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.
We carry the latest new tile products from Porcelanosa, Jeffrey Court, Crossville, DalTile, and so much more! Tile products featured at our tile store are the top tile lines featured by the leading tile manufacturers in the industry. We have an extensive variety of tile on display in our showroom, In fact, way more than we are able to list or show online. We recommend that you personally visit our showroom to view our products first-hand. Also, feel free to give us a call with any questions you may have.
MeaLu Casablanca 8" x 8" Cement Field Tile in Blue 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. Because this is handmade tile, there are characteristics to be expected including variations in size, thickness...
Whether it’s spills, splashes, or splatters, the kitchen is often on the receiving end of some pretty tough messes. If you’re not careful, you can easily end up with a kitchen covered in food stains and grease spatters, which can lead to a dingy appearance or even lingering odors. In our opinion, the kitchen should be a source of comfort; a place where families and friends can gather around, share a meal, and spend quality time together. We love to see kitchens live up to their potential. That’s why we at Riad love to see our cement tiles being used to create kitchen backsplashes.
We are thrilled that the show used our Bouquet II pattern in an episode of this season’s show. The episode is titled “Arched Mediterranean Kitchen” (Season 11, Episode 2) and follows a couple as they get a complete kitchen renovation. Our handmade cement tile is used on the kitchen backsplash to create a unique centerpiece for the space. The Bouquet cement tile pattern blends in perfectly with the new kitchen’s Mediterranean theme.
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 decor, Beach homes, Mid-Century styles, Industrial and...
When we were looking at cement tiles for our kitchen floor, I had major fear of color, even though we went with blue cabinets (which could be painted any other color). The cement tile floor being our biggest investment in our kitchen renovation, we went safe on color by going black and white (but bold on pattern) knowing it would never truly be out of style or clash with anything else in the room.
It is expected that 2%-3% of your tile arrives damaged (chipped or scratched), since our tiles are primarily handmade, hand picked and hand packed exposing the product to breakage, therefore slight surface issues are standard. The best practice is to order at least 10% more than your project requirements to cover allow for these issues, as well as other breakage during installation.
I have to admit I chuckled a little hearing that it’s national ceramic tile day. Is there anything without a national day? This post is an absolute godsend. There’s about 10 different placed in my home that I want to add ceramic tile to. We have a midcentury raised ranch that is so cookie-cutter-vanilla-suburbia it makes me want to cry. I need to add some (appropriate) spice to this house ASAP!
This is a great question. I have not corrected our issue yet. However, after a lot of thought, I think I am going to use painted wood trim as edging. Unfortunately, cement tile does not come with finishing trim pieces. I wonder if the companies that make them will ever address that issue, especially now that this style of tile is so popular. I suppose it is really meant for the floor, but cement tile makes such a beautiful backsplash material.
Unless your backyard space is livable and inviting, you probably don’t spend as much time in it as you’d like. The key to making a backyard more comfortable is to create a living space that brings the indoors, out. Our favorite way to do this? Tile a space in the backyard with durable and beautiful cement floor tiles. Add in comfortable furniture and an outdoor fireplace or an outdoor kitchen, and you’ve got a recipe for the ultimate backyard living space. Learn all the ways cement tiles are great for an outdoor living space, why they are better than pavers and poured concrete, and some ideas for how to bring them into your backyard.
I was so nervous that the stove would not fit properly under the tile that I could not even watch the install. Every now and then I would listen carefully to see if I could hear the contractor muttering profanities or something that would let me know it was not going well. I heard nothing and hoped for the best. It was a loooooong hour, but when it was over, we had a stove.
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
Residential cement tiles are the latest trend and must-have product in countless home decorating publications. They are quickly gaining popularity for their various benefits, which include incredible durability, versatility, and unmatched amount of design and customization opportunities. Homeowners everywhere are looking to add residential concrete tiles into their space to add beauty, style, and practicality that will last through the decades.
Anyway…back to the tiles. Garrett really wanted to inset the backsplash into the wall so the edges of the tile would be concealed by the surrounding drywall. I wasn’t really concerned about seeing the tile edges, but I let him go after it anyway ‘cause marriage is all about compromise. And I like to compromise on the small stuff ;). So Garrett put up 1/4″ hardiboard behind the backsplash and 5/8″ drwyall around it. He pushed out the drywall immediately on either side of the hardiboard with 1/8″ furring strips so I had a solid 3/4″ of depth to work with for laying the mortar and tile.
This functional, light-filled home takes full advantage of its bucolic site. With the introduction of the butterfly roof, natural light, ventilation and views are brought into the main gathering spaces. Distance between the private and public zones is created by a shift in geometry where those two meet in plan, to provide a calming and rejuvenating private retreat for the occupants. The structured juxtaposition of materials brings order and warmth to the home’s overall experience, complementing the textures and beauty of the site. Photo: ©Cesar Rubio
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!