One of today's interior design trend is to integrate indoor and outdoor spaces to generate a more seamless transition from one space to another. This generates a cohesiveness of spaces that were traditionally designed to be contrasts of each other. The tile industry has evolved and adapted to this design trend. A 2cm (3/4") thick porcelain tile has been developed by the most innovative and avant-garde factories in the world to provide architects, designers and end users to c
Cement tiles are handmade colorful tiles used as floor coverings. They appeared in France in the 1850s, and have been widely used in Europe and America.
They are sometimes mistakenly called encaustic tile, which refers to kiln-fired clay tile. Cement tiles are not fired; there is no glaze layer on the surface of the tile. They derive their durability from the combination of finely dehydrated ground Portland cement layer and a more coarse layer of sand and cement. The pigment