10,295 cement tile floors Outdoor Design Photos

Milieu Design
11 Reviews
A Country Place
I too would like to know what stone is used for both floor and tiles for the pool
pool house tile on deck
Bluestone deck, rodio tile and grey pool
Lap pool to cement/tile flooring
light pavers and tile
What tile did you use?
edge tile...pool tile...Clean cement layout
“nice set up” — gj2g
Elad Gonen
1 Review
What is this wall color? I'm looking for a wall color that will resemble a cement wall, like this one. Thank you!
Can you give me the name of the tile and where I can purchase? Thanks
Floor Tile: Cement tiles in plain background, for kitchen, entrance hall, front porch and back porch
Love the tile. Where can I get this? And the name please!
Floor Tile: Cement tiles in plain background, for kitchen, entrance
The patterned cement tile shown here is inset into a whole floor of gray cement field tile. Cement tile works indoors and outdoors, and looks terrific in a lanai or other area that's a transition between the two.
“Floor design” — valerie37
Doug Burch
Outdoor Dining Terrace while at BAMO, Inc.
I'm in the Midwest. Any tips on finding an encaustic tile manufacturer nearby? Thanks!
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Villa Lagoon Encaustic Tile by Lundy Wilder
like the texture of the tile. not overwhelming. would add depth to a room without being too too too....
love the tile, back house, bathroom or kitchen
floor - I really like this cement tile, possibly for bathroom
Although it's shown here in a commercial space, this cement tile pattern would add an eclectic touch to a kitchen or living room just as easily as it does here. The alternating positive and negative patterns of the individual tiles add up to a pattern that's heavy on interest but not overwhelming.
“Tile” — lhankinwilliams
Avente Tile
Alcala Cement Tile Patio
Traditional Alcala Cement Tile 8" x 8"
tiling the porch is a nice look
Great use of tile outside, very bright
Great use of tile outside, very bright.
add decorative and border tile to existing tile. Maybe vinyl
Must have, exquisite tile for porch
for use in high-traffic areas, but be careful when using it outdoors. If you live in a climate where temperatures go below freezing in the winter, cement tile's better used indoors.
“Nice floor tiles” — stuartaway123
Paul Anater
cement tile
Love the solid blue tiles-are they terra cotta? where can I find them?
Looks like Dominican Republic, I think the tile s are from Aguayo
and also the floor pillows arranged
What do you like about this photo? Tiles
Tile can pull off colors where carpet never could. If this room had blue wall-to-wall with a blue and yellow accent carpet over top it would be too much. When it's rendered in cement tile however, it's just right. So what do you think? Where might cement tile find a place in your home?
patterned tile stand in for a rug. In a family room or an outdoor living space, using patterned tile can create the same visual effect as an area rug, but it's much cooler and easier to keep clean.
An inlaid rug. A play on an area rug, this sprightly set of tiles anchors the seating arrangement with
“Coffee table” — katy315
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Coleridge Avenue
Front Porch with Rockers and Loveseat, on polished cement tile pattern floor.
pretty breezeway with spanish beams and lighting and tile
Patio covering and tiles
Lights, tile arches...arches and floor...terra-cotta tile
“arku stulpai” — marija_o
Avente Tile
Contemporary & Fun Cement Tile Patio
Contemporary & Fun Cement Tile Patio
The spiral pattern of this cement tile brings in the beach and ocean with cool blues and creates a festive and fun floor using a bright red accent. This pattern is the perfect theme for a beach patio or open-air deck.
Sterling Blue 10" x 10" Cement Tile
Espiral 10" x 10" Cement Tile
love the idea of tile for an area rug
red outdoor chairs and lovely blue tiles
More InfoCement tile Pros: Beautiful patters and colors, highly resilient Cons:
Cement tile Pros: Beautiful patters and colors, highly resilient Cons: Absorbs water, so be careful using it outdoors Cost: $9-$17 per square foot Suggested uses: Living areas, hallways, kitchens and baths Cement tile is a through-body color tile. By that I mean its surface finish is the same through
“Modern and colorful but using traditional materials” — henrybradley
Karoistanbul Encaustic Cement Tile
Karoistanbul tiles
Whittier - cement tiles for patio?
decorative cement tiles
Encaustic cement tile
encaustic cement tiles
outdoor cement tiles
handmade cement tiles
cement tile floor...Karoistanbul tiles...cement floor tiles...mosaic tiles
“cement tile floor” — lgsummergirl
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