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Cuban Cement Tiles for a Manhattan Bath



Cuban Cement Tiles for a Manhattan Bath

Designer Celia Reiss of Manhattan, NY-based Celia Reiss Interiors recently combined her love of cement tile with her talent for design when she with incorporated the two into her own bathroom.

Pin It Cuban Cement Tiles for a Manhattan Bath

The 8" x 8" cement floor tiles used in this project are from our Cuban Heritage Design 140-2B 8 x 8 series. They incorporate the contemporary colors of Light Turquoise, Brown, and Caribbean Blue. Celia wisely chose not to use the border pattern for this design because the bathroom isn't big enough to accommodate both a bold border and intricate pattern. The field pattern uses only Light Turquoise and Brown.

Notice how the floor tile wraps up to surround the bath. The tiles carry the pattern on both vertical and horizontal surfaces creating a very sophisticated look. The bath tile is in perfect balance with the floor tile. The antiqued wood vanity with marble top creates a rich, but comfortable space.

Cuban Tile patterns are characterized by elaborate designs, bold colors and prominent borders or double borders. The Cuban Heritage cement tile patterns are from cement tile installations found in old homes or estates in Cuba.

Cuban Heritage Design 140 comes in four standard colorways:


Cuban Tile Pattern 140-1A

Design 140 1A
8" x 8"

Cuban Tile Pattern 140-2B
Design 140 2B
8" x 8"

Cuban Tile Pattern CH140-3B
Design 140 3B
8" x 8"

Cuban Tile Pattern Design 140-4A
Design 140 4A
8" x 8"

Inspired? Then view additional artisan handmade cement tile patterns and colorways.

You can see more images of this project on Celia's blog at Bathroom with a French Moroccan Twist. There are wonderful images that detail the vanity, pulls and sink - not to mention the tile.

To find out more about the designer, visit her website, at Celia Reiss Interiors. You should also visit Celia Reiss Interiors Kitchen and Bath blog to see photos from other installations.

Photo credit: Celia Reiss Interiors
Design by: Celia Reiss Interiors

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