A Playful Bathroom Floor Using Tunis Cement Tiles

A Playful Bathroom Floor

For the bathroom floor of a renovated 1890s Chicago townhouse, architect Rebecca Liddy of Kulinski and Rappe Architects, was hoping to find tile that would be appropriate to the period. But she also wanted something that was bright and fun for the family’s four year old daughter. She turned to Granada Tile, choosing our Tunis Cement Tile to give the small room a playful spin. Moreover, our cement tiles are the ideal choice for a bathroom floor. The tile is smooth and not slippery. Perfect for little scampering feet!
Granada Tile's Tunis cement tile in a Chicago bathroom designed by Rebecca Liddy
This warm geometric tile was designed by Granada Tile for a client who wanted a pattern that resembled a field of stars seen from above. It was christened Tunis because the pattern felt similar to the bronze fretwork seen in that city.
Granada Tile's Tunis cement tile in a Chicago bathroom designed by Rebecca Liddy
Inspired by this project? You can order samples of this cement tile or check out the large selection of in-stock patterns in our cement tile shop. or play around with our interactive catalogue. And, of course, we’re here to help you make a decision. By the same token, you can call us at 213-788-4238. We’d feel happy to help you decide which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your project. We’re sure you’ll fall in love with your new cement tiles before the grout dries.
Photos courtesy of Rebecca Liddy, Kulinski and Rappe