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  • LaLa Garnish

    Lapicida’s Jones geometric floor tiles are inspired by 18th-century examples-(With rustic door and house, Powder Room?)

  • Rini Kundu

    Lapicida’s Jones geometric floor tiles for entrance hall

  • Yolee

    Lapicida’s Jones geometric floor tiles are inspired by 18th-century examples. love the door!

  • Hunter Western

    Interesting floor pattern. / #floor #geometric

  • Katya S.

    CLASSICAL DESIGN ELEMENTS; OPTICAL ILLUSIONS; TEXTURE; BASIC BLACK, GRAY, BROWN, WHITE COLOR PALETTE -- Incredible combo of marbled wall design & geometric tiles. Op-art effect so striking!! || Lapicida’s Jones geometric floor tiles are inspired by 18th-century examples @Architectural Digest

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