Checking In: In Print and Cement Tile Specials


By any measure, the last few months here at Granada Tile have been busy. We launched our Echo Collection‘s new Stripes Group for starters, and it has been incredibly gratifying to see how well people have responded to this new addition to our flagship line of cement tiles. It was also an incredibly thrill to see several concrete tile photos featured in the pages of Architectural Digest. It has been exciting, too, to see some of our classic tile designs covered in print.

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 Granada Tile’s Stripes Group debuted in the April Architectural Digest.

In last month’s Angelenomagazine, we got a wonderful shout-out that included lovely tile photos of the cement tile installation at Delphine, the Mark Zeff–designed restaurant at the Hollywood W Hotel—the eatery features our Cannes and Monaco tile designs in a stunning mash-up. More recently, we’re delighted to say out that our Rabat tile design, another great, classic concrete tile design with a treillage pattern has a spot in the new Dwell renovation issue, which will be available on newsstands throughout the spring. If you got your hands on a copy already and are inspired by how wonderful a tile design Rabat is, we should let you know that we currently have a special on the tile design.

 For a limited time, Granada Tile has a small quantity of our Rabat tile design available. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

If you’re just looking for a small quantity for a quick project, we have 14 cement tiles in the blue, black and white palette available (1.77 square feet) at 25% off their regular price. If you’re looking for a good deal, but need slightly more cement tiles, we also have a special on our Nara tile design. We’re offering 31 of those (13 square feet) in the black, silver and white at 25% as well. Check our Web site often for more special deals, and keep checking back here throughout the spring for more news on the Stripes Group, along with cement tile installation ideas and inspiring concrete tile photos. Happy tiling! [subscribe2]


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