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Woodworms pattern, typical Spanish tiles and glass 3D balls on concrete

by Revenessa Posted 22nd Aug 2009 at 2:30 AM
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3 groups than can be downloaded separately


These two patterns have 2 palettes, they are under wood category, the firts one is in horizontal, the secon in vertical.
They give any floor, wall or furniture an old look, perfect for those looking for dusty rooms or antique buldings.

Typical Spanish tiles
These two patterns have 2 palettes, they are under tile/mosaic category, the first one is one complete tile, the secon the complete patern (four tiles), you can convine them as you like!
They give a rustic look to your kitchens or baths used as floor, wall cover, counters, but (here in spain) we use them for decoring any room, as garden floor covering, on chairs, tables, on pot plants...
These tiles have a nice floral pattern originally white and cobalt and glazed, but in the sims3 world you can choose any colour!
Some history...
(12th Century)Among the technological novelties that arrived with the invasion of Spain by the Arabs were various ceramic processes that provide the product with a glassy layer that made it impermeable and constituted the base and coating of its eventual chromatism or decoration. An important production factory was established in Malaga. The pressure of the Christians in the 15th Century forced the production factory to be transferred from Malaga to Manises where the greater part of Spanish tiles are currently produced.

Glass Balls on Concrete
This pattern has 3 palettes, can be found under tiles/mosaic category.
This moder tile fits well in walls and floors, but can be used too as bed cover or in clothes. The glass balls are 3D like!
Hope you like them all!

Additional Credits:
Thanks to Delphy for her pattern packager!
Key: - File was updated after upload was posted
Filename - Tip: You can click the magnifying glass to see the archive contents Size Downloads Date
WoodWorms_Wood001&2_revenessa.zip 184.3 KB 2,625 22nd Aug 2009
GlassBalss_Tile003_Revenessa.zip 88.3 KB 1,223 22nd Aug 2009
TipicalSpanish_tile_001&002Revenessa.zip 79.8 KB 1,705 22nd Aug 2009
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