How to Install a Kitchen Cement Tile Floor

In a kitchen remodel in a Portland, Oregon, condominium, project manager Em Shephard and her colleagues at Jessica Helgerson Interior Design conceived a bold, graphic space with a knockout cement tile floor composed of Granada Tile's Badajoz cement tile design. Photograph, Lincoln Barbour/courtesy Jessica Helgerson Interior Design.

Now that you’ve decided on your pattern, how do you install a tile floor to ensure it will be beautiful for years to come?  A recent article in SF Gate that can also be found on Houzz, walks you through all the questions from how to pick your cement tile installer to how long the job will take.  See the whole article here.

 Many of our most popular concrete tile designs, like our Fez encaustic tile, our Cluny concrete tile and our Serengeti cement tile are in stock and ready to ship out to you immediately! Or you can have any of our cement tile designs custom color for your tile project, like the Badajoz cement tile above, which has been custom colored in black and white. The qualities that make Granada Tile’s cement tiles the choice of award-winning coffee shops and hot restaurants around the country — along with their beautiful designs and vivid colors, our concrete tile is long-lasting, easy care and low maintenance — are the same ones make it perfect for your home tile project, whether used as patio tile, porch tile, kitchen floor tile, kitchen backsplash tile, bathroom tile, shower tile or laundry room tile.  Start by visiting our cement tile shop to peruse our large selection of in-stock handmade master-crafted cement tiles and call us today at 213-788-4238 to discuss which of our encaustic tile designs would be perfect for your home or restaurant project.


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