Color Change: Venezia


Have you fallen in love with Venezia, one of the fabulous Echo Collection cement tile designs from Granada Tile? You have, haven’t you? But you’re still trying to decide on just the right colors. Easier said than done, you say, since we’ve come up with a rainbow of shades for you to choose from to create just the right palette for your cement tiles. Fear not. We’re here to help! Take a look at a few ideas for Venezia that give this amazing concrete tile wonderful versatility. In their Los Angeles living room, Granada Tile’s clients opted for a cement tile carpet composed of our Venezia design—a classic patten that mixes foliate motifs with geometric ones. The green, blue and terra-cotta tones they chose bring warmth to the airy, sun-filled room with its views to a patio just outside.

 Homeowners chose Venezia in bright, earthy colors for their LA living room. Image, Brian Sanderson.

Now imagine Venezia in an entirely different way. Clients of ours wanted an office sanctuary and Granada Tile’figures prominently in the design, with its grand carpet of concrete tiles—an unexpected and bold choice. The palette for this floor is light and bright, with yellow predominating. It’s a lovely complement to the pale wood found throughout the space.

 Venezia for a home office. Image, Granada Tile.

You can take Venezia in an entirely different direction, too. Instead of going for multiple hues, why not try just do for a bold look that blends the traditional feel of the cement tile pattern with a chic, contemporary combination of just two colors. Here we’ve gone for white and olive, but imagine what else you can do. Black and coral? Midnight and sky? Your choices are endless.

 Try using just two shades to create an entirely different look for Venezia. Image, Granada Tile.

To experiment more with colors and patterns and decide which combination suits you best, don’t forget to check out our interactive Echo Collection catalogue and our Share Design pages.


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