Create an original decor with cement tiles

Create an original decor with cement tiles

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Cement tiles do not date from today! They were born in the Ardèche, in Vivier, in 1850. They are 20x20 cm tiles that are placed on the wall as well as on the floor. They have the advantage of being maintained like tiling because they are today in porcelain stoneware. And these tiles will allow you to personalize your interior as you wish. Here are 3 original ideas to make your own.

Create a cement tile rug

Inspired by the Art Deco style, you can lay your cement tiles like a geometric carpet, which will have the effect of energizing the room. The idea is to create a trompe-l'oeil by placing patterned cement tiles in the center and using plain tiles to form a border. Your room will be less monotonous!

Get inspired by patchwork

For a more contemporary style, choose cement tiles united in colors like blue, red, yellow, green and black. Then place them randomly on your floor to create a "harlequin" effect. Your space will be energized so do not hesitate to use this technique in an entry, a bathroom or a small kitchen.

Use the cement tile for the splashback

Finally, also consider that the cement tiles can be installed on the walls thanks to their thickness of 8 mm. You can for example use them to create a colored splashback in the kitchen. You can make geometric shapes or opt for compositions of 2 to 4 tiles with floral interlacing.


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