We process container orders with load from 20 feet to high cubed containers. Container order turnaround time may vary, depending on the type of products ordered and it can sometimes take up to four months to deliver.  Certain products take our artisans longer to create, thus extending delivery time. Container orders are shipped directly from Morocco. 

If you’re in the process of designing or remodeling a bathroom, you’ll love to know that cement tiles are not only a stylish option but a practical one for your space. With the ability to withstand moisture and constant use, cement bathroom tiles are great options for both the floors and walls in a bathroom. In this post, learn all the many benefits of choosing cement tiles for bathroom floors and walls, including the shower, the many ways to use them creatively, and our favorite designs that are both classic and trendy. Even if you changed only the tile in your bathroom, you’ll end up with a completely different space!
For the first time, we now offer our random patchwork in 4″ x 4″ cement tiles. These tiles are offered in a thinner thickness than our standard tiles. They are only 15/32″ thick (1.2cm). This size and thickness of cement tile is a perfect option for kitchen backsplash and decorative wall applications. Perfect for residential or commercial applications. Better yet, this option is in stock and ready to ship!

Used in Moroccan exterior backyards, roof flooring, walls and other areas, this handcrafted tiles comes in solid or patterened 8” x 8” with a 5/8” thickness. With its great durability, once sealed this tile is used for vacious spaces to create pattern throughtout the space. It comes in different colors and could be custom made to suit your requirements.

The craftsman house involved in the project is over 100 years old. It’s a brown shingle craftsman very typical of the local homes and the owners are bringing it back to life little by little. The owners are both wonderful cooks (she’s French so of course!) and spend a lot of time in their well-used kitchen. The home was updated sometime in the 80’s and was ready for a serious face-lift. The clients wanted to incorporate a French/Moroccan style with the architectural elements of a craftsman. We think they succeeded!

If you've seen some drop dead gorgeous patterned tiles on Pinterest lately, there's a good chance they are made of cement. These matte-finish, often bold patterned tiles are absolutely beautiful. Historically more common throughout Europe than here, they've gathered major steam on this side of the pond. After days and weeks of scouring the internet looking for the perfect tile for our bathroom renovation, and not finding anything that was just right, late one night I finally found The One in a photo of a dreamy bathroom.
Upgrade your space and indulge your eclectic side in a daringly unique way with this Porcelain Field Tile in Matte Bright Blanco. Inspired by architects, blueprints, and the design process, this product is a cutting-edge porcelain tile that melds the aesthetic of modern day design with a contemporary geometric motif. While others opt to be boring and bland, go bold and flaunt your exquisitely artistic taste with this imaginative new series.
Juan Rodriguez, our highly skilled artisan, is a third generation expert on the art of encaustic cement tiles. His passion for details, his vast knowledge of the technique and materials, as well as the love he showers on each piece sets his tiles apart. His handmade tiles are truly works of art with subtle variations in each piece that lends them their distinctive charm. You will be impressed by his dedicated work and delighted with his artistic creations.
With countless design options ranging from simple tones and curves to vibrant tones and bold designs, concrete and cement tiles from Westside Tile & Stone, Inc. provide an affordable tile flooring and design options, combinations, layouts, and applications. Since we are professional concrete tile contractors in greater Los Angeles area, we can offer you the best deals and varieties.
While hardly a modern material, encaustic tiles are very popular in the home decorating and interior design world. Homeowners of all tastes are turning towards tiles, specifically cement tiles, for their unique patterns, vivid colors, and practical qualities. If you’ve been looking into this endearing material, you may have come across varying terms and descriptions, and some confusion over what you’re actually looking for. Some sources describe encaustic cement tiles, and others say cement tiles aren’t actually encaustic. So which is it?
Rustico Cement Tiles transform spaces into works of art. Reminiscent of century-old encaustic tiles, cement tiles have been handcrafted by artisans for decades. The designs and colors create a beautiful and durable surface that is more aesthetically appealing than basic cement or drywall, and more durable and eco-friendly than wood or laminate flooring. Concrete tile patterns add to many design styles including Spanish style home decor, Hacienda, Spanish Colonial, Modern and Contemporary home...
it's time for our monday mention! today we are looking at cross featured in milieu magazine, as well as some of our other favorite black and white cement tile patterns. cross is a pattern of diminutive crosses repeating throughout a simple format. this clean and elegant approach produces an austere pattern with a gothic vibe. sounds irresistible? it is, especially if you have a floor or wall that needs a simplistic touch with a strong visual.
Then it was my turn!  This was my first time installing cement tiles and I found it to be…well…pretty easy.  I used an acrylic, pre-mixed tile adhesive (mostly because I’m lazy and HATE mixing up mortar) and a trowel with large teeth.  Per the tile manufacturer’s instructions, I cleaned the back of each tile prior to laying them on the adhesive.  Cement tiles are heavier than any tiles I’ve worked with before, so I put extra care into making sure the backing was evenly applied with large grooves from the trowel.   I don’t want any of these suckers popping off the wall and falling into a pot of stew when I finally get the chance to cook in this kitchen!
Prairie grasslands and distant peaceful mountains are timeless Prairie grasslands and distant peaceful mountains are timeless themes in the Old Mill Brick Promontory Brickweb Thin Brick Flats. Constructed from the highest quality real clay brick promontory is a fired clay brick blend inspired by the promontory point where central pacific and union pacific meet. Featuring true western color ...  More + Product Details Close
Inspired by the intricate natural beauty of a spiderweb, the 8" x 9" Blue Widow Hex tile transforms into a work of abstract art when it’s installed on your walls or floors. Cobalt and sky blues naturally create a calming effect, perfect for spa-inspired bathrooms. The geometric design of this encaustic tile comes alive as a diamond motif lending modern appeal to entryways, kitchens, bathrooms and more.
The hugely popular series, on the DIY Network, follows host Josh Temple as he tries to find a random customer at a home improvement store that will agree to take him to his/her house to help with a home project. After finding a “troubled” area of the home, Josh surprises the individual by agreeing to do a full remodel of the space. The project is then completed in a few short days with the help of the homeowner and friends.
Then it was my turn!  This was my first time installing cement tiles and I found it to be…well…pretty easy.  I used an acrylic, pre-mixed tile adhesive (mostly because I’m lazy and HATE mixing up mortar) and a trowel with large teeth.  Per the tile manufacturer’s instructions, I cleaned the back of each tile prior to laying them on the adhesive.  Cement tiles are heavier than any tiles I’ve worked with before, so I put extra care into making sure the backing was evenly applied with large grooves from the trowel.   I don’t want any of these suckers popping off the wall and falling into a pot of stew when I finally get the chance to cook in this kitchen!

Making the cuts and setting each row took such a long time that I kept having to add more water to the mortar. Even though I had the bucket covered with a wet towel, it dried out quickly. The whole process came to a screeching halt every time I needed to attend to the mortar. I was really wishing for a tiling partner after a few hours into this project. Future tile jobs will be two-person jobs around here.
Proper installation and protection of cement tile is key to enjoying its lasting beauty. Please ensure that tile is laid by a licensed tile installer. Encaustic cement tiles are installed in both commercial and residential environments, from restaurants and retail stores to kitchens, bathrooms, shower walls, shower floors, patios, and living areas.
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