Breaking News: We Have a Winner and More!

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Lots of things have been happening here at Granada Tile, and we wanted to take a moment to update you! First off, remember back in December when we told you about the contest running on thekitchn.com? It was your chance to enter to win 60 pieces of our signature Fezcement tile design, which has been used in everything from kitchen tile installations to bathroom tile installations and beyond. It has popped up in some truly stunning designs by leading architects and designers. Bold yet versatile, Fez is a great choice no matter the size, shape and location of your project.

Fez Bathroom
 Bathroom tiles are just one of the ways you can use Granada Tile’s Fez cement tile design. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

We’re excited to announce that Nicole Bell of Seattle, Washington, won the cement tiles. We’ll be checking in with Nicole soon to hear about her tile installation plans and to see where she has chosen to install her cement tiles. Keep checking here for updates! In other news, Apartment Therapy has featured Beachwood Café on its site. As you probably remember, the café’s design is the work of Los Angeles architect Barbara Bestor and was honored with a AIA Los Angeles restaurant design award late last year.

Khufu tile design
Architect Barbara Bestor used Granada Tile’s Khufu cement tile design for Beachwood Café in Los Angeles. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

Our Khufu cement tile design makes a big statement in the café, which also features Geoff McFetridge wallpaper and dioramas by Clare Crespo in Bestor’s reimagining of classic diner decor. Recently, Apartment Therapy’s Abigail Stone paid a visit to the place and came away inspired with ideas for her own house. Read about Abigail’s visit and see some additional photos and just maybe the design will inspire your next project—tile or otherwise. We’ve got plenty of other exciting stuff planned for the new year, so keep checking back here for everything tile!

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