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Artistic Tile Introduces Penny Lane

Posted on 14 July 2021 by cradmin4

Artistic Tile has introduced six new colorways with its Penny Lane collection. The new colors are White, Vanilla Onyx, Nero, Azul Cielo, Pink and Green.

The new collection is suitable for graphic installations of two or more colorways, in color blocks or in stripes. Vanilla Onyx has a polished finish, while the other colorways are honed. Penny Lane is the company’s take on penny-round mosaics, elevated in Artistic fashion through the use of luxe natural stone and presented in a true penny size, in an offset pattern.

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New Ravenna Introduces Bright Young Things

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New Ravenna Introduces Bright Young Things

Posted on 03 April 2019 by cradmin

Quintin, a waterjet stone mosaic, shown in honed Argent Blue with Brass liners

New Ravenna, designer and manufacturer of mosaics for both residential and commercial installations, introduced Bright Young Things, a collection of 26 mosaics in stone and glass with shell, brass, aluminum, and zinc accents. The Bright Young Things collection was inspired by the exuberant and glamorous British aristocrats and socialites of the 1920’s. It was a time that saw the emergence of art deco, jazz, and a bohemian spirit in literature, photography, and theatre. The collection introduces two new finishes; the leather worn surface of Orpheus Black stone seen in Beaton, Lya, and Lytton. And the hand sanded metals in Huxley, which create a velvet texture with brilliant shine. The honed Orchid glazed Basalto of Evelyn reveals sparkling geode inclusions. Cubist influences are found in Bismarck, Eliot, and Harper, while the organic floral textiles of the period inspired Chloe, Eleanor, Rosamond, Sybil, and Zita. Geometric rivets, tufting, beading, prisms and facets are characteristics of style modern embellishments and have been replicated in Byron, Essex, Lawrence, Belen and Yorke. Quintin is a Jazz Age interpretation of subway tile with brass or zinc liners. Tennant, Lombard and Lucet are a geometric Deco pottery motifs. Whistler and Loelia are reminiscent of softer textile patterns, that flow with the elegance of a brushstroke.

Cean Irminger, creative director of New Ravenna, says of the collection, “It’s been almost 100 years since the Bright Young Things Charleston-ed their way into the media and eventually history books, living life to the fullest as England’s “it crowd” and contributing one of the most glamorous eras of the design pantheon. It feels like we are once again on the brink of a giant cultural and aesthetic shift with the youth of today poised to shake things up and rewrite all of the norms. Inspired by the brilliant bohemian spirit of those 1920’s darlings, we created our Bright Young Things collection. We referenced Art Deco style, while creating something totally unexpected and modern. Our design team visited all of the aspects of the era, from fashion to lighting, architecture to illustration. Patterns are named after a “Bright Young” person, and each has a distinct personality, brimming with possibility and brio.

Iris Glazed Basalto

These colorful characters gave us the perfect opportunity to introduce our gorgeous new and exclusive stone, Glazed Basalto. The basalt’s natural geode inclusions show through a hand applied glaze, giving a textured, shifting jewel-hued range reminiscent of dyed velvets. When honed, the material has an organic raw edge while holding onto its color, and the geodes add a flash of diamond-like sparkle from within a matte field. It truly is a versatile, unique, and stunning addition to our material family, and a perfect way to capture the bon vivant spirit of this collection.”

Bright Young Things and all other New Ravenna products are available at New Ravenna showrooms throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Russia, and Dubai.

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New Ravenna Introduces Jardins Francais Collection

Posted on 12 July 2017 by cradmin

Jardin des Tuileries in polished Thassos, Bardiglio, and Carrara

New Ravenna introduced Jardins Français, a collection of mosaics designed by Caroline Beaupere. The mosaics are handcrafted in Virginia from combinations of natural stone, brass, aluminum, glass and shell. Beaupere’s Jardins Français collection was inspired by the formal gardens of France, from their ornate ironwork to their intricate symmetry.

The variety of materials represent the four seasons, and the subtle shifts of Mediterranean light. Winter is represented by a brisk tonal white and grey in Jardin de Villandry; Spring is enlivened by luminescent shell used in Fleur de Lys; vivid summer light glows in a Monet blue glass in Jardin de Giverny; and it is the brass in Jardin de Versailles that emulates the golden hues of Fall.

Each pattern can be fully customized with the client’s material preferences to fit the scope of any commercial or residential project. Every mosaic in the Jardins Français collection can be installed indoors or out, on floors or walls. The collection is available at New Ravenna throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Russia, and Dubai.

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MSI Announces New Marketing Innovation Center

Posted on 16 June 2017 by cradmin

unnamed (1)MSI recently announced the opening of a new, state-of-the-art marketing innovation center for its national marketing & merchandising team. Growth of the team, company-wide expansion, and an enhanced focus on marketing and merchandising prompted development of the Atlanta facility.

The Center houses MSI’s marketing, trend and design, web, digital and social media, merchandising, and channel-focused teams. With MSI’s continual growth in mind, the site was built to accommodate and is one of the largest facilities of its kind.

Several design elements have been incorporated, including the extensive use of glass, high efficiency LED lighting, and abundant natural light. Casual seating has been made available for impromptu meetings, and a training room is available for planned events such as conferences. MSI flooring, countertops, decorative mosaics and wall tiles, as well as hardscaping products are used extensively throughout the Center, both highlighting the brand’s versatility and allowing company associates to get hands-on with a breadth of MSI products.

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Artaic Expands SPLASH! Collection

Posted on 03 May 2017 by cradmin

Artaic Innovative Mosaic, designers and fabricators of custom mosaic tile-work, introduced two mosaic patterns to its exclusive collection SPLASH! Now comprised of 10, free-flowing, textured mosaic patterns, SPLASH! was inspired by the movements of water and surrounding landscapes. rift-blog

The new designs, Rift and Serene, and new colorways personify SPLASH!’s oceanic style. Cloudburst, Immersion, Carbonation, Breach, Deluge, Shoreline, Rising tide and Percolate comprise the original collection. Ten patterns and more than 50 color combinations are now available.

SPLASH! incorporates Artaic’s vitreous glass. Two size options are available; the 3/8 in. size offers higher resolution for smaller projects and 3/4 in. provides a lower price-point for larger projects.

The designs are versatile and can be placed anywhere from an accent wall to the floor of a lobby. The collection creates an array of options for both residential and commercial applications, indoors and out.

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New Ravenna Introduces Legend Mosaic Collection

Posted on 29 March 2017 by cradmin

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Augustine, a hand-cut stone mosaic, shown in hand-chopped tumbled Calacatta Tia and Nero Marquina.

New Ravenna introduced Legend, a collection of seven mosaics designed by Sara Baldwin Design and Paul Schatz. The textural mosaics are handcrafted in Virginia from combinations of natural stone that have been tumbled, polished and hand chopped. The Legend collection was inspired by ancient textiles, woven to reflect the wonders of geological and cultural landscapes. The subtle palette of colors is determined by the organic qualities of the stone.

Each pattern can be fully customized with the client’s material preferences to fit the scope of any commercial or residential project. Every mosaic in the Legend Collection can be installed indoors or out, on floors or walls. The collection is available at New Ravenna showrooms throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Russia, and Dubai.

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Daltile Introduces New Marble Tile

Posted on 03 April 2013 by cradmin

Daltile now offers First Snow Elegance marble tile. as part of its Marble Collection. The natural stone tile, which is part of the Marble Collection, has a pure white color with little movement. In a field tile polished finished it is available in 12- by 24-in., 18- by 18-in., 12- by 12-in and 3- by 6-in. sizes. In a field tile tumbled finish it comes in 6- by 6-in, 4- by 4-in. and 3- by 6-in. sizes. In a field tile honed finish it is available in 12- by 12-in and 3- by 6-in. It is also available in mosaic tiles.

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