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New Antiqued Decorative Tiles from Tabarka Studio Give You More Reasons to Stare at the Wall

New Antiqued Decorative Tiles from Tabarka Studio Give You More Reasons to Stare at the Wall

Already Known for their Jaw-Dropping Patterns and Old World Look, Tabarka Studio Continues to Push the Envelope by Incorporating New Materials into their Signature Glazed Terra Cotta Tiles. The New 2011 Collections will be on Display for the First Time at the Coverings Trade Show in Las Vegas, March 14-17.

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) March 7, 2011

Tabarka Studio will expand their interior design repertoire into new directions with the release of new tile collections at the Coverings trade show in Las Vegas. New offerings include geometric patterns, textured relief clay bodies, and in-laid metallic accents, all of them utilizing their signature patina glaze and terra cotta clay body.

“The annual Coverings trade show has traditionally been a great place to put your finger on the pulse of new tile trends, and we're excited to use this platform to introduce new lines. We are proud of what we have produced thus far, and excited to expand in this new direction,” says owner and founder, Meir Zenati.

The new collections will allow Tabarka Studio to broaden their traditional offerings by speaking to a contemporary market, and yet not stray too far from the look they are known for. They continue a tradition of innovation which saw the introduction last year of a new glazing method which made their tiles more durable for showers and residential flooring.

“We have received very positive feedback from the few who have seen prototypes of the new collections. It is both very humbling and encouraging, because we work with some of the most talented designers in the industry.”

For additional information or to become a dealer, visit http://www.tabarkastudio.com or call (480) 968-3999.

About Tabarka Studio:

Tabarka Studio is a manufacturer and wholesaler of decorative terra cotta tiles based in Scottsdale, AZ. Originally founded in 2000, the company has transitioned from its origins as a furniture and pottery maker, and adapted their unique glazing process to a full range of terra cotta tiles. Their product mix includes traditional and original patterns inspired by locales from the Mediterranean regions of Morocco, Southern Europe, and the Middle East. Their tiles can be found in fine tile showrooms across the United States.

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