Unconventional Corset Tiles Adding Depth and Playfulness to Home Walls

Fun and original, the Corset Wall Tiles envisioned  by Canadian design and fabrication studio Arbutus+Denman are interior elements which create shadows, textures and patterns. By being offset from the wall, the Corset Wall Tiles add a layer of depth to any surface. Each tile features hand laced cord, a playful and fascinating looking features individualizing the project at the tile market.
We definitely appreciate the “out-of-the-box” approach in relation to this design. The tiles are produced in a regular square size is of 12 inches x 12 inches (30cm x 30cm), but custom styles and sizes is usually achieved. Cord colors are available white, black, blue, green, red and yellow. The patterns are truly impressive and go great with modern or traditional kitchen designs. We can’t help but wonder whether the cleaning process is as appealing because the product itself. [Photos and data provided via e-mail by Arbutus+Denman]

How to improve your Garden Furniture

Garden furniture compliment the beauty of the garden and makes the appearance of your garden more attracting. However, finding furniture that will keep its beauty and remain attracting after exposure to weather extremes and other related harsh outdoor conditions is very hard to achieve. Therefore, there is need to choose garden furniture with a lot of care. Some furniture can withstand harsh weather elements while other cannot. The ability of a furniture to withstand bad conditions and maintain its aesthetic appearance depend on the material of which it was made. The material used should not deteriorate after exposure to outdoor weather conditions.

One should also consider the quality of craftsmanship when buying garden furniture. The furniture should be properly assembled pieces so as to handle its aesthetic appeal in future. The furniture should be of great strength and stamina and made from quality material. This can be achieved by involving experts when buying the furniture. The expert should be there to inspect for signs of poorly manufactured furniture.