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Sustainable Materials Introduces Cork Wall Décor Product

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BOULDER, COLO.—Sustainable Materials introduces Pattern Tiles, a wall décor innovation. Pattern Tiles are three-dimensional pieces of natural, renewable cork cut into patterns that allow the color of the wall on which they are applied to show through. With an intriguing variety of organic, geometric, classical and techno designs, Pattern Tiles instantly transform the look of a room. Imported from Portugal, and pre-finished in a selection of 12 fashion-forward colors, Pattern Tiles are available in nine large-pattern motif styles and two smaller, mixed-pattern, multi-color mosaics.

“Traditionally, to dramatically change a room, you had to re-paint the walls or put up wallpaper. No more,” said Pete Nichols, President, Sustainable Materials, LLC. “Applying Pattern Tiles to even just one wall creates an accent with a distinctive pattern, interesting texture, and a complementary or contrasting color. Self-adhesive and easy to apply, Pattern Tiles express the individual’s personal inspiration.”

Manufactured on high precision industrial machines in sustainably harvested, rapidly renewable cork, a premium sustainable material for exceptional interior design and lifestyle products, Pattern Tiles are part of the Muratto Cork Wall Design Collection from Portugal. Available in the United States and Canada exclusively from Sustainable Materials, LLC, Muratto represents the fulfillment of more than 20 years of European design and manufacturing of fashionable interior finished products skillfully crafted in natural cork.

“Pattern Tiles are designed to add greater visual interest and impact on interior walls with the painted wall color as background,” said Vasco Barros, Managing Director of Muratto. “The motif styles emphasize shapes—some bold, some subtle—that reflect a variety of organic, geometric and classical themes. The mosaics recall ancient, hand-crafted tiles, re-imagined and reinvented for today.”

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