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.
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’re looking for an easy and cost-effective way to update or refresh one of the rooms in your home, backsplash tile is a great option. Backsplash tiles offer the perfect pop of color, texture and pattern while adding to the functionality of the kitchen, by protecting the walls from splashes and stains. It’s a small enough area that it won’t overwhelm the space, but it makes a big impact on the entire kitchen.
cement tiles have been around for the past 150 years and have been called numerous names including encaustic cement tile, cement tile, concrete tile, hydraulicos*, cuban tile, and more. whatever their nomenclature, clé offers one of the finest cement tiles on a surface that is at once muted, varied, matte and silky. these tiles come in a myriad of patterns, think: moroccan, black and whites, neutrals, stripes, and more. in addition to our standard eight-by-eight-inch square tiles we offer color blocks of rectangles, hexes, diamonds, triangles, arabesques and scallops. our compelling cement tile patterns and shapes include some of the most sought-after tiles today for both walls and floors, indoors and out.
Backsplash is a hot topic in home décor today, and we can see why. Nothing can enliven a room in quite the same way as backsplash, especially cement tile backsplash. In a kitchen, cement tile backsplash can simply serve as a pop of color, something subtle and classic to compliment your existing style, or the statement piece your kitchen is missing. Think of what a fresh feel our Nola Pink cement tile could bring to your kitchen. It could be your cement tile statement piece! You could even try open shelving to really accentuate your new cement tile and catch the eye of your guests. Or if you’re seeking an exciting pattern that will give you lots options and really get your guests talking, try our Zanzibar Black cement tile.
Enjoy the organic subtleties of concrete with this precast ready to install tile. Urban Concrete is designed and manufactured to bring a natural feel with modern simplicity and classic, timeless beauty to any area. To achieve this, the tiles have natural variation and random shading in every piece and box; these are characteristics of concrete tiles made with cement. The varying shades, color, pattern and slight size differences enhance and further promote the natural look and feel of the...
Fans of Brooklyn-based Eskayel’s patterns will be thrilled to know they’ve teamed up with the equally-hip Clé Tile for an exclusive collection that will make you want to redo your entire home. Featuring eight of Eskayel’s most iconic patterns, each cement tile is available in its designated colorway AND a black-and-white version, which is great news for the color-phobes among us.
The Erica Tanov exclusive collaboration with Clé Tile is a modern take on an historic tile that, over the past 150 years, has been referred to by dozens of names including encaustic cement tiles, concrete tiles, hydraulicos, and cuban tiles. These alluring objects have stood the test of time and have echoed their beauty across many continents. Clé creates one of the finest cement tiles in the world, and this quality still permeates a surface which is muted, varied, matte and silky. Cement tiles' characteristically variegated colors make them one of today's most sought-after tiles for both walls and floors, indoors and out.
With countless colors, patterns and styles, concrete tiles from Westside Tile & Stone, Inc. provide an affordable kitchen backsplash tile in high quality material and design option with growing visual appeal. You can create your own design that comes from your own mind or from inspiration or customize design with our design experts help. Contact us today to find out more information about cement or concrete tile backsplash and to completely transform your kitchen into a place that performs for the demands of a routine life.
The tile you’re probably most used to seeing is ceramic tile, but we want to redirect your focus to another type of tile that has the same beauty but comes with many more benefits. Cement tile is made from an entirely different process than ceramic tiles, with a hard-wearing mixture of mineral powder, cement, sand, and color pigment. It is compressed with about 2,000 pounds of hydraulic pressure, and the design becomes a part of the tile, not simply glazed or painted on the surface. Ceramic tiles are made with clays and glazes and are fired in kilns and don’t offer the same level of resiliency. Cement tiles have proven to be more durable and long-lasting than ceramic tiles and show less wear and tear over time. Backsplash cement tiles are also water-resistant and stain-resistant when sealed properly.
Inspired by the intricate natural beauty of a spiderweb, the 8" x 9" Gold Widow Hex tile transforms into a work of abstract art when it’s installed on your walls or floors. Cobalt blue and golden yellow contrast beautifully, perfect for adding the rich appeal of jewel tones to any room. The geometric design of this encaustic tile comes alive as a diamond motif lending modern appeal to entryways, kitchens, bathrooms and more.
Just eight months after opening its location on Almont Drive in West Hollywood, the high-end tile company LE MOSAISTE decides to take advantage of a vacancy on nearby Robertson Boulevard to move its showroom. The purpose of the move is clear: added visibility and closer proximity to the Pacific Design Center. “We think the new space will allow us to serve the local design community more effectively”, says co-founder Faissel Farhi.
Are you ready to begin designing your kitchen refresh and want to choose your cement backsplash tiles? You’ll see that our Echo, Minis, and Andalucia Collections are most recommended for backsplashes. If you see something that you love but you’d like a different color, we can help you personalize the concrete backsplash tiles. And if you have a completely different design you don’t see on our website, our sales team will work with you to create your own custom backsplash tile!
We have a total design game changer at Villa Lagoon Tile! Now you can add the depth and visual texture of terrazzo to all or part of your favorite cement tile patterns. Terrazzo Cement Tile is suitable for all commercial and residential floors and walls when the appropriate application procedures are followed. 3 Sizes of … Continue reading Quick Look: Terrazzo Cement Tile
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It’s no doubt that cement tiles are a trendy design feature in new and renovated homes nowadays. But in order to make them look their best in a particular space, there are a few considerations to make. Tile size is one of them. In this article, we share our top tips for deciding on the concrete tile size that will work best in your space, to accentuate the right areas and deliver the style you’re going for. You’ll learn how different variations of tile sizes change the way a space looks and feels, and how you can take advantage of that for your unique home or business.