Cement Tile Shop - Patchwork contemporary-kitchen
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Cement Tile Shop - Patchwork Contemporary Kitchen, Tampa

Cement Tile Shop - Handmade Cement Tile - Patchwork Pattern. We love this installation of our patchwork pattern on this kitchen backsplash. The customer preferred to use groupings of tile patterns instead of randomly shuffling the tiles.
Kitchen - large contemporary kitchen idea in Tampa with white cabinets, cement tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, black backsplash and an island — Houzz

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leannbinney wrote:
Can you tell what brand of range this is? - Looking for a professional style looking range for my new construction
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Hi. Unfortunately this picture was provided to us by a client and I'm not sure what appliances they used.
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it's an Ilve dual fuel range

barbalken wrote:
Where did you find these tiles? I'm in Ontario, Canada
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This is a modified version of our Patchwork pattern. http://www.cementtileshop.com/in-stock-encaustic-cement-tile/PatchworkPW-R.html

In this version the customer picked tiles from our in stock collection to make their own design.



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Karen Egly-Thompson added this to So Many Reasons to Love Cement Tiles
Cement tiles were first created in the South of France in the 1870s. They’re known by several different names, like Victorian tiles, Cuban tiles, hydraulic tiles and Mission tiles. Many people confuse cement and encaustic tiles. They look similar, but encaustic tiles have a base of clay, not Portland cement, and are fired in a kiln versus being compressed. Despite the differences, the terms are frequently used interchangeably in the marketplace. To muck things up even more, cement tiles are technically concrete tiles because they include aggregates like marble dust and a layer of sand for reinforcement. For simplicity’s sake, though, they’re referred to as cement tiles. The kitchen backsplash here shows a wide variety of traditional cement tile patterns installed in a random arrangement. Floral and Moorish geometric motifs are most prevalent.
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to 5 Head-Turning Tile Styles for Backsplashes and More
Cement tiles. Typically highly patterned with floral or Moorish geometric motifs, these tiles go by many names, such as cement tiles, Victorian tiles, Cuban tiles, hydraulic tiles and Mission tiles. They’re not made by firing, as most tiles are, but rather by compressing colored cement in molds. These beauties are not only durable but also nonslippery, environmentally friendly and completely customizable. See more on cement tiles

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