Encaustic cement tiles for every space in your home

Want to bring encaustic cement tiles into your home? Echoing the nineteenth-century Art Nouveau aesthetic, encaustic-look porcelain gres is here to stay, offering decor ideas in which artisan and vintage meet modern and cosmopolitan.

Encaustic floor and wall tiles that rediscover a sumptuous array of patterns, shapes and colours with all the advantages of porcelain gres: easy to clean and maintain, and resistant to humidity and steam. Let your imagination run wild with five ideas for halls, kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms and bedrooms. Their wide variety of patterns and tones can be adapted to every space, creating decorative solutions ranging from pure minimalist simplicity to the most retro aesthetic.

 #1. Hall

Give the entrance to your home a fresh look with the Art collection. Encaustic floor tiles Degas Blanco and Degas Negro, in 22.3 x 22.3 centimetre format, are all you need to breathe new life into your hall. The Art Blanco combination highlights the neutral tone of the central mosaic.

 #2. Kitchen

Go for the ‘rug effect’ to set off one area of the kitchen, combined with a wood-look floor like o Easternwood pepper in 22 x 85 centimetre format Renoir encaustic effect pieces, in 22.3 x 22.3 centimetres, capture everyone’s attention in this kitchen, proving that encaustic cement tiles are also the perfect choice for a minimalist home.

 #3. Bathroom

The Sysley encaustic tile, in 22.3 x 22.3 centimetre format, lends personality to this bathroom, blending easily with modern touches like the cement effect of  Eaton Coal and Art Blanco  to create a setting where artisan merges with contemporary.

 #4. Living room

Who said encaustic tiles were only for kitchens and bathrooms? Here we use Corot, in 22.3 x 22.3 centimetre format, to mark off an area of the room with a strikingly feminine touch.

 #5. Bedroom

Encaustic tiles also look great on walls. In this case, Provenzal Mix, in 75 x 75 centimetre format, is used for the bathroom wall, combined with the wood-effect floor tile Kingswood Oxid to give cohesive continuity from bedroom to bathroom.

Encaustic cement effect porcelain gres enhances the beauty of interiors, with decorative pieces to break up solid tones, adding a breath of fresh air for an excitingly dynamic effect.

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