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Over the last few months, we've introduced you to some of Granada Tile's new cement tile designs, shared a host of concrete tile installation ideas and taken you on tours of new cement tile installations in residences and restaurants. There's been so much going on, in fact, that we haven't...
Last week we shared some mouth-watering cement tile spotted on one of Melanie and Marcos's trips to Morocco. (As you might recall, we have so many great tile pictures, we just couldn't resist showing you a few more.) This week, as we often do, we wanted to give you some...
Recently, we shared some stunning tile photos of cement tile installations in Guatemala. As is the case with the rest of its Central American neighbors, Guatemala has a long and glorious history with concrete tiles. As you saw, they appear on floors around the country—from shops, to restaurants, theaters, even...
With so much happening here at Granada Tile—new cement tile designs launching, new concrete tile installations to share—it has been a while since we've talked about global inspiration for your own tile projects. We've certainly got plenty of that for you, given that intrepid world travelers Melanie and Marcos are...
At Granada Tile, we love France. Marcos and Melanie have spent countless blissful days traveling around the country—the birthplace of concrete tile. It should come as no surprise then that many of our cement tile designs have a distinctly French flavor. Not long ago, we took you on a virtual tour of...
Last week, Granada Tile took you on a tour of the breathtaking cement tiles found all over Brazil. It got us thinking about how we might translate the tile installations in Brazil using our own concrete tile designs. Happily, given the breadth of our Echo Collection, we're pleased to report that you can easily...
Last week we showed you some amazing historical cement tile in Granada, Nicaragua—this week, we'll share with you how to bring a little of that flavor into your own project. It's not surprising, considering Granada Tile not only takes its name from the city but quite a bit of our concrete tile...
Say you live in a traditional Spanish-style house somewhere in the Southwest. It's got great bones—not to mention some extraordinary, though battered, tile work. Or maybe you fell in love with a place that suffered mightily at the hands of a previous owner's decorative impulses, leaving you with peeling linoleum...

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