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 And if you’re simply wanting to spruce up an outdated kitchen, start with the backsplash and look at the many tile options before you head right to other more expensive changes.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.
Concrete tiles are available in myriad styles and finishes to suit just about any design theme. Of course, you'll find classic smooth concrete tiles that mimic traditional ceramic. But manufacturers also offer organic textures that replicate natural materials such as wood, bamboo, or stone. And for the more daring, you can find many unusual or novel patterns and finishes, including tire tread imprints, cloud patterns, and metallic finishes. In many cases, tile sizes can be custom made to fit the application and space.
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...

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.
Concrete tiles offer the best of both worlds for the home and business owner who wants nothing short of elegant and functional. If you’re looking for a flooring material that is beautiful, low maintenance, and cost efficient, look no further than the concrete floor tiles from Granada Tile. We offer a wide variety of tile patterns, colors, shapes, and sizes, that are based on modern trends, timeless designs, and historical influences.

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. 
On the recommendation of the flooring guy at Lowe’s, I bought this sealer. He and I actually had a bit of a difference of opinion. He thought the cement tile was already sealed. I felt pretty certain that it was not. I am glad that I went with my gut because the cement tile backsplash sucked up the sealer like nobody’s business. It took four layers before the tile stopped soaking up the sealer like a desert reptile soaks up rain. (Novice tip: If you have unsealed tile, sealing it prior to grouting is important. The pigment in colored grout can stain unsealed tile.)

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.
Sometimes, all a kitchen needs to really pop is just a little bit of color and texture. Our cement tile is designed to maximize on the natural colors and textures inherent in tiles of this style. We hand-press our tile to create deep, rich coloration that is long-lasting as it is elegant. When coupled with the mesmerizing patterns, our cement tiles bring a sense of movement and energy wherever they are applied.
The bathroom is another place where cement tile backsplash can brighten the room. In our last blog post, we touched on how our cement tile patterns can bring lasting character to your bathroom in unexpected and exciting ways that you may not have thought of before (check out our use of Havana cement tile for a shower in our last blog post). You may not have thought of using cement tile backsplash for the bathroom before. We think cement tile backsplash in a bathroom is a must have that will suit any style. What is the current character of your bathroom? Does it match what you want it to be? If you’re interested in subtle and suave, our Fleur cement tile could be just what your bathroom needs. Or, if you’re looking for a pop of color, take a look at our El Fenn Blue cement tile.
Cement tiles were first produced in the South of France in the 1870s. They are known under various names such as Mission tiles, Cuban tiles, Victorian tiles, and hydraulic tiles. Cement tiles are popular in Mediterranean and Latin style spaces and are generally highly patterned with geometric and floral designs. Cement tiles are formed by hand pouring pigmented cement into decorative molds in order to separate the colors. When the cement has been set, the molds are removed and the tile compressed with 2,000 pounds of pressure. The result is an irresistible work of art to create a beautiful kitchen backsplash. Cement tiles are technically concrete tiles since they include aggregates such as marble dust and a layer of sand for reinforcement.
We do not recommend installing cement tile outdoors in places that experience extreme frost and freeze in winter. Cement tiles are also unable to withstand the weight of vehicles and therefore should never be used in driveways. Wall tiles can be affixed to plaster, drywall, cement block, and cement backer board. The installation surface should be flat and dry with any loose paint removed and cracked surfaces patched prior to installing cement tiles.
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