Cement Tile Design Ideas

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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Custom Colors Add Zing to Classic Pattern and Rug

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Custom Colors Add Zing to Classic Pattern and Rug

Choosing their own color palette and working with our classic Bayahibe pattern, this Oakland, California customer really added some pizazz to this room. After purchasing a Heritage Color Chip set, the customer was able to finalize the blue, brown and neutral colors that worked best for them. Working with high contrast colors on a neutral background, a visually bold look is maintained that gets your attention. The rug takes up most of the living space in this room. The colors in the pattern are Sandy Brown, Bayou Waters, Royal Blue, Terra Cotta, and Amber White. Amber White, a warm white,...

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Cement Tile Floor Creates Elegant Banquet Hall for Brooklyn Hotel

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Cement Tile Floor Creates Elegant Banquet Hall for Brooklyn Hotel

Using a simple hexagon tile pattern and classic black and white colors, the Wythe Hotel, in Brooklyn, New York creates and elegant, sophisticated banquet hall. The private dining room in the Wythe Hotel features an enclosed cellar-level space with original vaulted brick ceilings, and handmade cement tile floors in monochromatic tones of black and white. The tiles, from our Mission Collection, offer understated elegance and charm to the hotel's dining area. Designed to accommodate 45 guests for dinner or meetings, or 65 guests for cocktails, the 500-square-foot area provides the perfect intimate space within a commercial or hospitality setting. With...

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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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