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Using Encaustic Cement Tiles as a focal point in your design space.

Using encaustic cement tiles as a focal point can add visual interest and personality to a space.

Here are some creative ways to incorporate Encaustic Cement Tiles:

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Accent Wall: Create an accent wall using encaustic cement pattern tiles. Choose a wall in your room, such as behind a bed or sofa, and cover it with eye-catching pattern tiles. Using cement pattern tiles will instantly draw attention and become the room's focal point. Consider using geometric, Moroccan, or floral tiles for a striking effect.


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Floor Medallion: Install a decorative cement tile floor medallion in the center of a room or at the entrance. This can be a circular or square design with intricate patterns. The medallion becomes a conversation piece and anchors the entire space.

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Backsplash: Encaustic tile designs make excellent kitchen or bathroom backsplashes. Install them behind the stove or sink area to create a stunning focal point - your backsplash will become a visual highlight. 


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Outdoor Areas: Encaustic cement tiles can add a touch of creativity and style to your outdoor areas like patios and BBQ spaces. Use strong bold colors to highlight the area.


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Fireplace Surround: If you have a fireplace, consider using encaustic cement pattern tiles for the hearth or surround. Whether it’s a traditional mantel or a sleek modern design, the tiles can add warmth and character.

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In a contemporary setting: Encaustic cement tiles can be a stunning addition to a contemporary kitchen, infusing it with character, color, and texture. 

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Conclusion: Remember to balance the use of cement pattern tiles with more neutral elements in the room to avoid overwhelming the space.


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