Choose Granada Cement Tile For A Splendid Shower

Start Your Day With A Stupendous Shower

Houzz recently included Granada Tile in a round up up fifty fabulous showers. It’s inspired us to do our own round-up of the incredible showers that are possible with Granada Tile’s concrete tile. Of course, we won’t deny that we’re biased. Without a doubt, our encaustic tiles are stunning in the shower. First of all, there’s their beautiful colors and patterns! With over 40 colors and 400 eye-catching designs, we’re certain there’s one style that will sing to you. And then, there’s the way that they feel underfoot. They’ve been described as soft, velvety and silky. Here’s a few ideas to get you going! Save them to your idea board (and find us) on Houzz or to your bathroom pinboard on Pinterest.

Granada Tile's solid color cement tile is the bathroom tile in Mike D's Malibu home

Solid color cement tiles in the home of Beastie Boy Mike D, designed by Barbara Bestor

Cement Tile Outdoor Shower

Our blue and white Fez cement tile (available and in stock)

Alhambra concrete tiles, also in blue and white

Tunis concrete tiles

Normandy cement tiles, available and in stock, in a French-tinged master bathroom, designed by Jaimee Rose

Granada Tile Company's Fez cement tile in black and white brings drama to a small bathroom

Black and white Fez cement tile shower, available and in stock, designed by Gianna’s Interiors

Ready to start designing your new shower stall? Check our interactive catalogue to play with colors. Or you can peruse our cement tile shop (where we have a large selection of in-stock handmade master-crafted cement tiles). Of course, we’re here to help you make a decision. By the same token, you can call us at 213-788-4238. Let us help you decide which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your project. We know you’ll fall in love with your new cement tiles even before the grout dries.

New Nicaragua Hotel Meson Nadi Includes Granada Tile Company’s Cement Tiles

Located in Playa Santana, just a short distance from Granada Tile Company’s cement tile factory, Meson Nadi, a boutique hotel, balances contemporary style and traditional Nicaraguan elements — including many examples of our striking cement tile patterns — to stunning effect:Alhambra-MesonNadi-bathroom-backsplash-Granada-Cement-TileAlhambra cement tile for a soothing backsplashFez-MesonNadi-bathroom-backsplash-Granada-Cement-TileFez cement tile pops against stark grey cementFez-MesonNadi-shower-niche-Granada-Cement-TileFez encaustic tile in the shower Fez-MesonNadi-sink-floor-Granada-Cement-Tile Serengeti-MesonNadi-bathroom-floor-Granada-Cement-TileA floor of Serengeti concrete tiles dazzles while, below, Toscano cement tile is a nod to old world styleToscano-MesonNadi-bathroom-backsplash-Granada-Cement-TileNo wonder Vogue.com named Meson Nadi of the top ten Instagrammable hotels in the world! The qualities that make Granada Tile’s cement tiles the choice of award-winning hotels, popular coffee shops and hot restaurants around the country — along with their beautiful designs and vivid colors, our concrete tile is long lasting, easy care and low maintenance — are the same ones that make it perfect for your home tile project, whether used as patio tile, porch tile, kitchen floor tile, kitchen backsplash tile, bathroom tile, shower tile or laundry room tile. Start by visiting our cement tile shop to peruse our large selection of in-stock handmade master-crafted cement tiles. Many of our most popular concrete tile designs, like the Fez encaustic tile and the Serengeti concrete tile pictured above, are in stock and ready to ship out to you immediately! Not sure which of our over 400 patterns to pick? We’d be delighted to help you chose the perfect design to accentuate the beauty of your project. Call us today at 213-788-4238 to discuss which of our encaustic tile designs would be best. We’re sure you’ll fall in love with them before the grout even dries!

 

 

Get The Cement Tile Look: From Rug To Cement Tile

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Funny how our cement tile-obsessed mind works.  We see concrete tiles everywhere — even where there aren’t any!  Take this beautiful project that we spotted over on Houzz.  That large richly patterned rug really ties the room together, doesn’t it?  What if that stylin’ floor was created in tiles rather using a rug?

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Our Alhambra cement tiles, in blue and white, create a pattern that is very similar to this rug, providing the same effect with the added bonus of cement tile’s wonderful qualities: easy-care, long-lasting, child-friendly.  Find Alhambra tiles in our webstore here.

The same qualities that make our cement tiles perfect for a hardworking coffee shop or restaurant space — in addition to their beautiful designs and vivid colors, our concrete tiles are long lasting, easy care and low maintenance — make it perfect for your home, whether used as floor tile or wall tile.  Call us today at 213-482-8070 to discuss which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your home or restaurant project.

Get Inspired: Great Cement Tile Ideas for Your Kitchen

Are you looking to spice up your kitchen? Did you recently move into a place that hasn’t had a kitchen update since they heyday of avocado and harvest gold? Or are things just a a little blah? Hands down, one of the best ways to perk up your kitchen, where, let’s face it, we tend to spend a lot of our time, is by installing cement tiles from Granada Tile. Today, we thought we’d share two very different kitchen tile installation photos that bring pattern and color into the space.

First up, a floor tile installation. The kitchen itself is pretty serious—and made for some serious cooking. The cabinets are finished in a rich, dark stain, while the tile backsplash is covered in a creamy subway tile installation. Our cement tiles bring the color to the space. There’s a field of coral-colored tiles, which bring a great dose of color themselves. The look is amplified by the border of our Monarch cement tiles that ring the perimeter of the central island, giving a bit of contrast and pattern. It’s subtle but very effective.

Monarch in the kitchen

A border of our monarch cement tile design adds a fun, subtle dash of pattern in a kitchen tile installation. Tile photo, Brian Sanderson.

Pattern pops up in another great tile installation, this time a cement tile backsplash in a kitchen that has a rustic/traditional feel. The sage-colored cabinets have an antiqued finish and are paired with a concrete tile backsplash in our Alhambra concrete tile design—a pattern that takes its inspiration from classic tile designs of Spain and North Africa. It’s an unexpected combination, but it looks fantastic, especially bordered by a border on the top and bottom of a cement tile in a similar sage shade.

Alhambra backsplash

Inspired by vintage Spanish and North African tile designs, Alhambra brings an exotic element to a kitchen with a more traditional feel. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

Are you planning a tile installation project in your kitchen? Make Granada Tile your first stop! Take a look at our interactive Echo Collection catalogues, along with our other catalogues. Try playing with different colors. Then, test out tile installation ideas using our layout tool. You can browse others’ ideas on our Share Designs page too. There are so many ways to get inspired!

 

Installation Equation: Alhambra Outside Seattle

Yesterday, we shared a fantastic tile installation featuring our Santander tile design. Today, we’ve got another wonderful cement tile installation featuring Granada Tile. This time, though, color, in addition to pattern, takes center stage.

This tile installation idea comes to us from David Schneider, who chose to use Granada Tile in his own home near Seattle. The materials and the palette are by and large simple and neutral—pale walls and blond wood, for the most part, in a house that suggests Craftsman architecture. There’s a bit of pattern in the stained glass window in the door (one of those Craftsman touches), but it’s minimal. Instead, the real dynamism comes in the form of our cement tiles.

Alhambra near Seattle

Our Alhambra tile design covers the entry in David Schneider’s home near Seattle. Tile photo, David Schneider.

Schneider chose to cover his home’s entry in our Alhambra concrete tile design from our flagship Echo Collection. It’s a great, complex pattern that’s reminiscent of classic mosaic tile designs found in Spain and North Africa—with a palette of vivid shades to match. In the space, the concrete tiles provide a vivid splash of color that welcomes guests. The tile design’s palette also complements the bright contemporary artwork found in the entry and just beyond. Together, the strong colors of the concrete tiles and the paintings also serve as a lovely antidote to the frequent gray of the Pacific Northwest.

Alhambra tile design

Color for the space comes from the owner’s contemporary art collection and the vivid cement tile floor. Tile photo, David Schneider.

Have a great tile installation featuring our cement tiles? Let us know! We love to see what you’ve come up with and would love to feature here. Contemplating a tile installation? Then, head over to our catalogues to find the concrete tile design that’s just right for you.