All About Texture: Brush Tile

All About Texture: Brush Tile

Created as a stylish solution for architects and designers looking to add texture to interior and exterior spaces, Brush Tile manufactures fiber-filled tiles. The product capitalizes on the heritage of Braun Brush, a family-owned brushmaking business began in Brooklyn in 1875: “The Brush Tile expands from this knowledge into architecture and design to bring credence to how unlike alliances can produce beneficial solutions.”

Textured Tile Holds the Fiber Strands of a Brush

All About Texture: Brush Tile

Brush Tile offers the beauty of a finely made brush, as well as the variety. Available with natural, synthetic, transparent, and custom fibers, Brush Tile can be soft or hard, bright or subtle. Fiber thickness and color depend on the client’s needs. Brush Tile comes in a standard 12-inch squares (11.875” x 11.875”) or in custom sizes.

All About Texture: Brush Tile
All About Texture: Brush Tile

For walls and ceilings, Brush Tile “creates a sense of depth and color, texture and nuance.” And it helps with sound absorption as well, although it was not originally developed as acoustical tile. The dramatic texture and sound qualities make Brush Tile a good choice for contract spaces, especially hospitality and corporate venues.

About the Manufacturer: Brush Tile manufactures fiber-filled, textured tile. Created by Braun Brush, a family-owned, brushmaking business started in 1875 in Brooklyn, Brush Tile capitalizes on the company’s extensive knowledge of natural and synthetic fibers. Brush Tile works on a variety of surfaces, provides sound absorption, and may contribute to LEED points.

Posted January 6, 2014 by Alicita Rodriguez

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