Kitchen Wall Tiles: How to Add Color and Style to Your Kitchen

Kitchen Wall Tiles

Tiles are a beloved material for kitchen designs; they are durable, easy to clean and maintain, and they can add a nice dose of style. The backsplash is the most common way tiles are used in the kitchen, but there are many other ways they can add color, style, and texture to a kitchen.

Cement Tiles for Kitchen Walls

The most popular type of tile used in kitchens is the ceramic tile for its sleek, easy to clean surface and durability. But another type of tile that is just as low maintenance and even more durable is the cement tile. Unlike ceramic tiles, cement tiles are made with a hard-wearing mixture of cement, sand, pigment, and powdered minerals that is poured into molds and set with 2,000 pounds of hydraulic pressure. The result is an incredibly durable product that is not easily faded or worn. Cement tiles make a great choice for kitchen walls because they can hold up for a long time with minimal wear and maintenance while retaining their original luster. When thinking about the ways you can enhance your kitchen with wall tiles, consider the following ideas.

Create a Focal Point

Cement tile comes in an almost unlimited array of colors and patterns and you can create a really unique decorative feature for your kitchen walls. Choose one, two, or multiple cement tiles and a statement color and pattern, and install them on one of the walls in the kitchen, or as a focal point like a medallion design or patchwork pattern on a small section, like above the stove top.

Extend the Backsplash to the Walls

A popular design feature seen in many magazines is extending the kitchen wall tiles beyond the backsplash and up the entire wall. This look works well for both modern homes and traditional spaces alike, and can be very sleek and contemporary or elegant and sophisticated. Many homeowners choose a white or light neutral tone for the wall tiles to avoid overpowering the entire kitchen, and there are many cement tiles from Granada Tile company that boast a subtle pattern with a mixture of soft, serene colors that add just the right amount of wow-factor.

Tile Behind Open Shelves or Glass Panel Cabinets

If you have any open shelves in your kitchen, tiling up behind them adds an extra boost of color and style to your walls. If you have glass front cabinets, you can have tiles installed inside of them to show through the glass doors. This look adds an unexpected pop of color and texture without needing many objects on the shelves.

Tie in the Colors with Other Home Accents

You can coordinate pops of color in the other rooms in your home with your cement kitchen wall tiles. If your adjacent living room or dining room uses accents of blue, purple, or green, you can use tiles in those same colors or complementary shades to balance the spaces and tie them together. Even if you change out those colored accents in your other rooms, whether they be pillows, rugs, or art work, the colored tile in the kitchen will still provide a nice array of color and style to your kitchen. If you’d prefer to avoid bright colors in the kitchen, choose a neutral tone in an interesting pattern like a floral or Moorish mosaic for a timeless statement piece.

Incorporate a Medallion or Centerpiece on a Wall

One of the main benefits of cement tiles is the infinite amount of designs you can choose and create. With help from the Granada Tile team, buyers can create their own 100% unique custom tile, providing us with colors and patterns you want to recreate. If there’s a special décor detail, family crest or emblem, or other design element like a medallion you love, incorporate the design on one of your kitchen walls to create a work of art.

Think Pattern: Stripes and Checkerboard

Be unique and skip the paint or wallpaper for your kitchen walls. Instead, tile them all completely and use cement tiles in a pattered layout to mimic more conventional wall coverings. You can have cement tiles laid in stripes with two different colors, laid in a geometric pattern, or in a checkerboard pattern. For your kitchen, you can wow with style and combat messes with stylish and durable tiled walls.

Cement wall tiles offer both exceptional style and durability for the room of the house where you relax with your family and host elegant dinner parties. Take inspiration from our ideas for using tile to add color and style to your kitchen and design a space you love to look at as much as you love to live in.

The cement tile experts at Granada Tile are waiting to help you choose the perfect tile design and layout for your kitchen walls. Give us a call today!

Granada Tile’s Fez Cement Tile Adds A Beach Vibe

Get That Beach Feeling With Fez Cement Tile

This update of a beach home in Lincoln City, Oregon designed by blogger Lisa Ng of This Beautiful Day gets a seaside vibe from our Fez cement tiles in blue and white. Covering the floor of this coastal property, they’re a perfect pairing with the rustic vanity from Wayfair. Designed as a AirBnB rental, we’ve no doubt that it’ll be a popular spot with vacationers. In our opinion, our Fez cement tiles give it that something extra that makes it appealing. Plus their craftsmanship and durability ensures that they’ll be bright and beautiful for years to come. We think they’re an excellent investment!

Fez cement tile in the bathroom of a beach home from This Beautiful Day Blog

It’s no wonder Granada Tile’s Fez cement tiles are so popular! They’re the chameleons of the concrete tile world, able to fit into many styles, from bohemian to beachy, exotic to modern and graphic. However, our Fez concrete tiles are only one of our many tile patterns. We’ve got over 40 vibrant colors and 400 eye-catching designs for you to choose from. Check out our interactive catalogue or peruse our cement tile shop to see our large selection of in-stock handmade master-crafted cement tiles. And, of course, we’re here to help you make a decision. By the same token, you can call us at 213-788-4238. We’d feel happy to help you decide which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your project. We know you’ll fall in love with your new cement tiles even before the grout dries.

Choose Granada Cement Tile For A Splendid Shower

Start Your Day With A Stupendous Shower

Houzz recently included Granada Tile in a round up up fifty fabulous showers. It’s inspired us to do our own round-up of the incredible showers that are possible with Granada Tile’s concrete tile. Of course, we won’t deny that we’re biased. Without a doubt, our encaustic tiles are stunning in the shower. First of all, there’s their beautiful colors and patterns! With over 40 colors and 400 eye-catching designs, we’re certain there’s one style that will sing to you. And then, there’s the way that they feel underfoot. They’ve been described as soft, velvety and silky. Here’s a few ideas to get you going! Save them to your idea board (and find us) on Houzz or to your bathroom pinboard on Pinterest.

Granada Tile's solid color cement tile is the bathroom tile in Mike D's Malibu home

Solid color cement tiles in the home of Beastie Boy Mike D, designed by Barbara Bestor

Cement Tile Outdoor Shower

Our blue and white Fez cement tile (available and in stock)

Alhambra concrete tiles, also in blue and white

Tunis concrete tiles

Normandy cement tiles, available and in stock, in a French-tinged master bathroom, designed by Jaimee Rose

Granada Tile Company's Fez cement tile in black and white brings drama to a small bathroom

Black and white Fez cement tile shower, available and in stock, designed by Gianna’s Interiors

Ready to start designing your new shower stall? Check our interactive catalogue to play with colors. Or you can peruse our cement tile shop (where we have a large selection of in-stock handmade master-crafted cement tiles). Of course, we’re here to help you make a decision. By the same token, you can call us at 213-788-4238. Let us help you decide which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your project. We know you’ll fall in love with your new cement tiles even before the grout dries.

Domino Predicts Bathroom Trends For 2017

Check Out These Bathroom Trends Before You Remodel

Are you considering a bathroom remodel this year? What color scheme should you choose? Should you go for bold color or stick with white? What about lighting? Faucet design? Steam shower? So many decisions! Good thing it’s the time of year when the shelter magazines round up the best bathroom trends of the year. First up, Domino Magazine. Of course, we won’t be shy! Patterned tile and bold color are front and center!

Granada Tile's Normandy cement tiles in grey and white in a bathroom by Jaimee Rose Interiors

Especially hot are patterns influenced by Moorish and Mediterranean design. Blue and white and black and white are big. Or try an unusual color scheme! And handmade cement tiles are definitely the way to go. Granada Tile’s cement tiles hit all these marks.

We’ve got over 40 vibrant colors and 400 eye-catching designs for you to choose from. Check out our interactive catalogue or peruse our cement tile shop to see our large selection of in-stock handmade master-crafted cement tiles. And, of course, we’re here to help you make a decision. By the same token, you can call us at 213-788-4238. We’d feel happy to help you decide which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your project.

We’re sure you’ll fall in love with your new cement tiles before the grout dries.

Bathroom Tiles In A Beastie Boy’s Malibu Home

Colorful Bathroom Tiles in a Malibu Home as seen in Architectural Digest

In our opinion, Beastie Boy Mike D’s Malibu home is the epitome of California cool. As a matter of fact, it’s designed by Barbara Bestor of Bestor Architecture, one of our favorite architects. Incidentally, she used our Fez cement tile over a decade ago in Silver Lake’s Intelligensia Coffee. Naturally, she turned to Granada Tile for the bathroom tile in this colorful home. Strangely enough, she once again chose her favorite blueGranada Tile's solid color cement tile is the bathroom tile in Mike D's Malibu homeAbove, bright blue solid cement tiles cover the walls of the outdoor shower. Meanwhile, Serengeti cement tiles in blue and white evoke the ocean in another bathroom. Granada Tile's Serengeti cement tile is the bathroom tile in Mike D's Malibu homeWe have over 40 vibrant colors and 400 eye-catching designs. Furthermore, we have solid color, terrazzo, mini, terracotta-like and hex-shaped tiles. Additionally, cement tiles are long lasting, easy care and low maintenance. Why not start by checking out our interactive catalogue. No doubt you’ll want to visit our cement tile shop to peruse our large selection of in-stock handmade master-crafted cement tiles. By the same token, you can call us at 213-788-4238. We’d feel happy to help you decide which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your project.

Granada Tile’s Cement Mini Tiles Are On Trend

Rely on Granada Tile’s cement mini tiles to bring the mushroom trend into your home

Elle Decor is calling it: mushroom is a trend. Accordingly, Granada Tile’s cement tiles can bring it into your home. Try it small, using our cement mini tiles. Or try it big using our hex concrete tiles. Shell, taupe, latte and grey are the four standard colors we offer that pick up on this neutral yet earthy color. The mini concrete tiles shown here are grey and whiteGranada Tile's short accordion hopscotch mini tiles in grey and whiteFurthermore, it’s a color that offers subdued glamor, timeless beauty and “live forever potential”.  Granada Tile's Normandy cement tiles in grey and white in a bathroom by Jaimee Rose InteriorsDo you prefer neutrals or brights? Do you live for solids or intricate patterns? Looking for mini tiles, square tiles or hexagons? Be that as it may, Granada Tile has a concrete tile for you. Furthermore, they’re long lasting, easy care and low maintenance. We’ve got over 40 colors and 400 designs for you to choose from. Visit our cement tile shop to peruse our large selection of in-stock handmade master-crafted cement tiles. Many of our encaustic tile designs are ready to ship out to you today. Check out our interactive catalogue. Then call us at 213-788-4238 to discuss which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your home or restaurant project. We’re sure you’ll fall in love before the grout dries!

The 2016 Kitchen Trends We’ll See in 2017

The Kitchen Trends of 2016 Per House Beautiful

When it comes to kitchen trends, cement tiles are still under the radar. But not for long. Thumbing through House Beautiful’s list of the kitchen trends that exploded in 2016, we were intrigued to spot concrete tile in three of the ten slides!
cement tiles poised for breakthrough in 2017In fact, we spotted our Fez cement tile in black and white in this kitchen. Used as the backsplash, it certainly makes the contrasting colors of this farmhouse kitchen pop. Incidentally, cement tiles pair beautifully with the kitchen trends noted here: gold and brass, bistro-inspired counter stools and hidden appliances. Other kitchen trends include; contrasting colors, open shelving, vintage-inspired pendants, giant islands and farmhouse sinks. Arguable, concrete tiles work with them all!Granada Tile's Fez cement tile in black and white shines as the backsplash in this kitchen

In other words, cement tiles are timeless. Their beautiful designs and vivid colors have graced the floors and walls of European capitols for decades. With over 40 colors and 400 designs for you to choose from, we’ve got the perfect pattern for you. Check out our interactive catalogue. Many of our most popular concrete tiles are available in stock in our cement tile shop. For example, the black and white Fez encaustic tile seen above is ready to ship out to you immediately. Call us at 213-788-4238 to discuss which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your home or restaurant project

Granada Tile’s Serengeti Cement Tile In A Modern Kitchen

Whatever your decor style, Granada Tile fits your life

Granada Tile's Serengeti Cement Tile is the backsplash for a modern kitchen

Whatever your style, Granada Tile has a tile for you. Granda Tile’s concrete tile is beautiful. It’s also — no pun intended — versatile. Is your style traditional or modern or somewhere in between? No doubt we have a tile pattern just for you. Are you looking for something colorful or do you prefer neutrals? An complex design or something simple? For example, just take a look at this beautiful Serengeti cement tile backsplash in this modern home in Palm Springs designed by Duane Smith of Hundred Mile House and seen on Houzz

Granada Tile's Serengeti Cement Tile is the backsplash for a modern kitchen

Granada Tile’s Santander cement tiles show off their modern style.  The sharp lines of the concrete tile design, its graphic black and white covering and the warmth of the cement material are a perfect match for the home’s angles, the wood used throughout the home and its inviting coloring. Setting the encaustic tiles in a random pattern gives the kitchen a wonderful playfulness that is matched by the free-form shape of the lamps.

Granada Tile's Serengeti Cement Tile is the backsplash for a modern kitchenThere’s a Granada Tile cement tile pattern to fit every style, every room and every facet of your personality. Our tiles have beautiful designs and vivid colors. They’re long lasting, easy care and low maintenance. For these reasons, Granada Tile is perfect for your home tile project. Versatile, it can be used as patio tile or porch tile. Try Granada Tile in your kitchen as floor tile or backsplash tile. Of course, our tiles are the perfect bathroom tile, shower tile or laundry room tile. Get started today. Visit our cement tile shop to peruse our large selection of in-stock handmade master-crafted cement tiles. Many of our most popular concrete tile design are in stock and ready to ship out to you immediately! Not sure which of our over 400 patterns to pick? We’d be delighted to help you chose the perfect design to accentuate the beauty of your project. Call us today at 213-788-4238 to discuss which of our encaustic tile designs would be best. We’re sure you’ll fall in love with them before the grout even dries!

28 Ways to Use Cement Tiles to Transform Your Home

28 Ways to Use Cement Tiles to Transform Your Home

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According to an article in the New York Times, tiles are the new most popular trend in home décor and renovation. But not just any tile. While not a new invention, cement tile is catching the eye of homeowners and designers all across the country. No matter if your style is traditional, contemporary or eclectic, cement tiles offer something for everyone, including the not-so design inclined who are more focused on practical features and benefits.

The most traditional way to use tile is on the floors, but homeowners are getting creative and using this stylish material in many unique places for bold impacts and eye-catching accents. Read our guide and get inspired by all of the ways you can use artisan cement tiles to transform the spaces in your home.

Cement Tiles For The Front Yard

Take a moment to picture the front of your house. What kind of a first impression do you want to give? What type of an experience do you want to provide? While landscaping adds natural beauty, hardscape features are not affected by time or Mother Nature and can make a significant impact on your home’s curb appeal. Cement tiles are a great option if you want to boost the appearance of your outdoor space with something that is durable and can withstand nasty weather, chips and high usage.

Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

1. Retaining Walls and Gated Entry

Transform less-than wow-worthy retaining walls into gorgeous works of art that look regal and expensive. Look to historical estates and manors for inspiration and give yourself and guests a grand entrance to your home with a gated entry with cement tiled walls.

Design:  Jennifer Hamelet, Mirador Builders

2. An Archway Over the Driveway

Take your gated entry design a step further with an archway over the gate entrance. Stand out among your neighbors and help welcome your guests inside your home with an amazing cement tile design around your doorway.

Design: Michael Canty
Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

3. Front Walkway and Steps

Who says walkways and front steps have to be plain cement or bricks? Cement tiles offer the same level of durability and weather resistance but with all the style and creativity you love for the inside of your home.

Cement Tiles For Inside Your Home

Wow your guests as soon as they walk through the front door with hand-crafted cement tiles. If you want to create a jaw-dropping first impression, choose a bold color scheme and pattern. But that doesn’t have to mean bright colors. A classic black and white combination is both elegant and striking and will set the tone for the rest of the home.

Design:  Steve Jones
Photographer:  Marcia Prentice

4. The Foyer Floor

You can tile the entire floor of the foyer using a single design, or create a runner using two different tile designs. Choose a fun pattern for the strip that will mimic a floor runner and a simpler or solid tile to anchor the look.

Design:  Von Fitz Design
Photographer:  Bethany Nauert

5. The Living Room Floor

The living room is often the largest room in the home and offers a plentitude of opportunities to put your creativity to work using cement tiles. Hardwoods are the most common flooring material, but they are expensive and prone to wear and tear, scratches and fading. Cement tile is much more resilient than hardwood and offers a myriad of designs. Use a single tile design all over the living room floor, use two different styles with one as a border, or create the look of carpets with at least two different styles, laid out in squares.

6. Living Room Walls

For many homeowners, the living room is the favorite place to show off prized works of art, gorgeous antique mirrors, and family pictures. You can create your own art pieces and enhance others you already have by tiling the walls of the living room with cement tiles. Use a single solid colored tile all over the wall, make built-in shelves pop with background cement tile, use multiple styles on a feature wall, or frame pictures or paintings with cement tile borders.

Design: Michael Canty
Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

7. Stairs

Stairs often get overlooked when it comes to decorating. But you have some real opportunities to turn them into an unexpected statement piece. Use a fun patterned cement tile on the risers of a staircase to add some major design envy. Make it extra fun and alternate a few different designs on each step.

Design: Studio Matsalla
Photographer: Design Milk

8. The Fireplace

Fireplaces are often the main focal point in a room. Make your fireplace even more of a stunning feature and tile the front with a patterned cement tile. Depending on your favorite design aesthetic, you can go bold and modern with a large pattern design in black and white, choose a colorful more intricate design for a traditional home, or blend the two for something whimsical.

9. Study Areas

Cement tiles make a huge impact on the main areas of your home, but they are also perfect for adding a touch of whimsy in the small spaces. Tile the walls of a study nook with cement tiles in an inspiring pattern and color combination.

10. The Kitchen Floor

Kitchens deal with heavy foot traffic, spills, dropped plates, and more activity on a daily basis. Cement tiles are resistant to moisture, chips, and heavy usage, and offer plenty of room for creativity. Cover the entire floor for practical measures and then add some interest with a faux rug in front of the sink and a border around the base of the island with cement tiles.

Gorgeous Decorative Tile Ideas, Better Homes and Gardens

11. The Kitchen Backsplash and Walls

Next to the countertop material, the backsplash is one of the areas in the kitchen most carefully deliberated. Cement tiles are timeless yet interesting, durable, naturally water-resistant and offer more design options than any other backsplash material. Choose a classic white or gray tile, or have some fun and choose a colorful pattern for the right amount of pop. Where you don’t have upper cabinets, tile the wall of the kitchen as an extension of the backsplash.

Design:  Ariel Fox Design
Photographer: Manolo Langis

12. The Kitchen Island

Another unexpected place to incorporate cement tiles is on the island. This creative attention to detail will blow away all who see it.

Design:  Tamara K. Honey, House of Honey

13. The Dining Room

The dining room is one of the select spaces in the home that demands wow-factor. Create a border around the dining room table with two or more cement tile designs, and consider tiling the walls as well for extra drama.

14. The Bar Area

To complement the elegance of the dining room, add some play in your bar area with a bold cement tile pattern underneath the counter top and behind the bar on the walls.

Design: Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Photographer: Lincoln Barbour

15. The Bathroom Floors

Ironically, bathing isn’t always the cleanest of activities. Combat water damage and mold with cement tiles that are moisture-resistant and non-slippery for your bathroom floors.

Design:  Pfau Long Architecture

16. The Bathroom Walls

You might as well take extra precaution and tile the entire bathroom from floor to ceiling with wall cement tiles. Not only is this a practical choice but the look is stunning. Match the floor tiles with the walls tiles, choose two or three complementary designs and wrap a stripe around the wall for accent.

Design:  Hope Alexander
Photographer:  Elizabeth Daniels Photography

17. Shower

The shower needs the most moisture fighting power and cement tiles couldn’t be a better or more stylish option. If the rest of the bathroom is simple and subdued, tile the entire shower, floor to ceiling, in a bold pattern.

Design: House of Honey
Photographer: Melissa Valladares

18. Downstairs Entertainment Room

While the upper part of the home needs to all blend and complement a certain aesthetic, the downstairs area may lend a little more room for creativity. Do something totally unexpected and unique in the entertainment hub with two different flooring materials that blend into one. Think hardwoods on one area with honeycomb shaped cement tiles that piece-by-piece transition into a floor of solid tile. This design is not something you’ll see at any of your friends’ homes.

Design:  Hatch Works

19. The Laundry Room Floor

Combine practicality and chemical-resistant materials with a chic design on the laundry room floor using cement tiles.

Laundry Room Backsplash

Design:  Potted

20. Laundry Room Backsplash

Install cement tiles on the backsplash in your laundry room and tie it into the floor using the same solid colored tile for a soothing, serene atmosphere in white or light gray, or make laundry time something you look forward to with a fun pattern.

Cement Tiles For the Back Yard

The backyard of your home is full of opportunities for you to make it your own retreat. Whether you picture yourself throwing parties that last well into the evening, or relaxing while listening to the sounds of nature, you can design the elements around you and create your ideal environment with the help of beautiful and weather-proof cement tiles.

Design:  Jennifer Hamelet, Mirador Builders

21. The Back Patio

Chip and moisture-resistant cement tile is an excellent choice for an outdoor patio floor. It can hold up to the weather, heavy foot traffic, and scuffling of furniture without cracking, chipping and losing its luster.

Balcony Cement Tiles

Design:  Jill Burnham

22. Balcony

Turn the floor of your balcony into something extra special with luxury cement tile. Keep it simple or use two or more designs to create an intricate border detail.

23. Outdoor Walkways

Cement tiles add magic to a garden when used over winding walkways, and they can stand up to Mother Nature much better than wood or plain concrete.

24. Built-in Seating

Create wrap-around seating around a fire pit, fireplace, or along the base of a privacy wall. Cover the seats and backs with cement tiles and admire your custom, magazine-worthy built-in outdoor seating.

Cement Tile Outdoor Bar

Design:  Courtney Riley

25. Outdoor Bar

Every great outdoor entertainment space needs an impressive bar area. It might be next to your BBQ, underneath a pergola or covered porch, or under a Tiki hut next to the pool. No matter where your bar is, turn it into something spectacular with top quality cement tiles in a custom design.

Cement Tile Outdoor Kitchen

26. Outdoor Kitchen

One of the hottest trends in home design is blurring the lines between indoors and out. If you’ve been dreaming about your own outdoor kitchen, consider using durable cement tiles underneath the counter, on the floor and as the backsplash.

27. Pool Exterior

Non-slippery cement tiles in a fun pattern are the best looking and most practical material for the area around the pool. Even if your pool design isn’t custom, you can make it seem like it is with one-of-a-kind cement tiles.

Cement Tile Outdoor Shower

Design: Adrianna Lopez
Photographer: Marcia Prentice

28. Outdoor Shower

Some of life’s greatest pleasures are the simple things. One of these little luxuries is an outdoor shower surrounded by lush greenery and natural sunlight. Tile it using cement tiles and turn it into a luxurious spa treatment.

Cement tiles can transform just about any room inside and outside your home into your unique vision. To help you choose your perfect cement tile design, read this handy guide from Granada Tile. Get inspired by looking through the cement tile collections, or create your own cement tile with the help of our design professionals! Get in touch today!

Have You Seen This Tunis Cement Tile Bathroom?

A cement tile mystery we need your help solving!  Do you know who designed this bathroom? We stumbled across a photo of this serene bathroom, lined in our Tunis cement tiles, but can’t remember where we first saw it. Modern and timeless, the simple yet impactful space combines our Tunis encaustic tiles with warm wood accents, quirky lighting, and classic Hammam-style fringed towels. The result is a space with bohemian flair and a zen vibe.WhoAmI-It’s no mystery. The secret to a beautiful space starts with a foundation of our cement tile patterns. Many of our most popular concrete tile designs, like our Fez encaustic tile in blue and white, our Serengeti concrete tiles in black and cream, and our Cluny cement tiles in black and white, are in stock and ready to ship out to you immediately! The qualities that make Granada Tile’s cement tiles the choice of award-winning coffee shops and hot restaurants around the country — along with their beautiful designs and vivid colors, our concrete tile is long lasting, easy care and low maintenance — are the same ones that make it perfect for your home tile project, whether used as patio tile, porch tile, kitchen floor tile, kitchen backsplash tile, bathroom tile, shower tile or laundry room tile. Start by visiting our cement tile shop to peruse our large selection of in-stock handmade master-crafted cement tiles and then call us today at 213-788-4238 to discuss which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your home or restaurant project. We’re sure you’ll fall in love with them before the grout even dries!