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We promised you lots of fun new Granada Tile installation photos and new tile installation photos you shall have. To recap, last week we shared a stunning open-plan kitchen tile installation with you that featured our Fez tile design. In a space with multiple elements at play, Fez held its own and added flair to the entire area. Today, we’ve got something of a polar opposite kitchen tile installation featuring Fez. Behold a chic, petite kitchen! Located in Manhattan, it’s sort of the perfect urban hub for cooking. While pint-sized, every piece of the puzzle (furnishings, fixtures, and other details) works hard to make the most of the space. In a starring role, of course, is our Fez tile design, in dark gray and white, lining the tile backsplash.

 Granada Tile’s Fez tile design adds to the graphic appeal of a compact Manhattan kitchen. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

Not only does Fez blend perfectly with the minimalist palette (just some white, a few grays, and the warm, dark wood of the wide-plank floor), it adds a singular pop of pattern. The result is graphic, yet not overpoweringly so given the small room. Even better, its own distinct texture, visible even in photographs, joins the rough-hewn wood to temper the otherwise sleek surfaces of the cabinets, countertops and stainless-steel appliances. We love the rest of the kitchen too. The central island, one of our favorite tricks to make the best use of space, has an ingenious bump-out that houses shelves for books and display and creates a perfect nook for two industrial-looking bar stools (we love the ever-so-slightly exaggerated scale of their legs—like they’re about to scurry across the floor). The kitchen truly is a master-class in great design for a small space. We’re thrilled that Granada Tile could be part of a creative design solution.


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