Cement Tile Family Room

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Add interest and long-lasting beauty to your family room by using time-tested, handmade cement tile! By combining solid color tiles with patterned tile, you can create an effortless look that meets your design and color needs.

Cement Tile Family Room

This family room features our vibrant cement tile patterns. Not only does this cement tile eco-friendly, but it also offers refreshing bursts of colors.

Design Idea for Cement Tile Patterns

By incorporating both patterned and solid-colored cement tiles, not only are you creating a visually appealing element, but youre also saving on the overall cost for the purchase of the cement tiles. Create the grid by combining quarter-design patterned cement tile with rows of solid color tiles. You can see the dramatic effects of color in similar installation using traditional San Juan cement tile in our Cement Tile Terrace with San Juan, Solid Color Tiles Design Idea, and this recent Project Pick: Traditional Alcala Cement Tile Patio.

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

Although cement tile can be used outdoors, it cannot be used in frosty environments. If your project is located where frost or freezing temperatures are common, then we recommend using vitreous or porcelain tile for your project.

Also, cement tiles should be regularly mopped with clear water. A capful of liquid wax may be added to the water to improve the tiles' natural sheen. Also, never use acids to clean the tiles as they will sustain damage. Our cement tile FAQs will help answer most, if not all, your questions about cement tile. If you need further assistance, please feel free to call our offices at 888.739.4972 or email us at: info@AventeTile.com.

Note: Link to "Tile Used" is not necessarily the actual pattern shown in photo. For this specific pattern, please contact us directly.

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