Mestiza Bejmat, as part of the Zellige iconic Moorish trend, is considered an art in itself. With significant influence on western decoration, the process has not varied for millennia.
Dated from the X century, Bejmat was typically rectangular shaped and used as a paving stone. Initially in white and terracotta colors only. The XIV century was enriched with a vibrant palette.
Maintaining the original concept while rethinking the design for a modern market, the line features 9 shaded colors and two shapes to dress entrances, patios, fireplaces, countertops, backsplashes, pools, and any living space.
The Matte finish Biscuit and Cotto colors are suitable for Commercial flooring with a slip coefficient of .42. The glossy colors do not meet the same standard however can be used as an accent or on the walls.
This collection reproduces traditional hand-made tiles with dimensional differences between pieces (variable lengths and widths) This is part of the intended aesthetic.
It is advised to adjust each piece during installation instead of spacers. These differences give character, a craftsman feel, and a high aesthetic value.