Rustic Pavers and Arabesque Hexagon Create Antique Patio

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The weathered look of antique tile and the muted color on the risers creates an Old World look that is charming for this Los Angeles patio.

Rustic Pavers and Arabesque Hexagon Create Antique Patio

Both the Rustic Pavers in a square format and Arabesque Hexagon Spanish Paver Cement Tile in Cotto Dark with a limestone finish provide the variation in color, texture and shape to give this patio an elegant, vintage charm. The different shapes, shades, and patterns create an antique feel that you might find in France.

Our Rustic Pavers have the rich look of classic clay bisque tiles that have been used in Spain, the Mediterranean, and northern Africa for centuries. With these pavers and our Arabesque Cement Tile Pavers, you get the benefit of cement in their durability and strength, a broader color palette, and sizes and shapes that can be adapted to any décor and environment

Rustic Cement Tile Design Tips

As these handmade tiles are freeze/thaw rated, in the right environment, they can used both indoors and outdoors to provide a cohesive look. The flexibility of our made-to-order Rustic Paver Tile collection is evident in its availability in either a square or rectangular format, ranging in sizes from 2"x2 to 16"x16". Once you've selected the size, you can then choose from our either our Classic or Premium Paver Color Palette.

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.

For a complete look at the colors, shapes, sizes and available options available with our handmade Arabesque and Rustic cement paver tiles, download our Guide to Buying Handmade Cement Tiles. With 14 pages of inspirational images and valuable tips for buying handmade cement tile, youll gain time-tested introspective thanks to the hard-earned knowledge and experience of Avente Tile company founder, Bill Buyok.

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