This is a 4-color 8" cement tile, using Charcoal, Sage, Cafe, and Brun Camois from the Monterey Palette.
This glorious floor has rich subtle coloring and a very old world look. EVERYONE loves this tile, and it has become one of our most popular. This is another one of our tiles to make it to the DiY TV Network, on the kitchen make-over show, "Kitchen Crashers".
Call us for a custom quote.
50 square foot minimum order (small order charges may apply under 100 square feet). This production of La Española has sold out, but will always be available as custom tile.
Close, but not quite there? Consider a second project for a new kitchen backsplash, bathroom accent wall, or even a picnic table top.
Unlike with many other products, custom cement tile has no special mark-up. In fact, custom tile can sometimes be slightly less, or even significantly less with large enough orders. Essentially, all cement tile is custom: each tile is hand-made. We pioneered the online in-stock experience to overcome the only difficulty of custom tile: production time. If your project doesn't require your tile for 10-14 weeks or more, and your project is over 50 square feet, custom tile may be your best choice.
You can even have us create a new, and unique pattern for less than you think... just ask us for details.
8" nominal square. Approximately 20 centimeters, or 7 7⁄8 inches.
2.3 tiles per square foot. 10 tiles per box. 4.34 square feet per box.
After searching for a custom freight quote, we'll create and send you an invoice, with several payment options, including major credit cards, Paypal, and their "Bill Me Later" financing service.
For e-mail quote requests, please provide with your patterns and quantities a call-back number and a delivery address with zip code, and let us know if this location is residential, or commercial (loading dock or forklift present).
A beautiful Austin, Texas installation of La Espanola by Burnish and Plumb Construction Co.
This bathroom, below, is still under construction but it is already apparant that the La Española cement tile is stunning in this South Florida hacienda.
As seen on Kitchen Crashers
This beautiful residential hallway will serve as an art gallery, and showcases the beauty that can be created by creative installations, mixing cement tile with other materials such as hardwood planking.