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Even with the holiday season fast-approaching, Granada Tile‘s clients and cement tile fans have been hard at work. They’ve been experimenting with color and pattern and posting them for fellow tile-philes to see on our Share Designs site. As an aside, this was a particularly great month on Share Designs, with folks going for really interesting and unusual color combinations and a wide range of tile designs. This month, the name of the game was contrast, with lots of tile design ideas that play up a range of shades to create some serious visual pop. First up is a take on one of Granada Tile’s newer cement tile designs, Firenze. Designer Jennifer Hamelet came up with this intriguing combination of colors, blending contrasting neutrals with a bit of aqua to create just a bit of color. It’s the perfect balance for a tile design that’s heavy on pattern.

Jennifer Hamelet Firenze
 Designer Jennifer Hamelet’s take on our new Firenze cement tile design features neutrals punctuated by blue. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

MaryKay Pisciotta incorporated a range of colors into her interpretation of Chantilly, a cement tile design that blends geometry with some more free-form elements. Here, a sage ground provides a stunning backdrop for the gridded pattern of stars and quatrefoils. This would be a fantastic combination anywhere you want to stand out, such as a focal point-tile backsplash.

Mary Kay Pisciotta Chantilly
 A sage green ground provides a lovely contrast to the pattern in MaryKay Pisciotta’s interpretation of our Chantilly tile design. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

Moving to something a lot more modern in inspiration, we have Kathleen Franza’s Leda cement tile design. We love the mod, space-age feel of this concrete tile—and love its versatility. Just about any combination of colors will look stupendous, like Kathleen’s idea to use aqua inside a white circle all juxtaposed against a gray ground. Its mod presence would jazz up a bathroom effortlessly, creating a dynamic wall tile installation.

Kathleen Franza Leda
 A lively and animated concrete tile design, Leda looks great when a bright color is added for the inner circle. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

If you still haven’t checked out Share Designs, be sure to do it today. It’s a great source of inspiration for all things cement tile–related, and a great way to get amazing tile ideas take your next cement tile installation to the next level. [subscribe2]

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