Tex or six ways to love rhombus tiles
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The Tex collection from Mutina was designed to add texture and originality to your rooms. The kitchen in La Maison Tanguay 2019 is a good example (see photo). With a lozenge shape, eight colours, and varied patterns, different types of poses are possible to create visual effects rich in colours. Here are 6 ways to arrange it.
1 – In a rhombus shape, Tex porcelain gives off a third dimension effect like cubic boxes. It is possible to perceive hexagons between the lines of this pattern. With rich textures and colour variations, the 3D effect is highlighted. In 2020, colour gradients in this pattern are trending.
2 – This pattern seemingly taken straight from the stars is actually the rhombus shape in a different angle. This type of pose takes advantage of the texture variations of the Tex porcelain, and the starred effect makes a romantic finish to your decor.
3 – The chevron pose is slowly becoming a classic look providing awe to any interior. Composed of inverted V’s, it is simple and minimalist. This geometric pose displays perfectly the aesthetic of a Scandinavian decor where simplicity dominates.
4 – When Tex is posed in lines, it reminds a stack of diamonds. The retro inspiration of this look is even more distinct where the tiles are checkered. Depending on the space available and the look desired, this assortment can be horizontal or vertical.
5 – The lozenges can also be posed in bricks. This look, as vintage as the last, has special traits that make the decor seems alive. The abstract fashion gets its inspiration from the subway tile in a bolder version, in inclined mode. Stacking can follow one diagonal or alternate between a diagonal and the other for two versions of the same look.
6 – The pursuit of originality has led to this pose ideal for larger surfaces that allows appreciating the pattern in its whole. The regularity is seen on a larger number of repetition and reminisces of cubic art. The graphic and fantasist shapes have their place in a natural decor as well as an eclectic one, visionary with a mix of colours or, for modern and effortless decor, with a more sober palette.
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