In tremendous demand during the latter portion of the 19th century, colored cement tiles (or encaustic cement tiles) were at the heart of Europe's most spectacular floors, including those in the private residence of the great Spanish architect, Antoni Gaudi. Mostly used in churches, chapels, and prestigious houses, these tiles are created by blending cement and marble powder with natural pigments. Our incredible collection includes a rich array of colors in a wide range of designs and styles. We also offer exquisite Portuguese azulejos, stunning Delft tiles and distinctive marble tiles, which are reclaimed in hexagonal, octagonal, or square shapes in a range of colors.
Because nothing compares to seeing the real thing, we invite you to visit our showroom to enjoy the beauty of our products in person. While Chateau Domingue makes every effort to accurately represent the color and character of its products on this website, variations as a result of photography are inevitable.
Variations in shade, flow, grain, tonality, veining, texture and pattern are inherent to all naturals materials, including wood, stone, ceramic and similar products. Variations in facial dimensions and thickness are also inherent in reclaimed, recovered and antique architectural materials. Materials should be installed by pulling from all crates or boxes to insure optimal blending. Any claims for excessive variation or obvious defects after installation will not be accepted.