Everything you need to know about Cement Tiles

Cement tiles offer timeless appeal but before you get your heart set on them, it’s wise to consider where you’ll be placing them and what kind of maintenance and care is involved. Here we answer our most commonly asked questions about cement tiles. Where do cement tiles originate from? Cement tiles were first created in

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Porcelain or Ceramic? How to know what is best for your project

What is the difference between porcelain and ceramic tiles?  We get asked this question a lot!  Tile terminology can sometimes be confusing and to understand this better we need to look at  the process of how tiles are made. How are tiles made?  Most tiles are manufactured using clay and other materials. They are then

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Inspired by Nature

Raw and natural, Montone creates the perfect blend of aesthetic features of typical stone such as colour variation, veining and grains. Nero captures the true essence of colour variation and contrasting patterns typical in natural slate. Bianco is inspired by the stunning aesthetic features of typical travertine such as linear movement, veining and graining. Grigio

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Tiles alive with texture and pattern

Intonaco tiles mix texture with brilliant detailed patterns to achieve a subtle yet effective patchwork design. Intonaco takes its inspiration from the effects created by the long tradition of block printing used in mid-century wallpapers. Block printing is the technique of carving a design into a block, placing into a dye and then printing onto

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The beauty of natural stone

Natural stone tiles has been used in homes since ancient times to create exclusive and opulent statements, today it is highly sought after for achieving a luxurious and timeless effect. The true beauty of natural stone is in its unique colour, toning and textural variation. Each individual tile is distinctive in its appearance, characteristics and

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Cement Tile – Timeless Appeal

Discovered in the 1800s cement floor tiles have provided an unsurpassed living experience, embellishing homes, mansions, palaces and important public buildings throughout Europe, Asia and America. For example, Casa Batlló, built between the years of 1904 and 1906, has cement floor tiles decorating many of its rooms, passageways, and terraces. Introducing ‘Concrete’ – Old is

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