The cement tile, the new trend this year, is showcased once again

Long shunned in favour of parquet floors and traditional tiles, the cement tile is back in fashion with retro patterns: interlacing flowers and arabesques, black and white squares, etc. These patterns recall old tiling and add colour to our interiors. This material is part of the current trend to blend modern and contemporary styles. There is a wide selection of patterns available to give a unique identity to a wall or even a piece of furniture. Using one of these elements helps to define the space in a room, create optical illusions or showcase a corridor. It is the latest essential decoration material that can add style and added value to the home at reasonable price!


The cement tile appeared at the end of the 19th century in the South of the France. It rapidly became very popular in both the south and the north of France.


The tiles are made of cement, marble powder and pigments. The tiles produced from this method are extremely resistant. Furthermore, since the pattern is through-coloured, the surface of the tile acquires a patina over time, becomes more decorative and improves the satin-like appearance. The more the cement tile is used, the more beautiful it becomes!

Kerakoll Design House is a concept of innovative materials - cements, resins, hand-worked wood, micro-coatings, paints and varnishes - created by Piero Lissoni, the Italian architect and designer, known worldwide for its architectural transformations and furniture design.

This exclusive concept coordinates using a single colour palette: an elegant chromatic journey that moves from black to white, across the richness of neutral and natural tones. A new interior decoration style where the floors, walls, joinery, decorative objects and even heating appliances blend harmoniously and coherently.

The Kerakoll Design House concept can be used in particular to renovate an entire home without having to destroy existing fixtures and fittings, such as the tiles, floor boards or furniture.

Use it to create an office space, an additional bedroom in the living room or a separate kitchen. By painting or leaving the glass partition untreated, you will add a modern look and give your home the feeling of a loft. A glass partition for the kitchen If you want to close your kitchen to keep in the cooking smells without making the kitchen dark, the glass partition is the best solution! The kitchen will be partitioned off, while keeping the light and visibility. You can opt for wall to ceiling glass panes or only the upper part and equipped with doors, the glass partition will be perfect!


A glass wall for the bathroom. Is your bathroom too dark? Creating an opaque or semi-opaque glass partition will let you enjoy the natural light without being able to see inside the room. The glass partition can also be used in the bathroom to separate the shower area from the rest of the room, without losing any light and give the space the feel of a workshop.


A glass partition creates a light office! Use a glass partition to create an office area in part of the living room, thereby insulating it from the noise in the room, while retaining the same levels of light.


In the same way as the office, an additional bedroom can be added to a corner of the living room. In this case, it will create an additional insulated room, but still allow natural light to enter the room. The bedroom will therefore be a pleasant living space that is bathed in light, but can also be forgotten, due to the transparency of the glass partition.


Of course, the glass partition is also an important decorative addition in its own right, with its workshop feel, but also because of its versatility! It has all the advantages of a separate room, such as reduced noise, but without any of the drawbacks, such as low light levels.


un élément de décoration important de par son côté atelier mais également grâce à son utilisation dans de nombreuses situations ! Elle permet d’avoir les avantages de la séparation comme réduire le bruit sans les inconvénients comme le manque de lumière.