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Tile & Countertop: Aeon Concrete Floor Tiles from Ann Sacks

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Tile & Countertop: Aeon Concrete Floor Tiles from Ann Sacks

March 8, 2011

Spotted in a preview of April's Elle Decor (on newsstands March 15): a roundup of flooring ideas in the magazine's new What the Pros Know section on remodeling. We especially like this idea from NY-based architect Michael Gabellini of Gabellini Sheppard. "To give an existing floor the look of concrete, consider Aeon Concrete Tiles from Ann Sacks, available in a large format size that mimics the look of poured concrete."

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Above: Aeon Concrete Tiles from Ann Sacks are available in 18-by-36-inch rectangular tiles or in 24-by-24-inch square tiles. The tiles are available in a small range of neutral earth tones and will achieve a natural patina over time.

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