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Today, we thought it would be fun to see what creative cement tile designs tile-philes have creating on Granada Tile‘s Share Designs page. Share Design, you may remember is Granada Tile’s own brand of social media. Click on one of the dozens of tile designs from our Echo Collection, customize it, and save it in your personal portfolio. If you make your portfolio public, other concrete tile aficionados can see what you’re working on. It’s a great way to get new ideas for color combinations or see how just small tweaks to the palette can really change the cement tile’s look. One of our current favorites is a tile design created by Rose Pryor. She takes our signature Fez tile design and, simply by adding a third color to the palette, dramatically changes the look of the cement tile. Opting for blues and greens, Pryor has made a concrete that would  be perfect for a kitchen tile backsplash.

 Rose Pryor used three colors for her cool take on our Fez tile design. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

When we spied Barbara Rasmussen’s take on our Esfahan tile design, we were smitten. The cement tile design itself has a fun positive/negative pinwheel effect and would look fantastic in a mod bathroom tile installation.

 Green, yellow and blue make for a cool Esfahan cement tile design. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

Jenny Park took one of our more traditional tile designs, Sofia, and gave it a colorful treatment, turning the central design a dark green to emphasize its organic feel. Two shades of blue surround motif and pink diamonds make it even more charming—the tile design cries out to be in a French country–inspired kitchen tile installation.

 Sofia gets a French Country feel in Jenny Park’s colorful take on the tile design. Tile photo, Granda Tile.

We’ll check back with our tile-philes soon, to see what else they’ve been up to, but before we leave your for the day, we wanted to give a big shout out to Design Milk, which gave us love on Facebook this morning. Be sure to like their page and check out their site, if you’re not already—it’s paradise for design lovers. 

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