Are you looking to spice up your kitchen? Did you recently move into a place that hasn’t had a kitchen update since they heyday of avocado and harvest gold? Or are things just a a little blah? Hands down, one of the best ways to perk up your kitchen, where, let’s face it, we tend to spend a lot of our time, is by installing cement tiles from Granada Tile. Today, we thought we’d share two very different kitchen tile installation photos that bring pattern and color into the space. First up, a floor tile installation. The kitchen itself is pretty serious—and made for some serious cooking. The cabinets are finished in a rich, dark stain, while the tile backsplash is covered in a creamy subway tile installation. Our cement tiles bring the color to the space. There’s a field of coral-colored tiles, which bring a great dose of color themselves. The look is amplified by the border of our Monarch cement tiles that ring the perimeter of the central island, giving a bit of contrast and pattern. It’s subtle but very effective.
Pattern pops up in another great tile installation, this time a cement tile backsplash in a kitchen that has a rustic/traditional feel. The sage-colored cabinets have an antiqued finish and are paired with a concrete tile backsplash in our Alhambra concrete tile design—a pattern that takes its inspiration from classic tile designs of Spain and North Africa. It’s an unexpected combination, but it looks fantastic, especially bordered by a border on the top and bottom of a cement tile in a similar sage shade.
Are you planning a tile installation project in your kitchen? Make Granada Tile your first stop! Take a look at our interactive Echo Collection catalogues, along with our other catalogues. Try playing with different colors. Then, test out tile installation ideas using our layout tool. You can browse others’ ideas on our Share Designs page too. There are so many ways to get inspired!