Cement Tile Simulate Classic Spanish Pavers and Add Rustic Charm

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The Zaragoza pattern from our Arabesque line of rustic, Spanish pavers provides durability with a touch of charm for this hallway.

Cement Tile Simulate Classic Spanish Pavers and Add Rustic Charm

The color, Spanish Cotto, is an 80/20 blend of Cotto Dark and Cotto Gold. The Cotto Dark provides a weathered patina look to the tiles and the Cotto Gold brightens the palette with a classic look of bisque.

This shapely collection of handmade cement tiles is indistinguishable from bisque. Flouting time-tested patterns, these rustic tiles offer noteworthy elegance and refined Old World, Spanish charm.

Further, our Arabesque Cement Tile offers traditional bisque colors as well as softer, contemporary shades. These Spanish- and Moorish-inspired floor tiles, with their nuanced curves and classic shapes, are sure to enhance any setting where they are used.

This collection is made to order (as are all our Arabesque Cement Tile Pavers). Because these are handmade products, these tiles are produced one at a time by skilled artisans. Therefore, a delivery time of 4-6 weeks should be expected.

Designing with Cement Tiles

Further adding to their allure is the versatility of Arabesque Cement Tiles as the perfect material for floors or walls. However, they will need to be sealed with a penetrating sealer.

As these handmade Arabesque tiles are freeze/thaw rated, in the right environment, they can used both indoors and outdoors to provide a cohesive look. Also, with an extensive Paver Color Palette, you and/or your client will be sure to find the perfect look, color and feel for the design environment.

Lastly, for a complete look at the colors, shapes, sizes and available options available with our handmade Arabesque cement tiles, we suggest downloading our Guide to Buying Handmade Cement Tiles. With 14 pages filled with images and valuable tips for buying handmade cement tile, youll not only be inspired, but youll also gain time-tested introspective thanks to the hard-earned knowledge and experience of Avente Tile company founder, Bill Buyok.

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