If you’ve been following our little blog, you know that we love products produced from waste material. Well, we’ve found another one. Imported and distributed by an outfit in Maryland, these tiles are made from real post-industrial leather scraps discarded by the automotive, upholstery, and fashion industries. Processed the same way manufacturers make recycled paper, the leather scraps are shredded and mixed with natural tree bark and natural rubber. Available in many colors and textures, the tiles can be glued down for use as flooring and wall panels in bedrooms, libraries, and home theaters. It costs about $12 to $14 per square foot. www.ecodomo.com.