Traditional Bayahibe C (black and white colorway) cement tile with a polished finish in an 8-in format graces this powder room wall.
Photo: Courtesy of Avente Customer Laurie Suarez
- "Just wanted to send you a picture of the finished powder room. The Black and White Bayahibe looks awesome. We just love it!"
- Laurie S.
San Clemente, CA
Designing with Cement Tile
Designing with cement tile means taking a vision, idea or surrounding complementary area, and making it come to life. In this installation, the cement tile pattern is centered, and all cuts are near the edge of the wall. Why? So that your eye naturally focuses on the main field pattern.
For ideas and visual inspiration on how cement tiles can enhance any room or setting, we invite you to visit our page on houzz.com, see what we've been pinning onto our Pinterest boards, and browse through dozens of our Cement Tile Design Ideas.
Cement Tile Design Tips
Our experience and knowledge of cement tiles spans more than a decade. With that knowledge, comes a portfolio that we're more than happy to share. Whether you're just in the planning stages, or have decided on a color palette, we're here to help you. See our Cement Tile Installation Guide for further details, or watch a slide show of all the Cuban Heritage Cement Tile Designs and be ready to be inspired.
Rest assured that if you don't see a specific cement tile color combination in our catalog or within our design ideas, you can utilize our Cement Tile Customization Services using colors from our Heritage Colors of cement tile.
Lastly, cement tile is different in many respects from ceramic tile. It's these differences that often surprise people. To prevent any type of unexpected situation, we recommend downloading our Guide to Buying Handmade Cement Tile which details everything you need to know before buying cement tile.