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All Architectural Stone
February 13, 2013 in Design Dilemma
What do you think about the arabesque tiles? Also, what would you call the 2013 'IT' tile style? We'd love to know!
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Carm Longo - The Kitchen Planners
This style of tile is really growing fast in popularity!!!
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trebinje
We bought a fixer home in 1994 that had this exact tile in the entry/foyer - in a brilliant peacock blue - which had been laid when the home was built in 1974. We couldn't wait to rip it out, but that was 20 years ago. Forty years later, the '70's rise again!

To my eye, this is a Moorish or Moroccan motif.
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Lydia (Kazza Design)
I love this tile!!! Where can I get it? Are there different colours?
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Judy M
Google search "arabesque tile".
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All Architectural Stone
I also keep seeing this shape for carpets and floor designs! I love it

@Lydia - From us! :)

@Judy - correct -yes!
1 Like   February 13, 2013 at 4:10PM
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Judy M
Here it is in a kitchen. Very nice.


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Judy M
Prefer to use it in a color as a accent? Can you tell I've been looking at this tile? LOL


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favoritegram
When I moved in my home in 2003 it also had those tiles in my bowling alley style entry in a emerald green, YUCK replaced them quickly with light porcelain tiles
1 Like   February 13, 2013 at 4:33PM
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nasmijati
I would rather use this shape tile on a wall than on a floor.
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All Architectural Stone
Here it is again on a carpet
0 Likes   February 13, 2013 at 5:14PM
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favoritegram
Yours is prettier than just the solid look
1 Like   February 13, 2013 at 5:16PM
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Carolyn Albert-Kincl, ASID
I'm readier to see more contemporary styling in tiles. That one looks extremely dated.
0 Likes   February 13, 2013 at 5:17PM
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lara leigh designs llc
I don't mind it. It is pretty - but I'd most likely not choose for myself or client - I feel it's a very trendy statement on a pretty perm. project;(
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All Architectural Stone
sorry, accidentally deleted our post:

We've just decided to carry this item--a little change to the solid arabesque shape. :) We're loving the responses!

@Carolyn Albert-Kincl - Wood tiles? :)
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Carolyn Albert-Kincl, ASID
Wood tiles look interesting...haven't seen them. Do they look as good in person?
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Sara Bederman Interior Design
This Moroccan shaped tile is a refreshing update to the standard mosaic. I love the larger scale.
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All Architectural Stone
@Carolyn - I actually love the look of wood tiles (but I of course can only speak for one person within AAStone) :)
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Lilywork Tiles
Lilywork Artisan Tile's Arabesque is called Praiano and will be carried at AA Stone
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Lilywork Tiles
Lilywork's Praiano Concept
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DIAspoton
ann sacks has one i believe it's called nottingham. for me it's like macrame. i'm just old enough to remember seeing it in older homes when i was a kid. they were dated then and i'm not anxious to see them roll around again.
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Lilywork Tiles
Right. They definitely have a specific place and can work for historic homes or depending on color and surface a contemporary space.
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Carolyn Albert-Kincl, ASID
I have certainly seen wood looking tiles, but not in that arabesque shape. I like the planks, not sure about the arabesque.
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