4 Stunning Cement Tile Designs for Your Restaurant

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Loquita Santa Barbara restaurant uses Sofia Cement tile for flooring
Photo by @LoquitaSB

Cement tile has been in use since the 19th Century, but over the past few years, there’s been a resurgence in its popularity, and for great reason. Cement tiles are ideal for almost any area that’s not going to experience extreme freezing temperatures. They’re popular in commercial projects such as bakeries, clothing stores, hotels, spas, bars, cafes and restaurants where an elegant, sturdy, stylish and eco-friendly option is desired. Explore four stunning designs for cement tiles in restaurants to get inspiration and ideas to take your commercial remodeling project to the next level of style.

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY – 10/5/2019 – 1/4/2020 – Visit the Craft in America Center exhibition in Los Angeles, where some of our cement tiles that were used in local restaurants are on display!

Cement tile has been in use since the 19th Century, but over the past few years, there’s been a resurgence in its popularity, and for great reason. Cement tiles are ideal for almost any area that’s not going to experience extreme freezing temperatures. They’re popular in commercial projects such as bakeries, clothing stores, hotels, spas, bars, cafes and restaurants where an elegant, sturdy, stylish and eco-friendly option is desired. Explore four stunning designs for cement tiles in restaurants to get inspiration and ideas to take your commercial remodeling project to the next level of style.

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY – 10/5/2019 – 1/4/2020 – Visit the Craft in America Center exhibition in Los Angeles, where some of our cement tiles that were used in local restaurants are on display!

Cement Tiles in Restaurants

Cement tiles are an outstanding option for restaurant decor. Because the color pattern is pressed in with over 2,000 pounds of pressure per square inch, it means these tiles can hold up for many years of use and wear without fading. The depth of the color layer is a full 1/8 inch, which means that even if it does chip, it’s unlikely to be noticeable. Even better, the tile is impact resistant, so it doesn’t chip easily anyway.

Restaurants have to deal with spills and heavy foot traffic, and cement tiles are ideal for both of these issues. When sealed and maintained correctly, they’re low-maintenance and easy to clean with pH-neutral soap and water. Heavy chemicals are not needed or recommended for them! They’re sturdy enough to handle moderate to heavy foot traffic.

Stunning Cement Tile Designs in Restaurants

Tiles like the Burgos, Sofia, Athens and Provence patterns can provide stunning options for commercial purposes, any of which will create an eye-catching, modern and welcoming design. Let’s check out four innovative and interesting applications.

A restaurant designed using cement tiles from Granada Tile
Designed by StudioUnltd. Photo by Elizabeth Daniels

189 by Dominique Ansel

Dominique Ansel’s latest restaurant uses the artisan cement tiles with our Burgos pattern from the Echo Collection. These tiles make use of an angled geometric pattern that offers a traditional Mediterranean style. It’s elegant and welcoming, and it creates an illusion that makes any space look larger than it is.

SpireWorks restaurant using an Athens pattern cement tile
Designed and photographed by StudioUnltd

SpireWorks

Using the Athens pattern, the SpireWorks restaurant offers an ultramodern diner-style eatery that combines a neo-deco look with sleek and quirky design elements. This tile has a four-point spiral design that works perfectly with the overall scheme of the restaurant to enhance the unique and modern styling.

Loquita Santa Barbara restaurant uses Sofia Cement tile for flooring
Photo by @LoquitaSB

Loquita Santa Barbara

The Loquita Santa Barbara restaurant serves up authentic Spanish cuisine in a bright and airy space. Naturally, they want to complement their food and style with a uniquely Mediterranean look, and for that, they turn to our Sofia pattern. These traditional Mediterranean Moroccan-style tiles perfectly complement the old-world, welcoming, cafe-inspired style of this restaurant.

Deer Path Inn uses provence cement tile for the flooring
Designed and photo by Knauer

Deer Path Inn

The Deer Path Inn has set the standard for welcoming and refined dining in the North Shore area of Chicago. When they decided to remodel in a classic English architectural style, they naturally turned to the Provence tile design. This floor pattern creates a traditional look that adds a touch of class and elegance.

If you’re looking for the ideal option for cement tiles in restaurants, Granada Tile is the place to go. Shop our tile collections and get in touch today to place an order or to ask any questions!

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