Tag: Encaustic cement tiles

Granada Tile’s Calais pattern installed across an outdoor patio wall
Proven by the plethora of magazines, websites, and companies dedicated to home renovations, inspiration can strike anywhere. Home decor, be it brightly colored throw pillows or a mesmerizing wall tile pattern, earns a place in the hearts of people across the world, and for a good reason. The home...
A bathtub area covered with Athens pattern from Granada Tile
In a world of IKEA furniture and DIY projects, architects and designers need to be creative when adding unique elements to a home. Incorporating handmade encaustic cement tiles is an excellent starting point, but everyone has seen a backsplash, and it may be lacking the ‘wow factor’ a client...
The floor and back wall of a bathroom covered with Granada Tile's Slate-and-white Fez 928 tile
Luxury, uniqueness, and vibrancy are all things architects seek out when planning a home’s design. What could encompass all of these besides handmade cement tiles? The word ‘handmade’ by itself evokes a sense of luxury, and each tile having undergone a specific process to end up a beautiful piece...
A covered balcony with encaustic tiled flooring, a table, and 3 chairs
Figure 1 In Little Rock, Ashley Knickrehm has created an elegant, bucolic deck with Granada Tile's encaustic cement tile La Rochelle. Interior designers and architects around the world want their designs to last and be admired for years to come. That is why they often turn towards tiles for their...

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