we love this traditional pattern modernized with a cool gray palette. it takes us back to when patterns ruled and your local apothecary didn’t just sell your daily dose of absinthe. did we say absinthe?
(please click photo to see more of this cement tile london apothecary #floorcore)
the cigar shop pattern is one of the most popular of cement tile patterns. what do you think?
(#floorcore for your cigar shop. click photo for more!)
inspired by marimekko and haight/ashbury – this flowerpower cement tile #floorcore inspires us to “make love not war”
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with the perseid meteor shower still illuminating our skies…we love this cement tile floor for some stars, both above, and below
(starbright cement tile from clé- click photo to see more)
another black/white #floorcore that becomes more beautiful at every turn-
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the new west collection at clé is one of my favorite of all the clé cement tiles. this ones takes me straight back to the hide out with butch and the sundance kid. oh, and raindrops keep falling on my head
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earthy tones are modern again. especially if they are injected into an exotic pattern. here, cement tiles in casablanca cafe. magical!!
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classic black/white/gray patterned encaustic cement tiles get a color punch which makes both the color and the tiles look – spin-tacular. it’s a “new spin” on a classic color combination. don’t be shy- make that color shine!
(a #floorcore to take out for a “big spin”- click photo for more)
cement tile hex’s in solid colors or mixed up in a medley are all the rage right now. what is it about hex’s? and what is it about green?
(#floorcore explore more by clicking the photo!)
to many, the iconic paris experience is an afternoon sitting at a quintessential parisian bistro. and for me, there is no stronger visual connection to a paris bistro than those iconic cement tile floors…
(a #floorcore reminder of your summer vacation in paris! click photo for more “paris bistro”)