New York Times best-selling author and graphic designer Henry Hanson, author of the book, Mexican Roof, has created his own custom texture for his own apartment building in Bedford, Massachusetts.
Henry’s Mexican Roof tiles are based on the iconic roof tiles used in Mexican cities of the 1970s and 1980s.
The tiles are a popular and popular pattern, and Henry was able to create the tiles with the help of a friend who has the same skill set.
The custom texture features an oval-shaped tile, which is an easy way to display the tile in an indoor space, Henry said.
Henry said he has found the tiles to be very durable, and he added that the texture is easy to apply to carpeting, tiles, walls, and more.
“My tiles are very sturdy, and they look great when you put them on,” Henry said, adding that the tile is easily cleaned and has a smooth, clean finish.
“It looks great on your wall, too,” he said.
The Mexican Roof tile pattern has a very distinct look to it.
You can find the pattern here.
Henry said he designed the tile because he wanted to make sure that he had the right pattern for his new building.
He wanted the tiles in his apartment, which he hopes to open this summer, to be a part of his heritage, Henry explained.
He said he wanted the tile to be part of the architecture of his apartment.
“The tiles are the only thing that are part of my legacy,” Henry added.
Henry’s custom tile is available for sale at the Hancock Roof Tile Company online.