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Cassette Deco by Clayhaus

The record has resurrected, and with the help of Clayhaus, the cassette tape might also experience a renaissance. Cassette Deco is a replica of a beloved object—and a way to celebrate a bygone era.

Clayhaus founder Jason Coleman wanted to blend his “two biggest passions—tile and music”—and the result is Cassette Deco, which is fast becoming synonymous with the brand.

A beautiful representation of the cassette tape so ubiquitous in the 1980s, Cassette Deco tiles are nonetheless easy to install, given their rectangular shape.

Made in Portland, Oregon, Cassette Deco tiles come in a wide array of colors, including pop art favorites like red-orange Fiesta and blue-green Peacock, as well as modern neutrals like Granite and Slab. Combine warm, cool, or neutral hues for a kaleidoscopic effect or go for a monochromatic look.

Get more information by visiting www.clayhaustile.com.
Posted October 31st, 2017 by Alicita Rodriguez


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