Salvatori Stone Tatami
Designer Piero Lissoni captures the transcendent look and feel of the Japanese art of Tatami, traditional woven mats of soft rush renown for their distinctive texture and feel underfoot.
Here, however, the aesthetic coup is that the wallcoverings are not fabric but rather tiles, “reinterpreted in a selection of stones that echo the natural tones of the rush and cotton traditionally used.”
The Tatami tiles look exactly like the traditional mats yet offer a resilience that makes them an excellent choice for bathrooms and kitchens, as seen below where the Tatami tiles offer their own distinctive note in this textural symphony of a bathroom.
Salvatori’s Stone Tatami is available in three earthy shades (Bianco Carrara, Crema d’Orcia Select, and Silk Georgette) and one that is jet black: the mysterious and alluring Pietra d’Avola.
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