Since the exit points of the colors match on all sides, Neyland's tiles can be rotated into an endless array of configurations that always match-up to create a variety of repeat patterns
From geometric to ethnic, the versatile 8 x 8" tiles are available in a range of sixty colors and can be laid in a traditional repeat arrangement or turned randomly to create a striking new pattern.
Common in Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, cement tiles, also known as Cuban tiles, Mexican tiles or Moroccan tiles, were particularly popular in 1930s America and have recently experienced a fresh surge in popularity as designers try to recreate the glamorous interiors of the early 20th century.
The handcrafted tiles are designed by Neyland Design and sold and distributed by Villa Lagoon Tile. They weigh about three pounds each and have a typical lead time of 8 to 9 weeks.
For further information contact Villa Lagoon Tile at email@example.com or call 251-968-3375.
About the manufacturer: Set up by Lundy Wilder and Dave Perry, Villa Lagoon Tile specializes in handmade custom-designed cement tiles. Located in Gulf Shores, Alabama. VLT provides tiles to Europe; Australia; Canada; as well as the US.
About the designer: Stu Neyland specializes in designs for textile, carpet, tile and fashion along with contemporary furniture. Neyland Design is a partnership between Stu Neyland and Renee Brobst.