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Loving Patterned Cement Tile

Trend Watch: Loving Patterned Cement Tile from @cydconverse

This year is the year that after many years of renting, Bob and I are hoping to finally to own our own home. The jury is still out on whether we will design and build that home from the ground up or buy a house, but either way, I have basically been thinking about it constantly for the last several weeks. Maybe it’s the whole having a newborn baby thing and wanting to give her and the big kids (as we call her older siblings) a big backyard of their own to romp around in, but it’s really feeling like this is the right time for us to make the move. While we’re sorting all of that out (we met with a mortgage broker earlier this week!), I’m obviously on Pinterest day dreaming about bathrooms and kitchens and little home offices and big backyard barbecues like it’s my job at the moment.

Trend Watch: Loving Patterned Cement Tile from @cydconverse

Trend Watch: Loving Patterned Cement Tile from @cydconverse

Trend Watch: Loving Patterned Cement Tile from @cydconverse

Trend Watch: Loving Patterned Cement Tile from @cydconverse

One trend I’ve been seriously loving lately? Patterned cement tile. I think it looks particularly amazing on a bathroom floor, but it’s also pretty incredible in a kitchen as either a floor show stopper or a gorgeous backsplash. What do you guys think? Are you loving this look, too? I worry that 10 years from now it’s one of those things that will feel really dated and we all know tile can be both expensive and time consuming to update. On the other hand, I think the years of being pattern-shy, living in houses with no wallpaper and very simple, neutral tile might be coming to an end. (I mean, do we really have to worry about resale all the time? Can’t we just design houses we love?) I think the key to making this look work for longer is to keep the color palette neutral (like most of the examples here) and I also suspect it will feel more timeless on a floor than on walls. Weigh in! I’d love to know what you think about this one. In the meantime, I’ll be over here dreaming about our dream house.

Trend Watch: Loving Patterned Cement Tile from @cydconverse

Trend Watch: Loving Patterned Cement Tile from @cydconverse

Trend Watch: Loving Patterned Cement Tile from @cydconverse

Trend Watch: Loving Patterned Cement Tile from @cydconverse

Trend Watch: Loving Patterned Cement Tile from @cydconverse

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Kiersten

Wednesday 2nd of November 2016

Lisa and Tara,

The tile shown in first photo is Tabarka Studio. On their website click on Terra Cotta Collection, then select the Nord icon, and you will find it there. It's called Tabarka Signature Tile. I'm using it for my kitchen backsplash and fireplace surround. Gorgeous! Hope this helps.

Cyd Converse

Thursday 3rd of November 2016

Thanks for that, Kiersten! So helpful! xo

Tara

Tuesday 4th of October 2016

Anyone else find that tile? Thx!

Tara

Tuesday 4th of October 2016

Lisa, did you ever find that tile from the first picture? I want that beautiful tile in my bathroom! Thanks :)

Lisa

Saturday 20th of August 2016

For the first photo of the bathroom tile, I've gone to the website but cannot seem to find that pattern/style--was it a terracotta tile or hard surface one? Do you remember the name of the collection? I love it and can't seem to find it! Thanks for any help!

Laura cohn

Sunday 31st of July 2016

I used a beautiful blue and white cement tile on the walls in my bathroom open shower and it's amazing bi don't think they will ever go out of style