Cement Tile Design Ideas — Spanish Tile

Cement Tile Captures Calm for Bar Backsplash

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Cement Tile Captures Calm for Bar Backsplash

Cement tile creates an eye-catching backsplash for this bar backsplash. Using a soothing two-color palette of Arabian Green and White, the design for this bar's backsplash captures your attention with it's vast expanse of pattern on a high wall.  The traditional and slightly ornate pattern is simplified with the two-color palette so the loss of detail is not missed when placed so far from the eye.  The look is pleasing and calm and makes a statement without the use of bold colors or a complex colorway.  Cement tile was a great choice to create a calm, tropical and sophisticated look...

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Cement Tile Floor Provides Rich Look on Restuarant Terrace

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Cement Tile Floor Provides Rich Look on Restuarant Terrace

Perch, located in downtown Los Angeles on the 15th floor at 448 South Hill Street, offers a glamorous and romantic rooftop setting with grand views of the city and some stunning cement tile floors. The restaurant uses several cement tile patterns including a classic cement tile rug that runs the expanse of the main dining hall. With its small plates of French-inspired cuisine and handcrafted cocktails it pays homage to France and the opulent look that only cement tile provide. A testament to the durability of these lovely, hand crafted tiles, a different pattern is on the outside terrace and...

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Cement Tile Connects Old with New at Redbird Restaurant

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Cement Tile Connects Old with New at Redbird Restaurant

LA designer Robert Weimer sought out Avente Tile to create a custom floor for this restuarant in Los Angeles, CA. Expanding on an original picket design found in the original Cathedral of St. Vibiana, he developed the theme working with concrete, a dark charcoal color and large scale to match the digs new purpose as a restuarant. Robert noted that, "There is a tile pattern in the building that is original so I decided to use that but to really increase it to a much larger scale."

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Cement Tile Simulate Classic Spanish Pavers and Add Rustic Charm

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Cement Tile Simulate Classic Spanish Pavers and Add Rustic Charm

The Zaragoza pattern from our Arabesque line of rustic, Spanish pavers provides durability with a touch of charm for this hallway. The color, Spanish Cotto, is an 80/20 blend of Cotto Dark and Cotto Gold. The Cotto Dark provides a weathered patina look to the tiles and the Cotto Gold brightens the palette with a classic look of bisque. This shapely collection of handmade cement tiles is indistinguishable from bisque. Flouting time-tested patterns, these rustic tiles offer noteworthy elegance and refined Old World, Spanish charm. Further, our Arabesque Cement Tile offers traditional bisque colors as well as softer, contemporary shades....

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Spanish Cement Tile in Flowing Arabesque Pattern Provide Elegant Bath Floor

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Spanish Cement Tile in Flowing Arabesque Pattern Provide Elegant Bath Floor

The Malaga cement tiles pattern from our Arabesque line, with its nuanced curves, enhance this bathroom floor. A more contemporary color, Hacienda, provides a softer, neutral pallet for this bathroom floor that adds interest without overpowering the design. Notice the natural variation in the color of this tile - only a handmade cement tile can provide this rich look. The tiles are set on a 1/2" grout line to accommodate the slightly irregular thickness and size of these tiles.

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