More than a trend, cement tiles are part of historic flooring. On the front of the stage for a few years, they have been worked so as to correspond to a more contemporary, even modern, harmony. Find out how the cement tiles can be installed, room by room, in your interior. Real decorative element, integrate the cement tiles as the major element of your harmony.
Cement tiles in the kitchen
Both in renovation and in construction, the kitchen is one of the flagship rooms that accommodate cement tiles. More discreet, they are installed as a credenza; More considered as an integral part of the decoration, the cement tiles are thus placed on the floor.
A patterned floor mat
In old buildings, kitchens are generally separate rooms. Whether in an apartment or in a house, when you make a renovation, you can just as much decide to leave this independent room as you can choose to open it on a living room, living room or dining room. In both cases, the cement tiles will allow you to maintain the authenticity of your kitchen. If your kitchen is open to a living room, they will demarcate it visually and will go perfectly with stoneware-ceramic tiles with natural oak parquet effect, for example.
In the kitchen of a contemporary house, cement tiles also find their place thanks to graphic patterns, 3d or modern effect. They will bring real authenticity as well as originality by acting as the key decorative element of your room.
An authentic credenza
The splashback of a kitchen represents a small surface area, which nevertheless provides a real decorative touch. This year, the credenza trend highlights artisanal manufacturing, the authentic aspect and the play of nuances. Cement tiles perfectly matching this trend, adopt the style of patterns that matches your interior. If you want to enhance your credenza, do not hesitate to choose colorful, imposing and contrasting patterns. If you want to highlight your entire kitchen, opt instead for cement tiles with discreet patterns and neutral shades.
A dining room with graphic floor
Like the kitchen, the dining room can be a room or an open space. Therefore, the cement tiles can be laid in the entire room or as a visual delimitation of the dining area.
Cement tiles can also be used as decorative rugs. Indeed, placed under the dining table, the cement tiles will enhance the furniture of this dining room and its materials. Made from raw materials, the cement tiles will go perfectly with a solid wood table as well as with timeless designer chairs.
Entrance hall in cement tiles
The entrance hall represents the first room that welcomes us. Therefore, it must be warm, harmonious with a real atmosphere. The cement tiles will give your entry the tone of your interior while bringing cachet and authenticity. The patterns linked to the furniture of your entrance will bring the desired atmosphere: timeless, vintage, modern, contemporary, floral, and thus will introduce your living spaces in style.
The living room of a house village house
Village houses are generally small stone houses on two to three levels. Living spaces often often represent a single storey. Nothing like preserving the charm and history of installing cement tiles on an entire floor. It’s up to you to choose the type of pattern, which will match your interior.
The extension of a country house
Nothing like the perfect marriage between contemporary architecture and monumental architecture. The contemporary or modern extension of a stone house has a lot of style; Large openings with sleek anthracite gray joinery, a green roof and a smooth white facade next to exposed stones gives off a lot of character. To remind the authenticity of the original house, install a cement tile floor in your extension.