Inspired by the elegance of ancient Damask cloth, this water jet cut pattern offers striking patterning in a tonal colorway, translating the beauty of fine textiles to the permanence of natural stone.
Bring art and design into your space with Artistic Tile, Oregon Tile & Marble's luxury tile, stone and mosaics collection. This line offers endless options ranging from glass, natural stone, porcelain and many innovative waterjet mosaics.
Beautiful hand-carved stone patterns inspired by nature and brought to life by master craftsman in India using traditional techniques.
Named for the Doge Palace, the fabulous home of the Dukes of Venice who ruled the republic during the height of its power, our Doge mosaic draws from the Cosmati style of opus sectile, or “cut work,” that originated in Rome before the Renaissance.
Intricately carved, evoking windswept desert sands, Dune combines the latest technology in natural stone surfaces with Italian artistry and hand finishing. Light plays upon the carved and ridged surface creating dramatic architecture across the wall.
Duomo, a proprietary waterjet pattern from Artistic Tile, is styled after the floors of Italy’s majestic cathedrals. Duomo is a clean, modern rendition of their soaring aesthetic.
The circle, a symbol of infinity, never fails to provide lasting style. Effervescence pattern is a random grouping of various-sized circles, in clean and bright glass and stone. Neutrals in both warm and cool tones, Effervescence colorways calm your space. Pairing easily with whites and beiges, use Effervescence to activate a neutral interior.
Step it up with varying depths of stone mosaics in the Elevations collection. Available in honed Grey Foussana limestone, Pacific Honey Gold onyx and Thassos marble.
Intertwining, intermixing, intoxicating. Elysium Garden juxtaposes classic vines and leaves with a touch of elegant symmetry. Inspired by the great aesthetic of William Morris, now updated and tailored to a more modern lifestyle, this cutting edge waterjet incorporates positive and negative in a totally new way.
Embers takes its inspiration from Shou Sugi Ban 焼杉板, an ancient Japanese exterior siding technique that preserves wood by charring it. The process involves charring the wood, cooling it, cleaning it, and finishing it with a natural oil.