Patterned cement tiles were first manufactured in the mid-nineteenth century. Originally used on the walls, floors and even roofs for artwork, they quickly became a creative element in many homes.
Cement tiles are unique in the way they are manufactured. A combination of cement, marble powder, water and sand makes these tiles highly durable and even eco-friendly. The absence of heat in the manufacturing process is what makes these tiles different from the rest.
In addition to it’s natural features, these tiles come in an array of beautiful (sometimes handmade) patterns! Add some vintage flare to your contemporary kitchen for a touch of juxtaposition.