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Sakura Sneak Peek

Posted by: • Feb 2

Sakura Sneak Peek

Spring is fast approaching and with the new season we're gearing up to launch a brand new Handpainted collection!  Expanding on our existing collections of handpainted tile designs, we'll be introducing the Sakura collection in late February.  Sakura will feature 12 distinctly organic patterns inspired by Japan’s iconic landscapes.  Contemporary references to the natural world are expressed with hints of mountains, tortoise shells, river rocks and florals.

Sakura complements a range of aesthetic styles and needs in the home or commercial environment. These large-format tiles are ideal for focal wall installations, kitchen backsplashes, baths and floors.  The tiles are made from 70% recycled clay bodies, leveraging regionally sourced materials. Our Sakura designs will be available in 8x8” and 6x12” sizes (depending on the pattern), and will be available in three soft and natural color motifs: white, neutral and green.  The color motifs are coordinated so that the different patterns work together seamlessly.  Below is a sneak peek of some of the patterns that make up the Sakura Collection.  Stay tuned to see the rest!

Interested in pre-ordering Sakura?  Feel free to give us a call at 1-800-776-2223 or stop by the showroom.  You can also fill out our Design Assistance Form and one of our talented Design Consultants will get back to you shortly.

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