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Inspired by Andy Warhol’s famous screened art, UonUon is a glazed porcelain tile collection that features dynamic colors in a variety of wood patterns.

Glazed Porcelain Tile

Glazed Porcelain Tile

Glazed Porcelain Tile

Like the look, or not so much? Speak out in the comments below!


Floor & Wall

10 Responses

  1. Amy says:

    I love the wood pattern trend – I've seen amazing wallpaper, wall decals, rugs, and more all representing the woodgrain style. I just love how it looks. Check out a few awesome woodgrain styled items here – http://www.purehome.com/shop/index.php/catalogsea…. The cup is my favorite!

  2. Regina says:

    Those stairs look fantastic.

  3. Meridith says:

    Unique tile and I like it a lot.

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  5. Mark B. says:

    I like the look, especially the s teps.

  6. Miss Dynamite says:

    The stairs work really well.

  7. Caroll says:

    Those step tiles are fantastic. I haven't seen something so unusual and infused with color in a very long time.


  8. Kma says:

    YES! It is fun and new.!
    The Kardashians were once fun and new as well.
    Interesting to look at but WHO would want to live with one?
    Everything unusual becomes common very quickly!
    It is a high price to pay for something that you will want to replace before it wears out.
    Smile! xo

  9. Mae Brooks says:

    It's like the famille verte style. It's just that the style here were placed into stairs/walls and ceilings. I love how it is designed in it. Very trendy.

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