It seems surprising that kitchen tiles can be made from waste paper that can compete at the same level against any other stone or ceramic tile.
This project, designed by Key, shows a kitchen island type covered almost entirely in small tiles in different shades of brown, gray, blue and black. This material made of 100% recycled paper, oil-free and composed of natural pigments and environmentally friendly resins, demonstrates that a material as vulnerable as a sheet of paper can achieve a firm and resistant element , able to keep for years and also with an important aesthetic component.
It is a tile from the PaperStone brand, a LEED certified product, it gives an excellent finish, it is firm and resistant to humidity and cuts, the edges are rounded, which expands the variety of uses and finishes. Material that meets the needs of today, such as respect for the environment, durability and good design.