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Textile tiles bring refreshing change to home decors

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Aug '09
Latest innovation in the textile sector is the 'changing clouds installation'. Pieces of textile are attached with each other through rubber bands to create innovative interior designs. They can be used on the ceiling, hung from the ceiling, used on the floor near the stairs, or on the wall.

Textile tiles facilitate to create an interior according to our own preferences, and change them by rearranging the pattern to give a fresh new look to the rooms every now and then.

These fabrics come with pre-creased lines which allow the user to fold them like origami and create three dimensional structures. The tiles can be arranged, and rearranged within moments.

The tiles can be fabricated together with special rubber bands, and can be patterned and reconfigured according to one's own choice. Every component includes two lines that allow attempting artful means to create new patterns.

Available in two different fabrics, and in 7 colors, one can easily bring out the architect within oneself and create enormous permutations.

Textile tiles are an artistic expression of one's innovativeness. Presently, these tiles are seen in the racks of European outlets with a starting price of 285 Euros for a pack of eight tiles. The hanging system is also available separately.

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