Cement tiles are making a big comeback in decoration! Multicolored or tone-on-tone, on the floor or on the wall, their fine patterns can be found in any room of the house, for a vintage and dynamic style. Discover in pictures how to apply this trend at home.
1. Apartment with decorative cement tiles on the walls
The trend has gone around the world, proof with this apartment in Vietnam, a large part of the walls of which is covered with Secoin brand ceramics which display the famous patterns. From the living room to the kitchen (for the splashback), via the bedrooms, the cement tile serves as a common thread in the decoration of this interior.
2. Imitation cement tiles in laminate flooring
Saint Maclou also offers this very beautiful laminate floor brilliantly resuming the patterns of cement tile through an astonishing patchwork.
3. Gray cement tiles in a kitchen
The wall of this kitchen has been completely covered with gray cement tile patterned tiling. The yellow SMEG refrigerator contributes to the vintage nod to the decor. It matches the yellow floor lamp that lights up the table.
4. Black and white cement tiles in a bathroom
Here the cement tile has invaded some walls and the floor (including that of the walk-in shower). The brick wall plays a contrasting effect.
5. Tile imitation cement tile
The cement tile spirit is also available in large format, as in this living room where the tiles cross the room like a long carpet.
6. Blue cement tiles in a kitchen
The floor of this kitchen is dressed in beautiful patterns in shades of blue.
7. Cement tile wallpaper
The patterns of the cement tile also took possession of the wallpaper. This is the case with the astonishing “Tiles” collection by Saint Maclou. We notice that the effect given by this wall decoration is bluffing!
8. Adhesive cement tile wallpaper
Here is an adhesive version of the cement tile wallpaper signed by La boutique du grand cirque.
9. Bathroom with cement tile frieze
This black and white pattern pairs beautifully with the golden tub in this bathroom.
10. Cement tile floor in the middle of a room
Here the Saint Maclou tiles (tiled) are laid so as to form a carpet which has taken place in the center of the room.
11. Kitchen splashback
In this kitchen they created a splashback by mixing different styles. A very successful mix & match!
12. Cement tile pot cover
Cement planter with vintage patterns by Maisons du monde.
13. Patterned metal plate
In the bedroom pictured below they bring an original and colorful touch.
14. Rotterdam cement tiles
Lauriane Beaunier, color and material designer for the Excla studio , has designed, in collaboration with Leroy Merlin, a limited edition of cement tiles with geometric patterns inspired by the avant-garde architecture of the city of Rotterdam. With this exclusive collection, the designer and the favorite DIY brand of the French are shaking up the classic codes of cement tiles, while preserving the artisanal know-how of manufacturing.
15. Cement tiles on the kitchen worktop
On the kitchen worktop and on the credenza. Tile is impact and water resistant, making it the ideal material for a space often used as a worktop. Cement tiles bring a little cheerfulness to it!
16. On the floor in the entrance
In the hall and, why not, on the stairs. These are places whose decoration is often neglected. By opting for mosaic cement tiles, you brighten up this space, even if you lack room to arrange it more heavily and in detail.
17. Vinyl-format cement tiles on the living room floor
In the living room, and in color! Here, the tiles seem to be the original covering, weathered by time … It is actually a vinyl floor in roll, which brings pep and modernity to the room.
18. Cement tiles as wallpaper on the stairs
In a staircase, on the wall that goes upstairs. This technique makes it possible to dress the space easily, and in a much more modern way than traditional paintings … Available in wallpaper, the cement tile pattern fits very easily into all spaces.
19. Cement tiles on the floor of a small office
In an office, a sometimes forgotten room to which the colored coating gives a pleasant energy. But also, in a messy passageway, such as a garage or a workshop.
20. At the edge of the swimming pool
Outside, on the terrace or on the edge next to the swimming pool. Cement tiles, like tiling, are weather resistant. They bring a very original vintage touch to the pool area.