Angled surface: Dunes tiles from Island Stone

Island Stone introduced the Dunes series of subway tiles, which were sculpted with an offset angled surface, forming a flow of connected ridges reminiscent of wind-swept sand dunes. The tapering trapezoid relief dances across the wall surface, creating shadows while remaining contemporary and clean.

Two new colors—crystal white and typhoon grey—round out the line’s range, which also includes sandstone mint and sandstone ocean. Each color’s surface softens its geometric, sculptural design, creating a marble-like finish.

Dunes quarried stone’s wavy relief patterned tile comes meshed in a straight stack successively placed to create an exclusive finished surface. Each tile measures 7-1/2” by 11-3/4” and from 1/4” to 5/8” thick. While the tumbled natural stone designs are ideally installed with grout, they can also be installed dry stacked.

Photo credit: Island Stone

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