Cement Tile Brings Warmth, Coziness to Sitting Area

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Cement tiles often dazzle with intricate patterns and lots of color. In this sitting area, the cement tiles have taken their cue from the room's surroundings. To achieve a simple design or for small rooms, consider using two or three colors at the most. The modest design with its clean lines creates a comfortable, cozy feel for any room that will impress.

Cement Tile Brings Warmth, Coziness to Sitting Area

Cement Tile Design Idea

Add a custom look and feel to any room with a little creativity, such as: cutting cement tile in half for borders; alternating with stone; or by combining with large format ceramic or porcelain tile. Not only will you add interest and panache to the room, but you'll also create a one-of-a-kind look, such as when our Traditional Handmade Melilla Cement Tile is used.

For more cement tile design inspiration, check our pages on houzz.com, our boards on Pinterest, and browse through dozens of our Cement Tile Design Ideas portfolio page.

Cement Tile Installation Tip

Cement tile can be used on the floors, walls, and ceilings of bathrooms, showers, and other wet areas if they are sealed properly with a penetrating sealer. This step helps to avoid stains, while keeping the tiles watertight. To fully enjoy the versatility of handmade cement tile, we recommend reading our Cement Tile Installation Guide.

Lastly, each cement tile is individually handmade, therefore, slight variations in thickness, shade, imperfections and irregular edges are normal, and are to be expected. These characteristics add to the products natural appeal and do not compromise the performance of the tile. It is very important when installing to pull pieces at random from different boxes in order to achieve a better distribution and blending of the material.

If you need further assistance or have any questions about cement tile, then please feel free to call our offices at 888.739.4972 or email us at: info@AventeTile.com.

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