Combination of patterns: Parterre collection by New Ravenna Mosaics

New Ravenna introduced the Parterre collection, inspired by the formal gardens of Renaissance Europe. The 18 patterns, designed by Sara Baldwin and Paul Schatz, are handcrafted in natural stone, glass, shell, ceramic and aluminum. Including a combination of geometric, floral and Arabesque patterns, the Parterre collection includes designs like Jardin, looking lush in polished Verde Luna; Maxwell with its ovals, squares and diamonds; and Abigail, which has a feminine pattern of ornamental scrolls and lines.

All mosaics in the Parterre collection can be used on vertical and horizontal surfaces. The patterns also work indoors and outdoors.

New Ravenna Mosaics works with architects and interior designers to create custom mosaic tile for homes, stores, restaurants and businesses. The company is based in Exmore, Virginia.

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