ODM Kalamkari Art
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ODM Kalamkari Art

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About ODM Kalamkari Art

Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Only natural dyes are used in Kalamkari and it involves twenty three steps. Taking inspiration from this art, Orientbell has launched a range of stunning tiles, ODM Kalamkari Art, part of the Sanskriti collection. These ceramic tiles have very low porosity and are also often used outdoors, due to their high resistance to water and frost - they look great in verandahs and balconies. Additionally, they make for great additions to high-traffic areas like schools, hotels and bars, and also hotel and lift lobbies - that’s quite versatile, isn’t it? Here’s the best news - these tiles can easily be cleaned and boast low maintenance. So bring home a part of India’s heritage today!

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Size300x300
Tiles per Box 12
Number of Faces 4
FactorySikandrabad
Recommended Laying Pattern Brick Pattern, Random Pattern, Straight Pattern, Versailles Pattern
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We recommend accounting for an additional 10% wastage due to any accidental damage that might occur or when tiles have to be cut around the edges of the room.

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tip-icon If there are large obstructions in the wall such as doors and windows, multiply the width by the height of the obstruction then subtract that from the total area you need to tile.

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