There are SO many choices when it come to flooring, you have wood, carpet, laminate, tile, the list goes on and on. We recently decided to go with a wood look porcelain tile for a large area of our house and ordered the tile this week, but when it come to tile there are a ton of choices. One of the choices that I’m seeing a lot of is concrete tile and even more specifically painted concrete tile. I occasionally get to watch Fixer Upper on HGTV and several times now I’ve seen Joanna Gaines use painted concrete tile in backsplashes in kitchens and I believe on kitchen floors. The tiles are beautiful and when I started researching for more information I found lots of pros for this tile. Concrete tile is very budget friendly, it can be used indoor on floors or walls as well as around fireplaces and on countertops. Outdoors, concrete tile can be used on patios, swimming pools and on building facades. So if you’re looking at doing some tile work around your home concrete tile might be an option you’ve been looking for, I know I’ll check into it as we continue on with our remodel plans. In the meantime, here’s a look at concrete tile, Enjoy!!!
Here’s a good look at what can be accomplished with molded and painted concrete tiles.
These concrete tiles add a lot of interest to an otherwise plain bathroom, I love the all white room with a splash of “TaDa” on the floor.
I really like the ruggedness of these tiles, I think they would also look wonderful in an elegant setting, with the rugged floor and beautifully painted walls and fabric covered furniture sitting on the floor.
Here the concrete tiles are beautiful and simple.
I have a thing for floors where the tiles aren’t all the same size and shape.
This scalloped floor tile makes for an awesome floor, wouldn’t these or a smaller version make a beautiful backsplash in a kitchen or bathroom?
I really like the big and chunky feel of these large rectangular concrete tiles, they have a very contemporary feel.
Isn’t this intense, such a cool pattern created with concrete tiles.
the rectangular shape is echoed over and over in this room, from the floor tiles to the wall tile in the shower and shape of drawers and doors on the bathroom cabinet.
Here’s a peek at some decorative concrete tile applied in a mosaic.
This concrete tile from Ann Sacks is amazing.