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Concrete & Metal Tiles By Decotal

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Have you ever wondered what would the combination of metal and concrete in a furnishing object look like? Adi Fainer, creative mind behind the Decotal company has envisioned the project of combining both of these materials to produce unique and beautiful tiles for the interior. Did we catch your attention? Because if we didn’t there is much more to that creative design.

Unique Metal & Concrete Tiles

Decotal Tiles

Amazing Tiles By Decotal

Well, technology and interior design doesn’t stop amazing us, right? Israel-based and Italia-schooled Adi Fainer has presented his amazing creative tiles that he made from a combination of metal and concrete. First of all, just look at these beautiful tiles, they truly look like pieces of art, don’t they?

Secondly, Fainer has laser cut metal to create whimsical patterns that were later on cast in the engineered concrete. But wait, there is more to it. Some metal plating pieces include chrome-nickel, anodized aluminum and titanum, while others are made from Silver and 24K Gold. That is quite impressive, don’t you think? The trick of the collection is the unique blend of materials where the cold shiny metal is contrasted against warm porous concrete.

Of course such beautiful indoor feature is handmade from special engineered polymer concrete that requires no maintenance and can come in a wide variety of hues. The metal engravings are also limitless in design, as practically any pattern can be replicated and custom made.

At present there are mostly geometric prints, however, there also some limited florals also available. The tiles can be pre-ordered and made to fit practically any space. The tiles as you see are a find for those who like to have a designer furnished interior. Pretty impressive, don’t you think? Would you like to have the beautiful tiles from Decotal?

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  1. Mike@BELK Tile
    June 20, 2013 at 12:27 pm

    This is just truly amazing! Having the metal accent in the tile is nice to add some design flair to the project. I wonder about the maintenance and upkeep on the metal accents? Would I be able to clean ans easily like a standard tile floor?