Sosua Tile Rug for Formal Dining Area

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Handmade Cement Tile floors are the perfect complement to any room. In this example, the homeowners chose the Traditional Sosua cement tile pattern that not only accentuates the formality of the dining room, it also maintains the warm Spanish feeling throughout their home.

Sosua Tile Rug for Formal Dining Area

Their needs were met by combining two of our cement tile patterns. The brilliantly hued Sosua Cement Tile pattern was used for the field, or rug, pattern, while the vividness of our Traditional Malaga Cement Tile was used for the border. Simulating Spanish pavers, solid color cement tiles in a red bisque color were used throughout the dining area. Browse through our Heritage Solid Color Cement Tile to choose the perfect complementary shade for your design.

Cement Tile Design Tip

Add a custom look and feel to any room with a little creativity, such as: cutting cement tile in half for borders; alternating with stone; or by combining with large format ceramic or porcelain tile. Not only will you add interest and panache to the room, but youll also create a one-of-a-kind look, which is exactly what many clients desire.

For more cement tile design inspiration, check our pages on, our boards on Pinterest, and browse through dozens of our Cement Tile Design Ideas portfolio page.

Cement Tile Installation Tip

Cement tiles can be installed on wooden sub-floors. For residential applications, we recommend you install cement tiles on a backer board with a 1/2" plywood sub-floor above the floor boards.

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.

Please refer to our Cement Tile FAQs page, or our Cement Tile Installation Guide for additional information. You can also call our offices Monday through Friday (9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PST) at 888.739.4972, or email us at Avente Tile.

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