What we particularly got drawn to in their daring usage of cement tile pattern and texture. Here are some of our favorite project installations, maintenance tips along with related trends that are sure to take hold this year
Cement tiles are stylish but are they strong enough for your outdoor deck or patio?
Here are some of our favorite projects and cement tile designs, along with related trends that are sure to take hold this year:
This summer season, as we explored the repository of images from the past projects, what really caught our attention were several incredible displays of decorative wall tiles our customers created in their open patio, decorative wall or outdoor deck using bespoke design we created or application of design such as Tulip, Linear Illusion or Ocean Cave from our current striking cement tile collections.
It's an important and integral part of space designing to put the external areas like the balcony, patio and garden at par with the indoor spaces. Moreover, besides being in sync between outdoor and indoor for design and aesthetics, the tile material for outdoor application should be chosen based on their durability, heat or water absorption and texture.
Now, we know that cement tiles are strong, durable products and with application of the tile sealer are designed to withstand climate hardships (chips, scratches, dirt, moisture resistant). With such a material either you DIY or hire interior/landscape designers to create a cozy, mesmerizing cement tile pattern to give you a feeling of being in nature with the Himalayas or a responsible villa resort in your backyard.
Of course, like any good thing in life, cement tiles need gentle handling and proper care. While installing, please fill the grouts and seal the tiles properly. A sealant helps tile sail through the climate hardship, making tiles impermeable to avoid soaking moisture or staining of the tile. There are cement tiles sealers with UV protection to save tiles from fading in direct sunlight, please ask your contractor or reach out to us for more information on how to install and maintain your cement tile.