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Machuca Tile Is Having its First Factory Sale This Weekend

Tile lovers, rejoice!

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Photography: @machucatile on Instagram

Without a doubt, cement tiles are captivating. Be honest, how many times have you posted #fromwhereistand on Instagram showing a photo of your shoes with beautiful tiles as background? Cement tiles are often used as flooring, but many homeowners and professionals are using these materials on the walls and as accents around the home, too.

If you’re working on a home project or thinking of working on one, Machuca Tile has a special treat for you! They are having their first ever factory sale from April 27 until May 4. To give you enough time to go through the thousands of charming pieces, they will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Seconds pieces will be available at 50 percent off while the price of plain tiles will drop from P70 to P30—sounds like a good deal, right? Read the complete post below:

Need inspiration on how you can use your newly bought tiles at home? We’ve scoured through Machuca Tile’s Instagram feed for possible pegs:

You can never go wrong with a black-and-white flooring—it’s timeless and elegant.

Spruce up the back of your shelves with pretty tiles.

It can be a fantastic wall accent in your dining area.

Machuca Tiles also has risers that can liven up your staircase.

You can also use it to define your kitchen countertop/breakfast nook.

Machuca Tiles’ factory is located at #17 Road 1, Marian Park SMDP, East Service Road, Paranaque City. You can visit their showroom at #867 Gen. Solano Street, San Miguel, Manila.

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Machua Baldozas, Inc. is the pioneer of cement tiles in the Philippines. The tiles highlight sophisticated colors, Mediterranean-inspired details, and intricate patterns. For more details, visit their website.

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