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Tracey Reinberg : Kismet Tile

Kismet Tile, designed by Los Angeles based Tracey Reinberg, is the happy marriage of a long-standing obsession with inventive patterning and love for cement tiles – their colors, their patterns and the luminosity of their smooth compelling surfaces.
Tracey has a range of 65 colors to choose from many beautiful Moroccan made and geometrically-patterned cement tiles that can be combined in a virtually endless number of ways.

Featured here, the Overall Hexagon #8 tile collection in blue, used as kitchen floor in a house in Pasadena, California.

About : Since 1997, Tracey Reinberg worked with some of the most venerable names in the contract furnishings industry: Knoll, Maharam, Designtex, among others—providing impeccable motifs for their fabric and wallcovering lines. While living in the Southwest of France from 2008 to 2010, she was finally able to move forward with her long-held desire to produce a line of cement tile, a material with which she was familiar and had always admired from her childhood in San Antonio, where cement encaustic tile is widely used in the gorgeous Spanish Revival architecture so prevalent in the area.

Overall Hexagon #8 tiles in blue – Kitchen floor at O’Brien/Leaver House in Pasadena, California.

Kismet Tile is cement tile crafted according to traditional materials and methods but with bold, modern motifs. Tiles can be used for floors or walls, indoor and in some climates even out-of-doors. It’s suitable for residential use as well as high-traffic commercial installations, where it’s been used for years in Europe.

Photos © Kismet Tile

Thank you Tracey !

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