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At Granada Tile, we go above providing you with just the tile design you desire for your space. We give you background and share the encaustic tile history, so you can share what you’ve learned when you are entertaining and your guests are admiring your newly adorned home. Ceramic encaustic...
As the centerpiece for gathering friends and family for weeknight dinners and special occasions, the dining room is a space in your home that commands drama and attention. This space also calls for unique materials and décor to set it apart from the rest of the house and still...
Choosing the tile color for any particular space in your home can seem like a daunting task. There are multiple factors that influence how a space looks and feels, and color is a big one. So how do you choose the right color and make the most of your...
Tiles have been one of the most classic and beloved décor materials for centuries. The craft dates back to 20,000 BC when humans started making figures and objects using clay and other materials with in-ground kilns. While tile trends come and go, one color combination has remained a tried-and-true classic...
Modern design can mean many things, and in today’s design world it showcases clean sleek lines, bold colors and creamy neutrals in bathroom designs. We’re also seeing a lot of modern designs combining neutral palettes with clean lines and organic accents, such as wood paneling on the vanity. For...
Make Your Patio or Deck into Your Favorite Room March 20th marked the first official day of spring! And if you’re anything like us, you’ve been dreaming about warmer, longer days, and mother nature in all her glory. For design enthusiasts, spring is also the time to begin dreaming of...
When you think about the part of your home that your family spends the most time in and connects in, you might picture your kitchen. The kitchen is the heart (and stomach) of the home that fuels your family, serves as the centerpiece for gatherings and entertaining, and is...
Granada Tiles Sofia cement tiles in the entryway, photo by Marcia Prentice,
The other day we shared the entry way of a home in Colorado that welcomes visitors with a bright floor of black and white Fez cement tile. Cement tile is a great choice for an entry way. With its non-slippery surface (clients rave how it feels like silk on bare...
  A recent post on House Beautiful found us drooling over clawfoot and sunken tubs. In the cold and rain they certainly loom large in our bathroom renovation dreams, thoughts of evenings spent submerged in bubbles all the up to our chinny-chin-chin getting us through chilly, dreary days. Here are a...
Ceramic tiles first made an appearance in the ninth or tenth century BC, with cement tile arriving quite a bit later in the 1800s when hydraulic presses were invented and Portland cement was discovered. Gracing the walls and floors of wealthy homes to extravagant palaces and temples alike, tile...

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