With an abundance of timeless flair to complement any stylish interior, it’s no surprise encaustic cement tiling has become a staple of the modern interior designer. A typical feature of art nouveau, cement tiling has a vast and colorful history. Considered both strong and affordable, cement was pioneered as housing flooring in the Industrial Revolution. But it became wildly popular in the early 20th century, especially in workspaces. Available in standard geometric patterns, or versatile enough to support intricate decoration, cement tiling can also be seen cropping up in the gorgeous creations of Antonio Gaudi, and later donning the streets of his Barcelona.
However, creating beauty with patterned flooring is certainly not a modern idea. Traveling back as far as ancient Pompeii we can see gorgeous cement-patterned flooring making an appearance. Over time the style has evolved to include more abstract patterns and mature ornamentation. With cement, a sleek yet homely matte finish, and standard colors including softening gray tones, there is a world of opportunity for interior design.
Cement Tiling is Well and Truly On-Trend for 2021
Pattern tile is still something of a bold move, even where practical and long-lasting material is a given. Flooring is, of course, one of the biggest decisions when renovating any room. And, you’ll probably only get one shot, so second-guessing yourself is common.
Brown, Light Brown, Beige Polished Grave Cement Tile
Brown, Beige Polished Allegro Cement Tile
Cement patterned flooring for homes hasn’t lost its appeal just yet, and it doesn’t look like it will any time soon, which makes it a safe bet for timeless renovations, and peace of mind. Cement tiling is the perfect fit for those who don’t want to be overly bold but still certainly want to make a statement.
With increasingly intricate designs, a delicate feel contrasts what most people’s minds conjure up when they imagine cement tiling. These tiles don’t tend to look dated, which means they’re always a safe, yet sophisticated choice. Not to mention, any room can benefit from cement tiling, thanks to its versatile nature. Perhaps you can utilize a more muted tone to really open out space. And you can create a canvas with a character for more statement furniture.
Embrace Modernity with a Longtime Favorite Tiling Material
The Country Floors Modern Encaustic Floor Tile Collection delivers six beautiful patterns. They are all in a smooth and delicate neutral color palette. These interlocking designs feature a perfectly polished surface for an extra sleek feel. And also they are suitable for any interior floor application, with swift installation.
For use in kitchens to offer a retro theme, or for a wondrous vintage bathroom, perfect for the classic, candle-lit bathing, bright and early mornings, or everything in between, the brown, and beige Polished Allegro Cement tiles offer an option malleable enough to suit whatever style you may require. However, if you really want to make a statement with a sublime art nouveau twist, the Polished Grave Cement Tiles offer a grand interlock of geometric tones. With brown, light brown, and beige hues, the tiling compliments an array of bathroom fixtures.
Encaustic Floor Tile Designs
For living rooms and dining spaces, creating space with tiling is all the more important. A cramped atmosphere is a stumbling block of even the most beautiful designs if you can not execute them correctly. We designed the Polished Bel Canto Cement tiles meticulously to add light and space, to whatever room you are looking to give a fresh twist to. A delicate yet dauntless design, it’s certainly eye-catching enough to hold its own among the furniture. It is also sophisticated enough to fall into the background of any story you need to create.
The Country Floors vast range of cement tiling for gorgeous floors truly encompasses all rooms in its scope. And the patterns only get more gorgeous from there. For an increasingly striking pattern, encased in gentle brown, light brown, beige, and gray coloring, the Country Floors Arietta Cement tiles carry the beauty of a mosaic at a fraction of the price. The Capella and Presto patterns are also well worth considering for timeless sophistication.
A Note From Our Designers
Earthy palettes can create a warm and relaxing living space; however, using too many similar tones can make your room feel a little drab. To avoid this, balance out space with a combination of warm and cool tones and break up dark colors with accent shades. Indoor plants are ideal for adding a pop of color while still keeping that natural vibe. Finish the look with plenty of textured soft furnishings and accessories.
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