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The process of making encaustic cement tiles, like these, has been around for hundreds of years, so it's no wonder that so many cultures have their own traditional styles and patterns. Pick a bold one for your kitchen and use the pattern's colors as a basis for the room's palette.
Accents like the door handle, drawer pulls and mirror play off the unique circular shape of these tiles. (They look like records, no?)
A mosaic pattern goes pure drama when done on the floors and up the walls of a bath — especially when it's in a luxurious gold tone.
The glass and marble circles that make up Artistic Tile's Effervescence line look just like the bubbles in a fizzy drink.
These tiles might be square, but they certainly aren't boring. With unexpected colors and a somewhat random pattern, a standard shape becomes wholly unique.
Something's fishy — and I mean that in the best way possible. Scalloped tiles in green look remarkably like a sea creature.