New Cement Floor Tiles

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Cement floor tiles provide unparalleled visual appeal. As a unique and personal flooring choice, the variety of colors and patterns of cement tiles can provide your kitchen, powder room, entry or dining room floor with a look that not only speaks to you, but is also a reflection of your decorative taste. We're excited to show you new cement tile floor patterns and borders with colors our customers chose. As you'll soon see below, these tiles are designed to work effortlessly together.

Cement floor tiles are often inset into stone or cut, poured concrete. It's a great way to add interest, color or design flair when plain tiles are used. One Avente customer wanted to maintain a traditional, slightly more formal look for their entry hall. Working with patterns and colors from our Mission Cement Tile collection, they created a cement tile rug pattern. The tile rug will be laid in a polished, cut, poured concrete slab. With only two colors from the grey-scale used, the Queen Border and New Castle Field in Gray and Charcoal helped make a dramatic rug for this entry!

Mission Queen Border
Mission Queen Border and New Castle Field

Our Mission Zebra B 8" x 8" colorway is a popular pattern for cement floor tiles because the muted colors subdue the pattern and work well with other neutral colors. For one installation, the Big Chippendale border was used to frame the floor space.

Border Cement Tile
Mission Big Chippendale Border Cement Tile


Mission Zebra B
Mission Zebra B Used on Backsplash

In a different home, the Franjas Border III was selected for the border on the Mission Zebra B. The simple, clean lines with negative space are a nice complement to Zebra pattern.

Franjas Border III
Franjas Border III

If you plan on creating a rug layout using cement floor tiles, make sure to read our Tips for a Cement Tile Rug Design. You can also create a rug design using plain tiles (solid color tiles) and different formats. For instance, a 4"x8" tile can be used to frame a pattern created with 8"x8" tiles.

As you can see, the options with cement tile are only limited by your imagination. Designs and color choice are are both fun and personable. You can pick your own cement tile pattern and customize with colors or use an existing colorway from our catalog. You can mix and match field pattern with border patterns. These recent projects from our customers illustrate how flexible cement tile is with any decor or environment. Cement floor tiles allow you to create designs for outdoor spaces, such as patios and walks, or interior spaces such as entries and kitchens. Extremely durable and easy to care for, cement tile works with the existing architectural elements from traditional to contemporary designs.

Feeling inspired? Want to learn more about cement tile design, cement floor tiles, cement tile patterns, and view installations? Then download our free Cement Tile Buying Guide.

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