Old Mill Colonial thin brick is made from Old Mill Colonial thin brick is made from the highest quality natural clay brick. Independence color blend represents the true essence of downtown Philadelphia. The Independence blend will give you an aged brick with a clean straight edge. Inspired by the original masonry craftsmanship of Independence Hall. The texture and ... More + Product Details Close
This is a modern style kitchen with a display of classical black and white color tones. The kitchen features 8″×8″ Moroccan cement tile backsplash creates an astonishing wallpaper effect with its daring black and white design. While the Superwhite granite counter tops negotiates the glossy white color transition with the large size dark charcoal porcelain tiles on the kitchen floor.
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...
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
First of all, if your tiles are light colored, use a white colored setting material. Similarly, use a darker setter for darker tiles. Install the tiles by following the instructions. Use a wet saw if you need to cut the tiles. Once the tiles are set, clean them with a mop or cloth after 48 hours to get rid of any excessive grout. Make sure you seal your tiles in place with a sealer. In case of cracks, use a concrete patch material that you can find in the stores easily. Fill in the cracks and then, seal them in place.
The newly-opened Finn’s Southern Kitchen in Louisville is housed in the former offices of an 1800 era cotton mill. The building was recently converted into Finn’s restaurant while preserving many of its deco features such as the glass blocking, flooring, moldings, entrance features as well as returning the windows to their original size and splendor.
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If you’re in the process of building or renovating a home or commercial space, choosing flooring material is on your list of to-dos. While hardwood floors are beautiful and classic, don’t dismiss tile floors. Today’s tile isn’t your grandmother’s tile flooring, and it can transform your space from one that looks like everyone else’s into a space that’s completely unique and speaks to your personality. It’s even more important in a commercial space to stand out from the crowd and develop a signature style. Cement tile floors can do all that, while delivering a durable and practical flooring option. Learn why cement tiles make great floors in this post!
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.
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.
Any chance you’re going to show some in process shots of building your range hood? Yours looks exactly like the shape I want to build. I’ve been promising a range hood in the kitchen for years and I have the fan and liner in the basement now but haven’t added the electrical or decided on the exact design. I love the idea of plaster or tile but keep thinking I should do painted wood because it will be easier.
The pigment composition is a mixture of high quality white Portland cement, marble powder, fine sand, and natural mineral color pigments. The individual patterns are made by manually applying separate pigments, one by one, in a handmade copper mold. This incredibly delicate and skilled process can only be performed by highly trained artisans with many years of experience creating handmade encaustic cement tile.