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Tube Station Tiles by Deborah Bowness

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Tube station tiles Deborah Bownes

It's not the first time we've seen tiles inspired by the Tube recently (think of Fired Earth's London Underground collection, for example), but Deborah Bowness's Tube Station Tiles come with a significant difference – they're made from paper. 

The tiles are part of her new Standards collection. Like her main collection, which we've featured many times before, these are trompe l'oeil prints reproducing realistic looking photographs of objects. The main difference is that this new range is machine, rather than handprinted, making it more affordable. 

These tiles are available in panels 52cm high by 140cm long, and come in a number of colours. There is the white pictured, for the most realistic option, or grey, blue or yellow. They're shown above with another of Bowness's pieces – her Kitchen cupboard paste

The tiles are available for £39 for a panel. 

Order it from Lifestyle Bazaar

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