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Kitchen and Bath Trend: Nature

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Nature ruled at KBIS/IBS 2014—we saw everything from petrified wood surfaces to tiles made from real fruits and vegetables. Here are a few earthly finds from the show floor.
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  New tiles by Tony Davlin for Ann Sacks are made from ultra-thin slices of fruits and vegetables pressed between sheets of glass. Here, the carrot tile from the line, called Market.

    New tiles by Tony Davlin for Ann Sacks are made from ultra-thin slices of fruits and vegetables pressed between sheets of glass. Here, the carrot tile from the line, called Market.

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  Davlin's gourd tile for Ann Sacks.

    Davlin's gourd tile for Ann Sacks.

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  Blue Dolomite from Ann Sacks is a marble-like stone with a lovely blue-gray tone.

    Blue Dolomite from Ann Sacks is a marble-like stone with a lovely blue-gray tone.

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  Kohler's color swatches included Thunder, Caviar, Ember, and Sea Salt.

    Kohler's color swatches included Thunder, Caviar, Ember, and Sea Salt.

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  Caesarstone, who teamed up Bosch and Thermador on a stunning booth, fashioned a backsplash from Red Tiger Eye.

    Caesarstone, who teamed up Bosch and Thermador on a stunning booth, fashioned a backsplash from Red Tiger Eye.

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  A cross-section of petrified wood from Caesarstone.

    A cross-section of petrified wood from Caesarstone.

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  Cambria juxtaposed large slabs of stone with a laser-cut installation reminiscent of sea coral.

    Cambria juxtaposed large slabs of stone with a laser-cut installation reminiscent of sea coral.

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  On the builders' side, Brown Jordan and Ecosmart Fire teamed up on a new fire pit that runs on corn-based ethanol.

    On the builders' side, Brown Jordan and Ecosmart Fire teamed up on a new fire pit that runs on corn-based ethanol.

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