May 24, 2018 // Design

CLÉ TILE HAS PARTNERED WITH ESKAYEL FOR A super-COOL NEW TILE COLLECTION

Fans of Brooklyn-based Eskayel’s patterns will be thrilled to know they’ve teamed up with the equally-hip Clé Tile for an exclusive collection that will make you want to redo your entire home. Featuring eight of Eskayel’s most iconic patterns, each cement tile is available in its designated colorway AND a black-and-white version, which is great news for the color-phobes among us.

The collection took a full five years to bring to fruition, after Eskayel founder Shanan Campanaro contacted Clé to discuss working together. Working with Eskaeyel was no mean feat for Clé’s expert tile makers, who masterfully replicated Eskayel’s gorgeous patterns for the cement and sand tiles.

Scroll down for a selection of styles, with more on Cletile.com which also happens to be where the collection is exclusively available.

CLÉ TILE HAS PARTNERED WITH ESKAYEL FOR A super-COOL NEW TILE COLLECTION

The Bali stripe tile is inspired by wood carvings in the Bali markets, $17.50 per sq ft

 

 

CLÉ TILE HAS PARTNERED WITH ESKAYEL FOR A super-COOL NEW TILE COLLECTION

The Biami tile was inspired by the face paint of an Amazon tribe that has never had contact with western civilization, $17.50 per sq ft

CLÉ TILE HAS PARTNERED WITH ESKAYEL FOR A super-COOL NEW TILE COLLECTION

The Akimbo was inspired by a rug and apropros here it is looking fly as a floor, $17.50 per sq ft

CLÉ TILE HAS PARTNERED WITH ESKAYEL FOR A super-COOL NEW TILE COLLECTION

This blue beauty is also part of  the Akimbo collection, inspired by a vintage rug found at a sidewalk sale, $17.50 per sq ft

CLÉ TILE HAS PARTNERED WITH ESKAYEL FOR A super-COOL NEW TILE COLLECTION

The Omaha Kinship tile, $47.50 per sq ft,  was inspired by the Kwoma tribe in Papua New Guinea.

CLÉ TILE HAS PARTNERED WITH ESKAYEL FOR A super-COOL NEW TILE COLLECTION

The Omaha kinship tile in blue, as a backsplash, $47.50 per sq ft

CLÉ TILE HAS PARTNERED WITH ESKAYEL FOR A super-COOL NEW TILE COLLECTION

How beautiful is this Areca palm tile? This pattern is indigenous to the region where the Kwoma tribe comes from, $17.50 per sq ft

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