The teak grain is visible on the tiles, which come in several stains and shapes, including hexagon, herringbone and chevron. "The wood is taken from buildings being taken down for new construction," said Jared Becker, vice president of design and marketing for Walker Zanger. "They're already cured, because they've been exposed to the elements for 75 or 100 years."
Macmillan Amies Studio Mosaic tiles The shapes are of: Maple, oak and other leaf shapes; frogs, butterflies and dragonflies; custom tile shapes. The can be used on floors and walls, indoor/outdoor. Mosaics can be made to fit virtually any space