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Happy Thanksgiving, all you Hometalkers. On a totally unrelated note, check out these cool new recycled metal tiles

http://www.ecohomemagazine.com/green-product...

Green AND good-lookin'

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  • Some nice stuff there, especially if they really are "a durable, virtually maintenance-free finish." I sure hope they come on the little mesh sheets, it would be quite a pain to install those individually.
  • Miriam I New York, NY
    Looks like chocolate :)
  • Steve G Fort Collins, CO
    Miriam, you eat some fancy chocolate. And I think you might break a tooth trying to bite into these.
  • Miriam I New York, NY
    lol. Now I want some. Chocolate, not tile.
  • Donna Dixson Buford, GA
    How big are those pieces?
  • Chocolate tile? That is sooooo dangerous.

    An interesting design for the right situation.

  • April Lawrenceville, GA
    AHH! That does look like chocolate! But aside from that, they're some nice tiles. :)

    Btw, Happy Thanksgiving to you too and may it be a wonderfully blessed day for

  • Douglas Hunt New Smyrna Beach, FL
    Those are yummy.
  • Frankie L Mcdonough, GA
    Would tiles like this be used in kitchen or where? They are very dark, use as accents?
  • Natalie W Mckeesport, PA
    I think they are very pretty .... nice for doing some trimwork, an accent, or just dreesing up a little piece of furniture, maybe. ..... and now I want some chocolate
  • Jayln D Fort Worth, TX
    Good Eye very elegant and unique
  • Steve G Fort Collins, CO
    @Four Season, it looks like these come a variety of sizes, but mainly 4X4 and 6X6.

    @Frankie, some bathroom or kitchen accent work would look cool, and if you click through to the manufacturer's site, there

  • Martha Vasquez Belleair Beach, FL
    Couldn't live with this - I'd want chocolate all the time.
  • Carolyn H San Antonio, TX
    Looks like yummy choc. candy.

    @ Poohro

  • Gorgeous!
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