Installation Equation: Fez for a Bathroom Tile Installation

Barbara Bestor incorporated our Fez cement tile design into a bathroom, creating a seamless look. Tile photo courtesy Bestor Architecture.

We love Fez and so do Granada Tile‘s clients (not to mention editors, given some of our most recent press coverage). From the beginning, it has been one of our Echo Collection‘s perennial favorites because it looks right at home in so many settings. Got a contemporary kitchen? Fez looks fabulous in the back splash. Got a Spanish-style kitchen? Fez looks great there too! It’s no surprise, then, that Fez looks great in bathroom tile installations too. Today, we’re thrilled to share a project from one of our favorite collaborators—Barbara Bestor. Longtime cement tile-philes will immediately recognize her name, since she’s the mind behind the fabulous cement tile installation at Intelligentsia in Silver Lake, featuring, you guessed it, Fez. This time around, she used Fez in a bathroom tile installation. For the project, she created a seamless transition from floor to shower with a walk-in stall so nothing breaks up the continuous run of cement tiles. Using a blue-and-white color combination, the floor tiles pick up the blue of the vanity, which is topped with marble. The overall effect, with the wood beam ceiling and sleek finish on the vanity is one of rich texture.

And speaking of Fez, we’re delighted that a tile installation featuring our sensational cement tiles has been generating lots of buzz! The bar and floor tiles—in our beloved Fez pattern—at the new Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Springs, which we showed you a while back, got a shout-out in the Desert Sun this week. Spoiler alert: They love our fabulous concrete tile! Be sure to read the article and see why more and more folks are falling in love with our cement tiles.


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