Cement Tile, also known as Encaustic Cement Tile, is made of a mixture of concrete and mineral pigments. Available in classic black & white or a variety of colors, our cement tiles are artistic handmade products that offer a wide range of designs.
Cement tiles are perfect for enriching your kitchen or bathroom spaces. The wide range of designs we offer enables our customers to create their dream rooms, from modern sophisticated spaces to warm and welcoming homes.
While the most typical size is 12x12, our tiles come in many shapes and sizes. We offer a selection of shapes, such as squares, rectangles, and octagons.
Our featured rustic tiles have the appeal of no two tiles being the same. They come in a variety of sizes, thickness, color variations, and crazing (fine surface cracks) due to their handmade nature. In addition, our terracotta cement tiles come from Spain and Italy.
- Easy to install, clean, and maintain.
- Extremely durable and long-lasting.
- Guaranteed lifetime after sell service.
Areas of use
We supply all kinds of tiles for the floors and walls of residential and commercial installations. Cement tiles are perfect for residential kitchens or bathroom floors, offering functionality, durability, and design.
For commercial uses, our tiles can be found in hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, retail shops, and multi-unit apartment buildings. Many resorts use our cement tiles for exterior areas, such as walkways, sunroofs, and outdoor seating.
One of the best attributes of our cement tiles is how easy they are to install and maintain.
We recommend a cement mortar bed for installation. We do not sell the tiles in a single piece. The color of a real cement tile may differ from the appearance on an electronic screen. Before placing a whole box order, we are happy to send a sample first.
For maintenance, clean with a mild cleanser and damp cloth. Do not use corrosive cleaners. Some glazes are acid-sensitive, so do not use cleaner with an acid-based since these may cause discoloring. Tiles may be sealed with a penetrating sealer. Make sure to test the sealer on a small area first before fully applying.