Get to Know: A Bit about Borders

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Generous, unbroken expanses of square cement tiles are lovely for kitchen tile backsplashes or bathroom wall tile installations. They’re also stunning for floor tile installations—the ideal way to add visual zip to a space. But what if we told you Granada Tileoffers something to add just a little bit more zing to your next tile installation? Something to make it pop and stand out even more? What if we told you about our cement tile corners and borders and showed you a few tile photos to get you inspired? We offer the cement tiles in a range of sizes—from small (4 inches by 4 inches for the corners and 4 inches by eight inches for the borders) to medium (8 inches by 8 inches) to large (10 inches by 10 inches) to fit any type of cement tile installation you might be thinking of. What’s more, we offer a range of stunning border and corner tile designs to complement just about any of our decorative tile designs. Looking for something with an Art Déco feel? Look no further than our aptly named Art Déco border. It gives a stunning 1920s feel to any tile design. Try it next to a solid ground for an eye-catching tile installation.

Art Deco border
 Classic tulip-like elements give our Art Deco border and corner tiles a chic 1920s flair. Try using them to frame a solid cement tile carpet. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

If a traditional Greek key border floats your boat, we’ve got a great one. Corinth comes in 8 inch by 8 inch tiles and is a great interpretation of the timeless pattern. Pair it with one of our bold floral tile designs to create a breathtaking tile carpet that would be stunning just about everywhere.

Corinth and Copenhagen
 Pairing Corinth with our bold Copenhagen tile design makes for a visually complex tile installation. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

For a slightly softer border, another great option would be our Saragosa corner and border tiles. They’re a bit sinuous but still possess a great classical flair. Paired with another of our more floral cement tile designs, the pattern has great design possibilities.

Saragosa and Catarina
 Catarina, a foral cement tile design, gets a neo-classical border in the form of our Saragosa tile design. Tile photo, Granada Tile.

If you’re planning a new tile installation project in the future, be sure to consider adding one of our border tile designs. Use our layout tool and play around with combinations and colors. It’s the perfect way to kick your project up a notch. [subscribe2]

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