We designed a cement tile for a private pre-school with a luscious pineapple as the centerpiece. The pineapple, a symbol of welcome and hospitality throughout Caribbean and Western cultures, is set within a quatrefoil, and is accented with tropical flowers.
Our Pineapple Tile is shown here in bright colors, but since your order will be hand-made, we can produce them in your choice of colors!
Click here for a description and video of how these hand-made products are produced.
Call us for a custom quote.
50 square foot minimum order (small order charges may apply under 100 square feet).
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 choose this pattern in your choice of colors from any of our tile-making studios.
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.
Ask us about additional sizes and thicknesses.
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 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).
We will show you our drawings that the plant used to make our pineapple tile. The light blue was later changed to a deeper shade of blue as shown above.