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If I ever have concrete steps outside my house....Love the look of these patterned tiles on the steps!

If I ever have concrete steps outside my house....Love the look of these patterned tiles on the steps!

Can't get enough of this brand! Tabarka. This tile is a lot of things I love -reminiscent of mid-century design, a bit rustic, a lil' Mexican feel. I'm into it.

Can't get enough of this brand! Tabarka. This tile is a lot of things I love -reminiscent of mid-century design, a bit rustic, a lil' Mexican feel. I'm into it.

Tile stairs... a great starting point for an eclectic interior, this is from an old home in Instanbul

Tile stairs... a great starting point for an eclectic interior, this is from an old home in Instanbul

Turkish Art and Design part of the larger tradition of the Islamic ceramic art. [Floral (hatayi) designs]

Turkish Art and Design part of the larger tradition of the Islamic ceramic art. [Floral (hatayi) designs]

Ottoman Turkey or Syria. A stone paste tile, the very pale green ground decorated in underglaze cobalt-blue, turquoise and bole red with lotus heads midway on each side all around a central pair of swirled saz leaves. First half of the 16thcentury

Ottoman Turkey or Syria. A stone paste tile, the very pale green ground decorated in underglaze cobalt-blue, turquoise and bole red with lotus heads midway on each side all around a central pair of swirled saz leaves. First half of the 16thcentury

TWO OTTOMAN BLUE AND WHITE TILES, TURKEY OR SYRIA, LATE 16TH CENTURY each of rectangular form, decorated in cobalt blue, with issuing sprays of saz leaves, tulips, carnations and rosettes

TWO OTTOMAN BLUE AND WHITE TILES, TURKEY OR SYRIA, LATE 16TH CENTURY each of rectangular form, decorated in cobalt blue, with issuing sprays of saz leaves, tulips, carnations and rosettes

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