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February 26, 2014
With spring just around the corner, fresh green and eco-friendly tiles welcome the season, offering energy to any kitchen or bathroom space.

Instinct tile from the Lowitz & Company studio is made of stoneware clay and glazed with colored glass. Shown glazed in Moonlight, Shadow, Driftwood, Sunlight and Marigold, the tiles are long-lasting and can help projects qualify for LEED credits. 

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glass tiles bathroom

Available in 30 motifs and made from post-consumer recycled materials, Trend USA's FEEL collection has a design for every environment.

Originally appeared in 6 Must-Have Bath Accessories
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Handmade in Morocco by Popham Design, Hex Arrow tiles are created using a 150-year-old technique.

Originally appeared in How to Design with Hexagon Patterns
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Motawi Tileworks' Tree to Tree tiles provide a way to bring Charley Harper's drawings into your home.

Originally appeared in Charley Harper Tile by Motawi
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Half Hex Mix (shown here in fog) is part of Heath Ceramics' Dwell Pattern collection, produced with the help of Dwell's design team. 

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With Maruja Fuentes' Green Pocket Tiles, fresh herbs can grow year-round as they are insulated by kitchen or living room walls.

Originally appeared in Green Pocket Tiles
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It's not easy being green. Those wishing to design sustainably might consider cork mosaic tile by Habitus. Made from the waste of the cork bottle-stop industry, cork mosaic tile comes in over 100 colors.

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instinct tile myriad pattern

Instinct tile from the Lowitz & Company studio is made of stoneware clay and glazed with colored glass. Shown glazed in Moonlight, Shadow, Driftwood, Sunlight and Marigold, the tiles are long-lasting and can help projects qualify for LEED credits. 

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