Is It Real, Wallpaper, Or Tile? The Answers

Is It Real, Wallpaper, Or Tile? The Answers

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Dabney Frake
Oct 15, 2015

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1. This is actually 3D porcelain tile from Atlas Concorde from their Etic Pro line.

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2. It's real marble from my kitchen island.

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3. This is concrete wallpaper, from Piet Boon.

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4. The answer is ceramic tile from Norway Wood Collection from Serenissima.

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5. Once again, it's tile. Del Conca created this product that's lighter than actual brick, and look! the bend is built into the tile, so the edges are groutless.

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6. This porcelain tile, called Revival, is engineered by Ergon as part of their Metal Style Series and is designed to look like oxidized metal.

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7. This is Scallop wallpaper, in ivory, from Walls Republic.

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8. This is oxidized metal, from the hearth under my woodstove.

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9. This time it's tile. Specifically it's Naive from Lea Ceramiche. You can order large super-thin slabs that are more reminiscent of wallpaper strips than regular ceramic tiles.

How'd you do? Were you surprised by any of the answers?

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