Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 20, 2013
Granada Cement and Concrete Tile introduces seven additions to its flagship Echo Collection of cement and concrete tile in its Fall 2013 Lookbook. The new concrete tiles were inspired by the travels of the company’s owners and founder, Marcos Cajina and Melanie Stephens. Included in the volume are Connemara and Galway, which take their cues from traditional Irish designs. French design gets a nod in the form of Lille, Carcassone and Limoges, while North Africa is represented by Tunis and Central Spain by Toledo.
Some of Granada Tile’s most beloved cement tile designs also appear in the Lookbook but are reinterpreted by users on the company’s Share Designs Web site. The new color combinations will inspire customers and how them just how transformative it is to play with Granada Tile’s standard palette of 32 shades.
Of course, the best way to appreciate Granada Tile’s fabulous cement tile offerings is in finished projects, and the Lookbook offers two. The work of designer and builder Ken Koonce, the bathroom tile projects shown illustrate just how versatile Granada Tile’s cement tiles are. While both include our Cluny cement tile design, the color changes in each yield utterly distinctive looks.
About Granada Tile
Based in Los Angeles, Granada Tile creates sensational, handmade eco-friendly cement and concrete tiles. Working closely with architects and designers, Granada Tile strives to capture the customer's creative vision through cement tile.
Top designers and architects (including Tihany Design, Zeff Design, BAMO, Shubin + Donaldson, and Bestor Architecture) have selected Granada Tile for their resorts, spas, restaurants, and offices. Homeowners and interior designers have chosen Granada Tile for their kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, pools, patios on the floors and walls.
While producing cement tiles at the family's production facility in Nicaragua, Granada Tile lives up to its commitment to be an environmentally friendly business by managing resources responsibly and not contributing to landfills or using toxins.