By simply cutting our tiles into rectangles or right triangles, we create a world of new design opportunities. 

Experimentation is important. That's why our designers use simple sketches, just like this one, to test out new ideas - even multi-colored herringbones. 

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Spanish Tiles with

Terra Cotta and Maples

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Milano with

Boulevard, River Rock, and Foghorn

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Subway with

Boulevard, Bluebird, and Aviator

 

Maybe try angles?

Stretch Hexagons with

Boulevard, River Rock, Foghorn, and Sunshine

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Geometric Snakes with

Evergreen, Sepia, Olive, Maple, and Coral

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Waves with

Ocean, Bluebird, Aviator, and Iceberg

 

It's Hip to be Square

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Mottle Colors with

Sepia, Tiki, Mojave, Gobi, and Sandstone

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Gradient Steps with

Kestrel, Bluestone, Heron, and Porcelain

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Green Accents with 

Boulevard, River Rock, Foghorn, Porcelain, and limelight

 

The Possibilities are Staggering

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Mottled Red with

Sepia, Maple, Coral, and Sandstone

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Staggered Stripes with

Evergreen, Olive, Lilypad, and Limelight

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Iridescence with

Ocean, Bluebird, Aviator, Iris, Thistle, and Limelight