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Were looking at tile from a whole new angle thanks to the growing trend towards triangles. Here are a few of our current favourites.
The possibilities are endless with Delta, the newest line from MUT Design, which brings a beautiful marble pop to traditional cement tile. Play with the arrangement to find the perfect composition for your space.Vancouver-based company Interstyle teamed up with local design duo Falken Reynolds to create the gorgeous, multifunctional Slope Tile. The colour on these glass isosceles-angles is silkscreened on the back of the tile and printed on the face, which creates a rich depth sure to up the sophistication factor of any room.We love the idea of using bold shapes to make a big impact in a small space. The new triangle cuts from Fireclay are just the trick, especially paired with their new ocean-themed glazes, like this trio in Aegean Sea, Glacier Bay and Salton Sea.Mix up your monochromes with the wide variety of cool grey glaze tones of Pratt & Larson’s Rhomboid-style Field Tile.
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