Elevations Relief Cement Tile Creates Elegant Wall

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Elevations relief cement tile creates an elegant wall with its repeating geometric teardrop shape in high relief. Shown here in a custom color designed to work with the room's palette, the tile color (Suede) originates from our Heritage Color Palette.

Elevations Relief Cement Tile Creates Elegant Wall

Our Elevations Relief Cement Wall Tile collection features hand-cast cement tiles that boast high-relief, and geometrical patterns while providing architectural and tactile value.

Perfect for accent walls, a backsplash, or interior wall coverings, the Elevations features highly sought architectural elements that all interior designs strive for when reaching for dramatic results.

Designing with Elevations Relief Cement Tile

This handmade tile collection is unique not only for its geometric shapes, in both convex and concave relief formats, but especially for its extensive color palette of more than 60 colors.

Further, with six shapes available - Drop, Concave Rectangles, Petals, 3D Hexagon, Concave Hexagons, and Angles - the edgy, contemporary designs of these high relief geometrical tiles really make a lasting impression. They are suited for wall applications and can be installed with or without grout.

Additionally, the tiles are available with a standard smooth surface or an optional waxed finish that provides a satiny sheen. The tile come pre-sealed with a penetrating sealer and are ready to install.

Lastly, we recommend you purchase strike-offs in the colors you desire before placing a full order. Allow about three weeks for strike-offs to be made and delivered. When placing a full order, allow a lead time of 8 to 10 weeks for your tiles to be crafted by hand, carefully packed and shipped. Like all our cement tiles, these shapes can be customized with your choice of colors from the Heritage Color Palette.

As always, if you have any questions, just contact us to let us know what you need.

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