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What a corker

If you thought Cork tiles went out in 1981 with the Austin Maxi, think again! Yes, just as ‘baggy’s back’, Havwoods has completely reinvented cork to make PiP love it even if it isn’t attached to a bottle of wine. Add to that the fact that the material can be harvested from the same tree for 200 years and is a natural sound and heat insulator – vagaries of fickle fashion notwithstanding – what’s not to like? The 3D Cork collection, with a highly textured raised-pattern finish, is available in three signature designs: Giza, Moso and Reyes and 150mm or 300mm square tile formats. Time to crack open a bottle methinks…

 

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