It you’re a regular reader of Granada Tile‘s Cement Tile Blog, you might have gotten a few hints here and there that 2013 was going to bring some big concrete tile announcements. Of course, if you’ve read Architectural Digest‘s April issue or checked out our Facebook page or Twitter feed in the last month, or poked around on our Web site, you might have a pretty good idea what we were talking about. So, without further ado, it’s time to reveal what we’ve been so excited to share. Drum roll, please. We’ve introduced some newcomers to our Echo Collection of cement tile designs—Stripes. The name sounds simple, but the concrete tile designs are anything but. It’s a stunning, versatile group of striped tile designs with names and styles inspired by some of America’s greatest cities.
AD debuted four of the cement tile designs: Boston, Nashville, Philadelphia and Seattle. While they all feature stripes, each has a unique, dynamic personality of its own in the same way that their namesake cities have their own unique, dynamic personalities and energies.
As with all Echo Collection cement tiles, our new Stripes group is durable and versatile. They’re meant for both indoor and outdoor use, in kitchen tile installations, bathroom tile installations, wall tile installations and beyond.
Try experimenting with cement tile layout ideas and color combinations using our interactive catalogue and our layout design tools. The cement tiles’ simple geometry can be a springboard from creative exploration.
In the coming months, stay tuned for more information about the Stripes Group. Check back here often. [subscribe2]