Make an Impact with a Cement Tile Floor Rug
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Using our Classic Collection of Cement Tile, this homeowner's dining room floor now features a long-lasting, easy-to-maintain focal point of a cement tile rug.
This Classic Collection of Cement Tile includes geometric designs and stylistic floral patterns not only in classic black and white, but also in vibrant colors with European style and flair.
To create an even larger focal point for your cement tile floor rug, you can add interest with borders of different colors and sizes by using Classic Solid Color Handmade Cement Tile.
Cement Tile Tip
Cement tiles can be installed on wooden sub-floors. For residential flooring applications, we recommend you install cement tiles on a backer board with a 1/2" plywood sub-floor above the floor boards.
However, if the house is on a hill or is an older home and subject to settling, the floor may suffer some damage due to movement over time. This slow movement or settling may cause some tiles to break over time; but, it is very rare.
Most importantly, an extremely level surface is critical for any cement tile floor installation.
For commercial applications, we recommend that you only install over a flat, level and stable cured concrete surface.
Additional Cement Tile Rug Ideas
For more flooring inspiration, see what these designers created using handmade cement tile:
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