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First - Our Website! Since we specialize in historic hand made materials and have a showroom showcasing all our materials installed and grouted - of course we made gorgeous Zellige tile boards. Our Zellige Tile Boards are photographed by us and are front and center on each Zellige tile color product page. This means the use of our website is am amazing tool to view color and texture of all our Zellige tiles. Each Zellige tile color is photographed close up, hand-held and also paired with specific images to communicate color and best pairing with our antiqued or aged tile, wood and stone materials.
Read The COLOR ANALYSIS of each Zellige tile color found on their respective product pages. As an artist and designer, I wrote descriptive explanations of each color and also describe which materials of our reclaimed or aged tile, wood and stone marry with which Zellige color the best. Finally, I comment on the various interior design styles that embrace Zellige + our Historic Decorative Materials.
Request of a Quick Video of a Zellige tile board emailed personally to you.
If purchasing a wood, stone or terra cotta floor, the 4 box minimum will be waived to purchase a 1 box minimum to view 11 SF of Zellige in your home.
Read my in-depth blog to understand how Zellige tile is made, to give a better perspective of this historically authentic hand glazed and hand cut decorative wall tile.
Why Purchase Zellige from Historic Decorative Materials
Zellige tile making is a tradition that is revered and a process that requires many skilled hands. Importing directly from Fes, Morocco, Zellige Tiles require relationships made of trust and time. Cultural differences need to be respected. François understands these nuances and has established the bond necessary to bring Historic Decorative Materials our own hand cut authentic Moroccan Zellige Tile. As a direct importer of Zellige, quality control is of the upmost importance. Only highly skilled artisans hand craft our Zellige using the famous Moroccan Miocene gray clay following classical traditions from centuries ago, all fabricated in Fes, Morocco.
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