Bathrooms: I just installed these tiles from Erin Adams design in my own bathroom and my search for those is what started this whole thing. Most cement tiles will work either on the floor or walls of your bathroom, but check with the manufacturer as some tiles will need to be sealed before they get a lot of foot traffic and water on them. Again, seal them after install and ideally keep sealing every couple years as needed.
The Monsieur encaustic tile brings the chic French style of bold patterns and soft lines to your home’s walls and floors. A grey and black outline accentuates the unique arabesque shape, ensuring that this tile stands out wherever it’s used. The perfect complement to the black Mademoiselle arabesque tile, pair them together for a bold checkerboard effect.
Cement tiles are typically 8 by 8 inches and run about $15 to $29 per square foot. Rustico Tile & Stone’s price range for standard 8×8 tiles are $9-$17/sf. Installation would be the same as ceramic or porcelain tile, with one big difference. Cement tile has to be sealed with penetrating sealer after is has been set but before grouting. The sealer will protect the front facade of the tile from absorbing the grout material.
If you want to bring about natural look to your kitchen, then concrete tile is a good option. The highly customizable nature of concrete allows you to choose organic shapes and colors. The rough edges of the tiles will add to the natural aesthetic of your new or remodeled kitchen. Cement Kitchen Backsplash will stand strong to the wear and tear of routine life, and maintains its naturality and elegance always.
It is not necessary to install Concrete Backsplash Tile or Cement Backsplash Tile matching with concrete countertops but it is usually done this way to add more consistency to the kitchen design. When backsplashes are made of concrete tiles, there is more freedom for matching colors, patterns and shapes. Cement kitchen tiles offer more durability, strength and beauty than any other tile or wood type.
To prevent staining, it is advisable to seal concrete tile surfaces with a penetrating sealer before grouting. This will also make it easier to spread the grout and assist in cleanup. To provide Lasting protection from environment elements and stains V-SEAL Concrete Sealers, in partnership with Villa Lagoon Tile, have introduced a sealing process specifically engineered for encaustic cement tile, learn more.
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!
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This 6,500-square-foot one-story vacation home overlooks a golf course with the San Jacinto mountain range beyond. The house has a light-colored material palette—limestone floors, bleached teak ceilings—and ample access to outdoor living areas. Builder: Bradshaw Construction Architect: Marmol Radziner Interior Design: Sophie Harvey Landscape: Madderlake Designs Photography: Roger Davies
What I loved about working with these cement tiles (besides them being fabulous!) is the size. They’re each 8”x8”, which made the install go fast. I did the whole kitchen backsplash in about an hour. After spending two full days laying the marble herringbone backsplash at Ravenna, I was overjoyed by the simplicity of this project. The only added difficulty I found with these tiles was aligning the pattern. It’s not rocket science (I’m looking at you, Jamie), but I did spend a little extra time laying them out. I started by marking a vertical line at the center of the backsplash and then laid the first row beginning with the middle tile and working outwards. After laying the center three tiles all the way to the top of the backsplash and checking that each row was level, it was time to cut the edge tiles.
Inspired by the look of a knight’s shield, create a medieval crest pattern all your own with the Nara encaustic tile. The bold geometric design in black, grey and white is tempered by the soft, feminine arabesque shape. Use Nara to create a boldly patterned wall or floor or pair it with our other encaustic arabesques to develop your own individual design.
One popular use of concrete tiles is mixing them with hardwoods in a more casual and eclectic entertainment space. Transition from hardwood floors to tile for a more food-and-drink-friendly space by placing honeycomb tiles piece by piece until they form a complete transition. The look is one that blends two totally different flooring materials in a cool and unexpected way.
I can only say please if you're looking for the most beautiful tiles that take you back to the most beautiful tales of the orient or want to combine class and trend go to no other than Zellij Gallery. Their selection is unbelievably large. Tiles are a dream, each and every slack is truly a piece of art. I came here today to upgrade my sink in my guest bathroom and I am leaving with wanting to redo my outside patio and pool area into a marrocan themed dream with alternating colors of deep blue green and white. I am very impressed by the customer care I received and couldn't help myself and leave this review . The owner was very patient with me and listened to my exact vision and wishes. Thank you so much for working with me as well as on the price. Great place. Love it.
Capture the beauty of authentic, traditional cement tiles with the Ciment Artea 7.88" x 7.88" Cement Field Tile. These tiles are constructed of cement, offering a partial through-body coloring. Each tile is hand-crafted by taking a 1” cement base, pouring color into a mold, pressing the color with a hydraulic press and then allowing it to cure for a number of days. The result is a completely one of a kind look that may produce natural variations or chips, which are characteristics of true...
not typically a fan of shades of green, we decided to begin to collect emerald-colored images onto a pinboard to see if they continued to capture our curiosity. we can’t believe it’s already managed to become one of our favorite pinboards. inspired by these beautiful images we have added green colorways to many of our cement patterns and even our watermark! who knew shades of green would capture us and our clients curiosity in such a big way?
We now stock 4″ x 4″ solid colors of our handmade cement tile in black, white and grey. These smaller tiles work great for kitchen backsplashes, bathrooms, shower floors and bar areas. They also look amazing when mixed together with our larger 8″ or 12″ solid cement tiles and coordinate with many of our most popular patterns. The possibilities are endless!
One of the most classic cement tile designs is the intricate floral or Moorish pattern. This look dates back to the early 20th century and is just as popular today. The options for this type of traditional pattern are endless, ranging from colorful and bright to serene and neutral. Depending on the style of your home, you can add a unique flair to your kitchen with backsplash cement tile.
"Creating an emotional connection with the materials is really important as each line has a story that often draws on a long history of experience and tradition. Tile has been used for centuries around the world but here in the U.S. it has been used sparingly and confined mostly to the bathroom and kitchen. Helping people expand their horizons and think of tile in a new way is always one of our goals at clé."
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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.
Hand painted and hand poured tiles are very different from each other and are actually completely different types of tile. While ceramic tiles are hand painted with glazes and pigments, cement tiles are hand poured with the design set into the tile itself. This difference is what makes cement tiles so much more durable and long-lasting than ceramic tiles. But that’s not all cement tiles are good for. They offer many more benefits and can be used in a number of ways both in and outside your home or business. Learn more about the features and benefits of handmade cement tiles here.
Where hard woods stop, decorative cement tiles are just getting started. The design options range from neutral tones and simple curves and lines, to bold and modern designs, to colorful and whimsical, to eclectic, and ethnic. When you’ve decided to add concrete tiles in your space, the first step will be choosing the atmosphere you want to evoke. After that, you can choose a single tile design, mix and match various styles, incorporate multiple colors and patterns, or you can contact our design professionals to have a design custom made for you. Call us today at 213-788-4238 to get started transforming your space with cement tiles!