Simple encaustic designs join Indigenous’ intricate patterns
Twelve new tile designs have joined Indigenous’ Encaustics Range. Suitable for walls and floors, the designs span from a classical black and white Chess
Board tile, to 1960’s inspired patterns and simple, geometric effects. The tiles can be used to create a continuous pattern, patchwork effect or feature,
with four plain tiles also included in ivory, charcoal, black and concrete-effect.
All of the encaustic designs, which now total 33, are made by hand using traditional frames
and moulds. A mix including natural marble powder, cement and coloured pigments creates the surface pattern, above a sand and cement backing. Each
tile measures 200x200mm and a sealant prefinish creates an easy care surface.
“Encaustic tiles continue to be really popular, bringing some much needed colour and pattern to our homes. The popular Victorian, Moroccan and Cuban designs
are now being joined by more simple patterns, so there are endless options to suit all interior styles. Look out for modern retro patterns, curlicues
and loops, in single shades and single angular lines used to create diamond shapes,” explained Indigenous’ Founder and Designer, Joss Thomas.
To view the collection, please visit https://www.indigenous.co.uk/encaustic-tiles
To find out more, please contact Indigenous on tel. 01993 824200, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.indigenous.co.uk
For media information, samples and photography, please contact Angela Fitzhugh on tel. (01590) 622521 or email email@example.com
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