Tri by Slate-ish is a Collection of Laminates that are Eco and Stylish

By: Meghan Young - Published: Sep 18, 2014 • References: slate-ish & fancy
The recycled paper tile designed by Slate-ish, a company based in Nebraska, is a great alternative for those who are conscious of the environment. Made out of Richlite and Paperstone, the materials have been repurposed in a useful and chic way. Taking on a triangular shape, each recycled paper tile is different to the process of crafting them.

What makes the recycled paper tile particularly special is that they could pass for slate. Available in five colors (black, charcoal gray, light gray, sand and a pale beige), the recycled paper tiles are perfect for any home, traditional or modern. They are lightweight, durable and easy to install, qualities that anyone can appreciate, even artists and popup shops. Stats for Recycled Paper Tiles Trending: Older & Warm
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