tile Shop, features one-piece, large-format 24"x30" splashback tiles and coor- dinating tiles. Florals, repeating bold patterns and a whimsical flower/spring design are represented in shades of charcoal, gray, white and biscuit. Circle No. 231 on Product Card 28. The Corrispondenza collection of handmade tiles, available from Hastings Tile & Bath, was inspired by a collection of old, folded and yellowed letters that had been preserved like origami artwork. A collaboration between Ceramica Bardelli with Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of Dimore Studio, Corrispondenza is made from white glazed stoneware and hand painted by Ceramica Bardelli in seven decorations. Circle No. 232 on Product Card Photo: Neil Landino 64 Kitchen & Bath Design News • September 2018 PRODUCT REVIEW

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