Tiles are a great material to include in your kitchen remodel or refresh and they’re one of the most visually stunning and practical products you can find. You can place them on the floors for a durable foundation for the high traffic area, and on the backsplash to make clean-up easier and faster. If you’re planning a total renovation of your kitchen, then be sure to include tile in your plans. And if you’re simply wanting to spruce up an outdated kitchen, start with the backsplash and look at the many tile options before you head right to other more expensive changes. Kitchen backsplash tile is a small and easy way to instantly change the entire look and feel of your kitchen.

If you are remodeling your kitchen and want to get rid of the old tiles without much effort, it is better to invest an overlay. The overlay tiles can easily cover up the old tiles and make your kitchen look brand new. The concrete tile overlay can be a good option to resist damage from salt, chemicals, UV exposure, and abrasion. There is not lack of colors and patterns you want to choose from.


Concrete tiles are best known for their unmatched durability that has been used in houses and buildings since the end of the 19th century. The mixture of cement, sand, and water and their preparation in a specific pressure makes them extremely long lasting. Since concrete tiles have color inlaid in them, they are called encaustic concrete tiles. Concrete tiles are pretty versatile. From homes to offices to dams, they work everywhere due to their strength. They come in the incredible amount of colors, designs, and patterns. You can choose the perfect one according to the requirement of your surroundings. You can find concrete tiles in any color or pattern in our tile store.
On the practical side of kitchen décor, nothing beats cement tile for a backsplash. Our tiles are handmade by craftsmen to ensure nothing less than top quality and durability. Cement tile is easy to clean and naturally water-resistant, making it the perfect way to shield your wall from unsightly food stains. Additionally, cement tile can easily last for decades, so there’s no concern of fading or discoloration.
i love these ideas and appreciate the impressive amount of work that went into researching all of it. ironically, i am right now (as in…NOW, today) removing heavily patterned tile from the bathrooms in my 1970’s “spanish” (subdivision…ranch) house. the tiles have held up beautifully for 42 years, but yowza. living with the patterns on floors and walls day after day can be crazy-making over time. plus, the colorways are self-limiting — the tile demands center stage. i will replace the patterned tiles with plain cement tiles and go crazy with towels.

Cement tiles are not fired; there is no glaze layer on the surface of the tile. They derive their durability from the combination of finely dehydrated cement and a more coarse sand/cement layer. The pigment layer is hydraulically pressed into the surface and becomes a part of the tile. The tiles are then soaked in a water bath for 24 hours and then set to dry for another seven days at the factory before they ship to our Los Angeles and Mississippi warehouses, where they are stored before shipping to our customers worldwide.
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