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 New again
Today, this style of tile is gaining popularity once again. The test of time has proven that encaustic cement floor tiles have made an everlasting impression resulting in a comeback. Here you can see beautiful and modern tile designs greatly influenced by a past era.