Finding products which arise out of tradition, and then reinterpreting them, is par for the course in many areas. But only a few products have a tradition as long as the “new” “tapestry pattern” (in german: Tapetenmuster) tile. This tile was first made by ceramics manufacturer Sommerhuber in the Renaissance era around 1570. At the time, hunting castles and country houses were fitted out with “tapestry pattern” tiles. In the 1960s and 1970s, this ceramic tile then conquered the city areas. The current Sommerhuber designs combine up-to-date technology with traditional handicrafts. Every single tiled stove becomes unique with this elaborate hand-painting today as it was then.