Tesselle, a provider of exclusive cement tile and breeze block products, is excited to announce the launch of their latest collection, Grotta Cement Tiles. Inspired by the enchanting water in Grotta Azzurra, an underlit cave in Capri, Italy, these handmade tiles are a unique addition to any space, adding depth with their brilliant blue hues.
Karin Jeske, the founder and owner of Tesselle, is a textile designer who uses her expertise and specialized software to create modern designs using to be applied to the traditional medium of handmade cement tiles. The Tesselle Grotta Cement Tiles offer endless layout possibilities, ranging from repeating geometric designs to a continuous pattern that mimics the randomness of water in nature.
The Grotta collection comes in two colorways, the vivid blue hues inspired by the water in Grotta Azzurra, and Nebbia, which imagines what the water would look like on a cloudy day. The handmade nature of these tiles ensures that each tile has its own unique personality, and the durability of cement ensures that your space will retain its beauty for years to come.
“One of the things I love about these tiles is their versatility. You can create so many different patterns and layouts, and each one will have its own unique character. It’s like having a piece of nature in your space,” added Karin Jeske.
You can use Tesselle Grotta Cement Tiles for both residential and commercial applications. You can also install them on walls or floors, indoors or outdoors.
“Tesselle’s purpose is to experience the joy, with our customers, of bringing bold and beautiful design to the built environment, and the new Grotta collection fulfills this promise in a brand-new way,” said Karin Jeske.
Founded in 2012, Tesselle is a leading provider of exclusive cement tile and breeze block products, offering a wide range of options for both residential and commercial applications. Tesselle carries over 100,000 square feet of product in stock for immediate delivery. Additionally, you can customize their products in small production runs.