Gulf Shores, AL (December 10, 2019) – As part of its mission to create signature custom looks and unique design elements for hospitality and residential projects, Villa Lagoon Tile has partnered with design-duo powerhouse, Dolores Suarez and Caroline Grant of Dekar Design to launch their first cement tile collection.
“Our inaugural collection with Villa Lagoon Tile was initially inspired by the connections to design we made visiting our favorite places in the Mediterranean,” Caroline Grant, co-founder, Dekar Design. “After we initially outfitted two of New York’s most beloved restaurants with tile designs representing interpretations of our travels, we believed the natural, artisan detail of Villa Lagoon Tile’s cement tile was the ideal way to help us revive the look for this official new collection.”
The Dekar Design collection—all inspired by and aptly named after Mediterranean cities— is available in four unique, hand-painted designs, including: Algiers, Ischia, Naples and Patmos. The Naples and Algiers collections are available in five colorways, while Ischia offers two variations. Patmos offers three different color options.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with Dekar Designs because of their distinct ability to invigorate the energy and character of any space through their design vision,” said Lundy Wilder, founder, Villa Lagoon Tile. “Dekar Design’s new collection allows for various configurations and is perfect for any designer who wants to add unique design flair to any hospitality project.”
These dynamic tiles are made to last: no printed-on color here. Similar to natural stone, each cement tile is unique with slight color variations, the sign of an artisan-made product. Installing cement tiles is similar to installing natural stone, with tighter grout lines and use of a sealant after the tiles are set.
The exclusive collection with Dekar Designs is available only through Villa Lagoon Tile. For more information, please visit https://www.villalagoontile.com/cement-tile/series/dekar/.
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