Fall 2017 Home Trends

Now is the perfect time to update your home for fall and turn your space into a cozy, comfy luxurious retreat. Get inspired by the top fall home trends forecasted by these industry experts.

What Type of Tile to Use for Your Next Project?

Are you confused by all of the different tile material options? You’re not alone! You can use our quick and easy quiz to find the best tile choice for your kitchen, bathroom, patio, shower, or living room.

How to Create a Cement Tile Rug Design

Cement tile flooring is very hardwearing and can be used in any room as long as the appropriate subflooring is used and the tiles are sealed to protect them.

Benefits of Cement Tile Floors

Cement tiles are a practical option for any room. Once sealed they are fairly stain resistant and offer a non-slip surface that’ll prevent you slipping, even with wet feet!

Don’t Remodel Your Bathroom Before Considering Cement Tiles

Tiles have always been a go-to material for the bathroom, but have you considered cement tile for your remodel? If not, it’s about time you do. Cement tiles have been showing up in magazines, home renovation TV shows, and décor blogs more and more, and for good reasons. 

How to Tile a Backsplash

Cement tiles are a popular choice for kitchen backsplashes for their many unique styles and ability to protect the walls from splashes and spills. Liven up your space with colorful patterns and mosaic designs, and add durability and efficiency to your kitchen with cement backsplash tiles.

How to Seal Cement Tile Grout

Cement tiles are handmade artisan products renowned for their amazing array of design possibilities and unmatched durability when compared to other tiles. Like all concrete and natural stone, cement tiles are porous. When installing cement tiles, whether on a floor or wall, they must be sealed before and after grouting to prevent the grout staining the tile.

How Concrete Tiles Can Upgrade Your Retail Space or Restaurant

When designing your retail space or restaurant, there are multiple things to consider when it comes to both practical and aesthetic designs. High traffic flooring needs to be durable with little to no need for constant maintenance. Because commercial flooring can be a big investment, you need to make sure that it can handle the necessary foot traffic your business will endure. You will also want to make sure that your space is visually appealing to your customers, and one of the best way to do this is to use tile to accentuate the color palette you wish to employ. Because of these two major demands, concrete tiling is the best option to not only have an enduring floor, but also have a visually stunning display of color to appeal to your customers.