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Granada Tile derives its name and inspiration from the beautiful, historic city of Granada in Nicaragua. Based in California and Nicaragua, Granada Tile creates exquisite handmade, eco-friendly cement tiles. Skilled craftsmen produce each tile to order. Preserving Nicaragua’s natural beauty and biodiversity is a vital part of the company's values and practices. Granada Tile's creative team thrives on experimentation, innovation and collaboration with architects and designers. To facilitate your ability to create custom colorways and layouts, Granada Tile offers an online Design Center at www.granadatile.com as well as a large selection of in-stock colors and patterns. For more information, please call

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Tile design: Salamanca 14 A

A backsplash of Salamanca Cement Tile is the key to this kitchen’s simple appeal

With only the addition of a small backsplash of Salamanca cement tiles over the store, this kitchen, designed by Michael Canty is transformed. The color scheme - white, grey, black and turquoise - really makes the area sing.

Designer: Michael Canty | Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

Tile design: Cluny C

A Cluny tile backsplash bestows the allure of the French countryside on this traditional kitchen

The addition of a backsplash composed of Granada Tile company’s Cluny cement tile in swirls of black and white pairs with wooden beams to bring warmth to this traditional.

Tile design: Toscano

A Dramatic Designer Bathroom with Granada Tile's Toscano Pattern

J Kurtz Design created a truly stunning bathroom experience complete with Granada Tile's Toscano pattern on the floors in a custom colorway.

Designer: J. Kurtz Design | Photographer: Andrea Rugg

Tile design: Fez A

Adrianna Lopez' Tropical Fez Bathroom

Adrianna Lopez let her imagination run wild to create a tropical bathroom paradise with Granada Tile company's Fez cement tile in blue and white.

Designer: Adrianna Lopez | Photographer: Marcia Prentice

Tile design: Serengeti A

A fireplace takes on a modern cast with a face of Granada Tile company’s Serengeti cement tiles

Designed by Studio Matsalla, a fireplace is given a modern slant with a facing of Granada Tile company’s Serengeti cement tiles in black and cream.

Designer: Studio Matsalla | Photographer: Design Milk

Tile design: Alhambra 50 B

Alhambra Cement Tile Design for Bathroom Shower

Granada Tile company's Alhambra pattern in blue and white has a crisp, geometric elegance. Stand a few feet back and the effect is pure lace. Designer/builder Hope Alexander developed this colorway using Granada Tile company's Echo Collection customizable catalog.

Designer: Hope Alexander | Photographer: Elizabeth Daniels Photography

Tile design: Alhambra 50 B

Alhambra Cement Tile Design for Bathroom Tiles

Clean and modern cement tile installation of the Alhambra cement tile design hand made by Granada Tile company.

Designer: Hope Alexander | Photographer: Elizabeth Daniels Photography

Tile design: Stockholm C

A Match Made in Heaven - Fine Pastry and Granada Tile

A feast for the eyes and the taste buds!  Delicious pastry at the Juniper Table cafe in Palm Springs with Granada Tile's Stockholm patterned cement tile (designed by Erin Adams).

Designer: Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture

Tile design: Astorga A , Beaune A , Bordeaux A , Cluny A , Fez A , Santa Fe A

A mix of black and white cement tiles from Granada Tile Company’s Echo Collection color the risers on a flight of stairs

With a nod to this home’s Spanish Revival roots, a mix of cement tile patterns brings visual interest and a note of whimsy to the risers on a flight of stairs. Chosen from Granada Tile Company’s Echo Collections, the tile patterns, including Bordeaux, Beaune, Astorga, Cluny, Fez, and Santa Fe, find harmony through their tightly controlled palette of black and white and grey.

Designer: Michael Canty | Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

Tile design: Maldon , Santiago , Sherwood

A selection of Granada Tile company’s cement tile designs transform a simple staircase

Using a variety of Granada Tile company’s cement tile designs in black and white, Michael Canty created an arresting focal point from a simple flight of stairs.

Designer: Michael Canty | Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

Tile design: Cluny C

A slate and white Cluny cement tile floor add a luxurious note to an elegant Los Feliz bathroom

Located in the tony Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, this elegant bathroom designed by Deirdre Doherty Interior Design and featuring Granada Tile Company's Cluny cement tile appeared as House Beautiful’s Bathroom of the Month.

Designer: Deirdre Doherty Interior Design | Photographer: Ryan Phillips

Tile design: Cluny C

A slate and white Cluny cement tile floor add a luxurious note to an opulent bathroom

The elegance of a four star hotel-style bathroom designed by Deirdre Doherty Interior Design, which appeared in House Beautiful’s Bathroom of the Month, is underlined by the addition of Granada Tile Company’s Cluny cement tile in slate and white.

Designer: Deirdre Doherty Interior Design | Photographer: Ryan Phillips

Tile design: Fez A

A small balcony is brightened by Granada Tile company’s Fez cement tile

Featured in Real Simple magazine, a small balcony gets a pop of life and color with floor of Granada Tile company’s Fez cement tile in blue and white.

Designer: HomePolish

Tile design: St Tropez A

A St. Tropez Touch in a Lovely Bathroom

Exuberant colors and textures, including a contribution from Granada Tile company's St. Tropez cement tile design, enliven a bathroom by Ken Koonce. Special thanks to designer/builder/photographer Ken Koonce for the use of the photograph.

Photographer: Ken Koonce

Tile design: Scale - Aqua IN STOCK

Back Yard Fire Pit Covered in Mosaic Tile

Emily Kane-Miller created a beautiful and clever back yard fire pit.  She covered a concrete cylinder in Granada Tile's Minis in the shape of a fish scale in the color aqua.  While often used with water, she paired it with fire for maximum dramatic impact.  (The red chairs heighten the drama too.)

Designer: Emily Kane-Miller

Tile design: Maldon 53 A , Santander A

Barbara Bestor Defines Modern Elegance with Granada Tile's Santander and Maldon Tiles

This assertively Modern bathroom by Bestor Architecture is striking and beautiful with its strong black and white diagonal floor (Granada Tile's Santander cement tile pattern) and it's playful wall behind the sink with multiple combinations of color in the Maldon tile.

Designer: Bestor Architecture | Photographer: Laure Joliet

Tile design: Barcelona A

Barcelona Design Cement Tile on the Outdoor Patio of a 's Southern California Mansion

Our clients installed our Barcelona tile design, a lively cement tile pattern, in a combination of mustard, green and coral. It sets just the right tone for the historic space, originally designed by architect Carl Lindbom in San Clemente, California.

Photographer: Granada Tile company

Tile design: Burgos A

Beautiful Seating Area Nestled in Grand Garden

Arcadia Studio in Santa Barbara, California designed this tasteful and welcoming seating area with fire pit using Granada Tile's geometric Burgos design.

Designer: Arcadia Studio

Tile design: Maldon 53 A , Santander A

Bestor Architecture's Splendid Modern Bathroom - View to the Tiled Shower

Bestor Architecture has set a new standard for modern design with this sleek, yet cheerful bathroom, featuring two of Granada Tile's sensational cement tiles: Santander stripes on the floor and Maldon playful triangles on the wall of the shower.

Designer: Bestor Architecture | Photographer: Laure Joliet

Tile design: 8" x 9" Hexagon - Black , 8" x 9" Hexagon - Grey , 8" x 9" Hexagon - Silver , 8" x 9" Hexagon - White

Black, white, silver and grey hexagon-shaped cement tiles from Granada Tile company cover the floor of Otium Restaurant

At Otium Restaurant, the restaurant adjacent to The Broad Museum in downtown Los Angeles, Tamara Kaye-Honey of House of Honey designed a floor that mixes Granada Tile company’s black, white, silver and grey hexagon-shaped cement tiles with wood, echoing the diversity and complexity of the city outside its doors.

Designer: House of Honey | Photographer: Melissa Valladares

Tile design: 8" x 9" Hexagon - Black , 8" x 9" Hexagon - Grey , 8" x 9" Hexagon - Silver , 8" x 9" Hexagon - White

Black, white, silver and grey hexagon-shaped cement tiles from Granada Tile company cover the floor of Otium Restaurant

At Otium Restaurant, the restaurant adjacent to The Broad Museum in downtown Los Angeles, Tamara Kaye-Honey of House of Honey designed a floor that mixes Granada Tile company’s black, white, silver and grey hexagon-shaped cement tiles with wood, echoing the diversity and complexity of the city outside its doors.

Designer: House of Honey | Photographer: Melissa Valladares

Tile design: Cluny C

Bold Cluny Tiles for Stylish Bathroom Floors and Walls

Karen Vidal, of Los Angeles–based Design Vidal, chose Granada Tile company's Cluny cement tile design for the flooring in a period-perfect bathroom.

Designer: Design Vidal | Photographer: Design Vidal

Tile design: Fez B

Bold Fez for a Chic Bathroom

Tile walls make for drama and durability in bathrooms. Edward Solis chose Granada Tile company's Fez design in a bold black-and-white combination. It's a great counterpoint to the pale blue of the other walls and lends an Art Deco feel to the cement tile installation.

Designer: Edward Solis

Tile design: Bucharest A

Bucharest cement tile brings vintage flair to a Los Angeles home

In order to maintain the historical integrity of this space, long-time Granada Tile company clients Karen and Guy Vidal chose Bucharest cement tile for the bathroom floor of this vintage home.

Designer: Design Vidal | Photographer: Design Vidal

Tile design: Buniel 31 A

Buniel Tile is a Class Act in VonFitz Designed Kitchen

This kitchen sports a top-notch design by VonFitz Design. The Granada Tile-made Buniel cement tiles absolutely makes the look.

Designer: Maria von Hartz and Annie Fitzgerald of Von Fitz Design | Photographer: Bethany Nauert

Tile design: Fez A

Cement Tile Kitchen Backsplash Fez A Blue and White Design

Design Vidal, a longtime Granada Tile company client, opted for the exotic motif that Fez A cement tile blue and white design gives to this kitchen backsplash.

Designer: Design Vidal | Photographer: Susanne Hayek Photography

Tile design: Alicante A , Ardoz A , Boston 81 A , Boulder 85 A , Calais B , Fez A , Luxor 30 A , Rabat A , Serengeti A

Cement Tile Patchwork Design in Blues for Go Greek Yogurt Shop in Beverly Hills

Patchwork tile installations have to be one of our favorite cement tile installations, and we love the one at Go Greek in Beverly Hills, designed by ModMan. In a range of blues, the concrete tile installation by Granada Tile company is a treat for the eye—just as the yogurt is for the taste buds.

Designer: ModMan | Photographer: ModMan

Tile design: Venezia A

Cement Tile Study Floor in Venezia Custom Design

The homeowners picked custom colors to create a vibrant and organic cement tile carpet in their study. The decorative tile is Granada Tile’s Venezia pattern.

Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

Tile design: Chantilly A , Monarch Border A , Monarch Corner A

Cement Tile with Chantilly Design in Outdoor Patio at the Pasadena Showcase House

The sensational carpet created by these cement tiles from Granada Tile company gives a whole new meaning to a room with a view. If you are lucky enough to know the owners of the Pasadena Showcase House, you might get a chance to see it. This beautiful outdoor environment was created by Sacred Space Garden Design.

Designer: Sacred Space Garden Design

Tile design: Chantilly A

Chantilly Tiles in Bathroom designed by Mission Tile West

Chantilly cement tiles with the custom colors manage to be subtle and bold simultaneously. The bathroom was designed by Mission Tile West with tiles made by Granada Tile company. Photograph by Brian Sanderson.

Designer: Mission Tile West | Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

Tile design: Fez A

Chic Fez Cement Tile Bathroom Floor

Architect Barbara Bestor did a stunning cement floor tile installation using our Fez cement tile design. Its bold colors are picked up in the vanity. Photo courtesy of Bestor Architecture.

Designer: Bestor Architecture | Photographer: Bestor Architecture

Tile design: Arabesque - White - In Stock

Classic Clean White Bathroom with Andalucia Arabesque Cement Tile

Granada Tile company’s white Andalucia Arabesque cement tile adds a subtle movement in a classic clean white bathroom.

Designer: Granada Tile Company | Photographer: Granada Tile company

Tile design: Tunis 54 B

Classy and Exotic Kitchen in The Current

Using Granada Tile's Tunis design, Ariel Fox Design created this striking commercial kitchen in The Current in Long Beach.

Designer: Ariel Fox Design | Photographer: Manolo Langis

Tile design: Star&Cross-White&Grey IN STOCK

Classy Bathroom with Granada Tile Minis Star and Cross Tiles

Designer Kathryn Miller excels in creating a classy bathroom complete with Minis Collection cement tiles in a star and cross format on the floor.

Designer: Kathryn Miller Interiors & Design

Tile design: Fez A

Close-up of Cement Tile Kitchen Backsplash Fez A Design in Blue and White

The simple graphic look of the Granada Tile company’s Fez A cement tile blue and white design is at once modern and exotic, working well on this studio office kitchen backsplash and floor. Designed by Shubin + Donaldson Architects.

Designer: Shubin + Donaldson Architects | Photographer: Tom Bonner Photography

Tile design: Cluny A

Cluny Cement Tile Design in Earthtones for a Bathroom Tile Installation

Stylish bathroom by Ken Koonce gets a soothing, earthtones cement tile floor in Granada Tile company's Cluny design. Special thanks to designer/builder/photographer Ken Koonce for the use of the photograph.

Photographer: Ken Koonce

Tile design: St Tropez A

Cluny Cement Tile Design in Vintage Bathroom

Floral cement tile design of St. Tropez adds pattern to a serene bathroom by Design Vidal.

Designer: Design Vidal | Photographer: Design Vidal

Tile design: Serengeti A

Concrete Cement Tile Kitchen Backsplash Serengeti A Cream and Black Design

The team at Design Vidal picked Granada Tile company’s Serengeti A concrete tile pattern to add vitality to this kitchen area.

Designer: Design Vidal | Photographer: Design Vidal

Tile design: Copenhagen A

Copenhagen Cement Tile Design in Outdoor Patio in Terrine Restaurant in Los Angeles

Granada Tile company's Copenhagen design cement encaustic tile, in our in-stock colors of yellow, white, pine and terracotta, glow with the lush colors of a Provencal summer, adding to the beauty of the Terrine Restaurant’s outdoor dining space.

Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

Tile design: Copenhagen A

Copenhagen Tile Design Handmade by Granada Tile Company for the Bouchon Bistro in Beverly Hills

New York design firm Tihany Design chose Granada Tile company's Copenhagen design in a custom colorway to add a lively and elegant French flair to Bouchon Bistro Restaurant Bar in Beverly Hills.

Designer: Tihany Design | Photographer: Art Gray

Tile design: Corsica A

Corsica cement tile in bright blue are a bold choice for this bathroom shower stall

Granada Tile company’s bold blue Corsica cement tiles echo the vivid color of the nearby ocean in the shower stall of a Venice Beach, California home renovated by Mox Construction.

Designer: Mox Construction

Tile design: Cannes A , Monaco A

Custom Cement Tile Company Designs in Teal and White for Delphine Restaurant in Hollywood

These Cannes and Monaco cement tiles were designed by MARKZEFF and handmade by Granada Tile company for Delphine Restaurant at the W Hotel in Hollywood. The two designs complement each other perfectly but are different enough, to give the tile installation a smart, rhythmic quality. Against the warm shades of the space, the teal blue offers a great splash of color.

Designer: MARKZEFF | Photographer: Scott Snider

Tile design: Sofia 55 A

Custom Sofia design cement tiles anchor a spacious open plan kitchen designed by Commune in Los Angeles

In this spacious open plan Los Angeles kitchen, designed by Commune, which first appeared in Elle Decor, a custom-colored kitchen tile floor of Granada Tile company’s expanded Sofia cement tiles anchors the bright blue cabinetry of this exuberant contemporary kitchen.

Designer: Commune | Photographer: Richard Powers

Tile design: Fez A

Cute Cactus on Deck with Vibrant Fez Tile

The juxtaposition of cacti and Granada Tile's Fez patterned cement tiles in blue and white is some how, well, cute.

Tile design: Napoli 51 A

Decorative Cement Tiles in Napoli Design at Mercato di Vetro Restaurant

MARKZEFF, the renowned New York design firm, designed the Mercato di Vetro restaurant and the custom tiles, made by Granada Tile company.

Designer: MARKZEFF

Tile design: La Rochelle A

Decorative Tile La Rochelle A Handmade by Granada Tile Company for Patio Installation

Bestia Restaurant chose Granada Tile company's La Rochelle design cement and concrete tile for a touch of warmth and color.

Designer: Osvaldo Maiozzi | Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

Tile design: Buniel 31 A

Designer Emily Henderson Creates Glorious Patio with Granada Tile's Buniel Cement Tile

Designer Emily Henderson creates a glorious patio with Granada Tile's Buniel Cement Tile in midnight and hawk.

Designer: Emily Henderson Design | Photographer: Tessa Neustadt

Tile design: Fez B

Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard Goes All Out with His Gorgeous Patio

As we all know, Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard is a phenomenon of exuberant, Moroccan-inspired good taste.  Granada Tile has had the honor to be selected for a number of his projects, including this one.  Our geometric, Fez design is one of his favorites.

Designer: Martyn Lawrence Bullard Design

Tile design: Fez B

Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard Goes All Out with His Gorgeous Patio - Part 2

Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard is a genius at all things exuberant and joyful and this other part of his backyard is no exception.

Designer: Martyn Lawrence Bullard Design

Tile design: Stockholm C

Does your favorite cafe have a wall and floor like this?

Designer Erin Adams' playful chic cement tile - Stockholm design by Granada Tile - plays a leading role in the striking Juniper Table Cafe at the Kimpton Rowan Hotel in Palm Springs.

Photographer: Tracie Yang

Tile design: Toscano A

Dripp Coffee Sets an Upbeat Tone with Toscano Floor Tiles

Dripp Coffee used Granada Tile's Toscano patterned cement tiles in shades of blue to create a bouyant, happy mood.

Tile design: Toscano A

Dripp Coffee Shows Off Granada Tile's Cheerful Toscano Patterned Encaustic Cement Tiles

The Fullerton Dripp Coffee location is a big bright cheerful place to have a superb cup of coffee and other delicious treats. One of the treats for the eyes is the expanse of Granada Tile encaustic cement tiles in the Toscano pattern extending throughout the cafe.

Tile design: Star&Cross-White&Grey IN STOCK

Elegant Star and Cross Pattern from Granada Tile Company’s Minis Collection in Kitchen Backsplash

Granada Tile company’s Minis Collection Star and Cross cement tiles in grey and white provide an elegant backdrop to this kitchen backsplash.

Designer: Granada Tile Company | Photographer: Granada Tile company

Tile design: Long Hex - Grey , Long Hex - Silver , Long Hex - White

Elegant Weave of Three Colors of Long Hex Tile

This stunning bathroom weaves together three different colors (white, grey and silver) of Granada Tile's Long Hex design.

Designer: Granada Tile Company | Photographer: Granada Tile company

Tile design: Cluny C

Encaustic Cement Tile on Dining Room Floor Cluny C Black and White Design

Granada Tile company's Cluny C black and white encaustic tile takes the stage in this vibrant dining room floor designed by Adrianna Lopez.

Designer: Adrianna Lopez

Tile design: Venezia A

Encaustic Tile Venezia Custom Design for Inspiring Historian’s Home Office

Granada Tile company’s Venezia cement tile pattern was custom colored by the Ibrahim family. This decorative encaustic tile carpet takes center stage in their new office.

Tile design: Estrella 60 A

Estrella cement tiles on the bathroom floor evoke a favorite summer vacation spot

Turning to their summer home in Greece for inspiration, a young Southern California couple chose Granada Tile company’s Estrella cement tiles in sunny shades of sky, yellow, white and blue for their bathroom floor tile.

Tile design: Europa A

Europa Tile Geometric Design Handmade by Granada Tile Company for Malibu Fish Grill Restaurant in West Hollywood

Granada Tile company’s Europa tile design defines the bustling service counter at Malibu Fish Grill in West Hollywood, California.

Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

Tile design: Fez B

Fez Geometric Cement Tile Design on Counter Front at Bar Area in Hollywood

Ariel Fox chose cement tiles from Granada Tile company for the pool area at Rubix, a luxury apartment building in Hollywood. Here, Fez geometric cement tile in black and white accents the front of the bar area near the barbecues.

Tile design: Fez A

Fez Geometric Cement Tile Design on Counter Front at Hotel Bar Area in Palm Springs

At the Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Springs, the Sessions Bar, the pool-adjacent restaurant and bar, gets a jolt of color from our Fez A cement tile design by Granada Tile company.

Photographer: Mr. Important Design

Tile design: Khufu A , Luxor 30 A , Yuma 95 A

Granada Tile Cement Tiles Dance in Rappahannock Oyster Bar

Granada Tile's modern cement tiles mix geometric forms and vibrant colors that rise from floor to bar front in the Rappahannock Oyster Bar in downtown Los Angeles.

Designer: Studio UNLTD | Photographer: Wonho Frank Lee

Tile design: Cluny C

Granada Tile company’s Cluny cement tile in black and white

Echoing the pattern of the ceiling, designer Tamara Kaye Honey of House of Honey confined Granada Tile Company’s Cluny cement tile in black and white within a black grid, bringing elegant formality to the breakfast room of an Altadena home.

Designer: House of Honey

Tile design: Fez A

Granada Tile Company’s Fez cement tile creates the foundation for a beautiful rooftop deck

To celebrate the launch of her new website, Mane Addicts, celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin tapped Consort Design to transform her rooftop deck. Building on a foundation of Granada Tile Company’s cement tiles, the patio is now an urban oasis.

Designer: Consort Design | Photographer: Phil Sanchez

Tile design: Fez A

Granada Tile Company's Fez Design in Blue and White in Studio Kitchen and Dining Room

Granada Tile company's Fez design in blue and white creates a buzz at the modern Biscuit Filmworks headquarters.

Designer: Shubin + Donaldson Architects | Photographer: Tom Bonner Photography

Tile design: Sofia 55 A

Granada Tile Company Sofia cement tile covers the entryway of a Spanish-style home in Los Angeles

Steve Jones, owner of Better Shelter, chose Granada Tile Company’s Sofia cement tile for the entryway floor tile of his Los Angeles home. The house was photographed by Marcia Prentice for her book, “How We Live”.

Photographer: Marcia Prentice

Tile design: Serengeti A

Granada Tile Company’s Serengeti cement tile makes a deck pop

To make an outdoor deck pop, Jill Burnham added a floor of Granada Tile Company’s Serengeti cement tile.

Tile design: Copenhagen A

Granada Tile fit for a DAMA (restaurant)

Designer Carolina Wicker works the bold colors in Granada Tile's Copenhagen design cement tiles at DAMA, a plush tropical restaurant and bar in the heart of Los Angeles' Fashion District.

Designer: Carolina Wicker | Photographer: Wonho Frank Lee

Tile design: Fez A

Granada Tile's Fez design creates bold graphic at Intelligentsia Coffeebar

Granada Tile's cement tile in Fez blue and white pattern at Intelligentsia Coffeebar in Silver Lake (Los Angeles). Fabulous design by Bestor Architecture. The tiles add a lively, bold, graphic effect to a tall, open space.

Designer: Bestor Architecture

Tile design: Luxor 30 A

Granada Tile's Luxor Cement Tiles are The Principal Design Feature at the Waterford Residence in Long Beach

Granada Tiles Luxor cement tiles are the very first thing to catch your eye when you enter the Waterford Residence in Long Beach. Gentle and suggestive in aqua and white, they speak to elegance and a lifestyle near the ocean.

Designer: Better Shelter

Tile design: Serengeti A

Granada Tile's Serengeti Tiles Take Center Stage in This Expansive Kitchen

Featured in Dwell Magazine, this light and airy kitchen has a floor covered in glorious Serengeti cement tile by Granada Tile.

Photographer: Grey Crawford

Tile design: Sofia 55 A

Happy Backsplash in Traditional Kitchen by Design Vidal Collaborative

Design Vidal Collective used Granada Tile's Sofia patterned cement tiles for the backsplash of this happy kitchen.

Designer: Design Vidal | Photographer: Design Vidal

Tile design: Hokkaido

Hokkaido cement tiles in shades of blue from Granada Tile Company's Echo Collection, cover a fireplace in Encino

Hokkaido cement tiles in shades of blue from Granada Tile Company's Echo Collection, brighten the fireplace of a ranch house in Encino designed by VonFitz Design. The architect on the project was Jeff Troyer.

Designer: Maria von Hartz and Annie Fitzgerald of Von Fitz Design | Photographer: Lee Manning

Tile design: Fez A

Hollywood Fez Exterior Grand Entrance Granada Cement Tile

Granada Tile company's cement tile in Fez A geometric blue and white pattern makes a bold statement at this private residence is in the hills of West Hollywood.

Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

Tile design: Fez A

Intelligentsia Coffee in Silver Lake sports exuberant Granada Tile Fez pattern

Granada Tile's cement tile in Fez blue and white pattern at Intelligentsia Coffeebar in Silver Lake (Los Angeles). Fabulous design by Bestor Architecture. The tiles add a lively, bold, graphic effect to a tall, open space.

Designer: Bestor Architecture

Tile design: Kite - Blue & White

Joyful Kitchen Backsplash in Granada Tile Company’s Minis Kite Tile in Blue and White

Joyful and vibrant, this kitchen wall sports Granada Tile company’s Minis Collection Kite tile in blue and white. Enjoy a sense of a carefree summer every day of the year!

Designer: Granada Tile Company | Photographer: Granada Tile company

Tile design: Egret by Justina Blakeney , 8" x 9" Hexagon - Midnight

Justina Blakeney of Jungalow creates a custom hexagon tile for a new Casita

Justina Blakeney, owner/designer of Jungalow, chose Granada Tile to make a custom Egret cement tile hexagon for her Casita project.  The tile literally soars through the room, creating an invigorating feeling of flight and serenity.

Designer: Justina Blakeney, Jungalow

Tile design: Egret by Justina Blakeney , 8" x 9" Hexagon - Midnight

Justina Blakeney of Jungalow designs a custom Egret hexagon tile for a new Casita

In collaboration with Granada Tile, Justina Blakeney of Jungalow fame has designed a custom Egret hexagonal cement tile.  Paired with Granada Tile's midnight hexagon, the effect is stunning.

Designer: Justina Blakeney, Jungalow

Tile design: Parla A

Kellie Eserts Interiors Created Lovely Bathroom with Parla Cement Tiles

Kellie Eserts Interiors created a charming, light-filled bathroom with black and white Parla patterned cement tiles by Granada Tile.

Designer: Kellie Eserts Design

Tile design: Serengeti A

Los Angeles bar Break Room 86 showcases a floor of Granada Tile Company’s Serengeti cement tiles

Popular karaoke bar Breakroom 86 located in the bottom of The Line Hotel in Los Angeles’ Koreatown neighborhood, uses Granada Tile Company’s Serengeti cement tile laid out in a pattern of regular squares.

Designer: Houston Hospitality

Tile design: Arabesque - Grey - In Stock

Lovely Shades of Grey in Granada Tile Company’s Andalucia Arabesque in Kitchen Backsplash

This kitchen backsplash is enlivened by subtle shades of grey in Granada Tile company’s Andalucia Arabesque tile.

Designer: Granada Tile Company | Photographer: Granada Tile company

Tile design: Mimbres 97 A

Mimbres cement tiles give this small bathroom big impact

Michael Canty tiled this bathroom with exuberance in Granada Tile company’s Mimbres cement tiles, using this intricate pattern as both bathroom floor tile and wall tile.

Designer: Michael Canty | Photographer: Brian Sanderson, Salt & Pepper Studios

Tile design: Star&Cross-White&Grey IN STOCK

Minis and Marble - A Classy Bathroom Designed by Kathryn Miller with Granada Tile Floors

Designer Kathryn Miller matched Granada Tile's Minis Star and Cross pattern in white and grey with marble tile and bathtub to create a very classy bathroom.

Designer: Kathryn Miller Interiors & Design

Tile design: Sofia 55 A

ModOp Design Features Granada Tile Company's Sofia Patterned Cement Tiles

Textile designer Alexandra Becket and her husband, Greg Steinberg, launched ModOp Design, a home renovation company after renovating their own home. The master bath sported a vibrant floor of Granada Tile company's Sofia cement tile.

Tile design: Alhambra 50 A

Mox Construction Uses Alhambra Cement Tile to Create a Gorgeous Shower

Alhambra tiles in blues and greens are jewel-like in Mox Construction's gorgeous shower.

Designer: Mox Construction

Tile design: Alhambra 50 A

Nearly finished, Alhambra shower looks bejewelled

The rich, multicolored Alhambra cement tile gives this shower a quality of bathing among jewels.

Tile design: Normandy A

Normandy Design Adds Flair to a Los Angeles Bathroom

Choosing our Normandy cement tile design in a custom color combination creates a chic bathroom with a one-of-a-kind feel.

Photographer: Lauren Gibbs

Tile design: 8" x 8" - Coffee , 8" x 8" - White

Patio for the Stars: It's Simple but So Elegant

When designer extraordinaire Nate Berkus contacted for patio tile, we will thrilled.  He chose simple simple--but perfect--square tiles from our Echo Collection in coffee and white.  The resulting patio sings.  Here is a photo from Architectural Digest.

Designer: Nate Berkus

Tile design: Madesimo A

Playful and Elegant Madesimo Tiles Make for a Beautiful Kitchen Designed by ModOp Design with Better Shelter

Take a tip from the pros:  covering the face of your island with eye-catching handmade cement tiles is guaranteed to garner a second look.  So here is ModOp Design's brilliant use of Granada Tile's Madesimo cement tile pattern.


Designer: Better Shelter | Photographer: Alex Zarour, Virtually Here Studios

Tile design: Castelo A

Playful Cement Tile for Man's Best Friend

Even canine companions love Granada Tile company. At the Dog Ranch Bed & Biscuit, Fariba Kashef, of Archarium, used Granada Tile company’s Castelo design for the company's office floor tiles. To see more about the Dog Ranch and our cement tile there, be sure to read about it at www.granadatile.com/blog//07/03/breaking-news-the-dog-ranch-bed-biscuit/

Designer: Archarium | Photographer: Archarium

Tile design: Stockholm C

Playful Stockholm Tile in a Cafe to Remember

At the Juniper Table cafe in the Rowan Kimpton Hotel Palm Springs, you will find playful cement tiles and yummy food.  The former were made by Granada Tile with a design by Erin Adams.

Photographer: Will Taylor, Bright Bazaar

Tile design: Cluny C

Playing with Contrast Using our Cluny Tile Design

By simply changing up your colors, you can totally transform the look of our cement tiles. Here, a bathroom tile installation by Ken Koonce gets a jolt of high-contrast with our Cluny cement tile design in black and white. Special thanks to designer/builder/photographer Ken Koonce for the use of the photograph.

Photographer: Ken Koonce

Tile design: Khufu A

Pyramid Cement Tile Floor Design in Blue and Mustard at Beachwood Café in Hollywood Hills

The Beachwood Café has a bright, cheerful decor, enhanced by Granada Tile company's Khufu (pyramid-shaped) design tiles in blue and mustard. The Café's design is by Bestor Architects who also did the Intelligentsia Coffee and Tea in Silverlake with Granada Tile company's Fez A iconic design. Photo from the L.A. Weekly, taken by Jessica Ritz.

Designer: Bestor Architecture | Photographer: Jessica Ritz

Tile design: Khufu A , Luxor 30 A , Yuma 95 A

Rappahannock Oyster Bar does a playful dance with Granada Tile's modern cement tiles

Rappahannock Oyster Bar in downtown Los Angeles does a playful dance with Granada Tile's modern cement tiles, mixing geometric forms and vibrant colors that rise from floor to bar front.

Designer: Studio UNLTD | Photographer: Wonho Frank Lee

Tile design: Estrella 60 A

Richard Takata Chose Granada Tile's Estrella Designed Cement Tile for His Kitchen

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At age 10, Marcos Cajina used his mother’s sewing machine and an old pair of jeans to create a Kung Fu-style backpack and set off to explore his native Nicaragua. He had heard about the country’s giant lake with tiny islets and wanted to explore them for himself. During his adventures, he first spotted the spectacular historic tile floors found throughout Nicaragua. Today, as founder and president of Granada Tile, Marcos uses those same qualities of creativity, daring and passion to craft cement tiles using a year old process that originated in Europe and came to Central America through trade routes.
Marcos and his wife and partner Melanie Stephens rediscovered these sensational cement tiles on a visit to Granada, Nicaragua. This stunning colonial city is bursting with historic cement tiles from early s. Despite their age, they are in great shape and take center stage in every setting.

Granada Tile

Marcos started Granada Tile in when he built a hydraulic press in his basement while living in Los Angeles and working in the non-profit sector. He spent several months learning how to replicate the tiles by experimenting with a variety of methods and materials. Soon, the ever-adventurous Marcos set off to France with his wife and partner Melanie Stephens to further research the origins of the tiles. They visited public buildings and old estates to see the works of art in person and also dug through specialty libraries to find texts about the origins of the cement tile production process. In , Marcos set up production in Nicaragua with his nephew and general manager Ronald Mejia Cajina and hired skilled master craftsmen to create the Echo Collection.

Granada Tile

Beautiful and environmentally responsible, Granada Tiles have become increasingly popular throughout the United States and are installed in numerous fine homes, hotels, commercial venues and public buildings. You may have seen them at Chef Thomas Keller’s Bouchon Beverly Hills or at , a hip bar underneath Jacques restaurant in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood. "Not only are these handmade cement tiles strong, durable and scratch and stain resistant, they have a vintage beauty that can be very versatile," says Marcos. "The tiles’ bold patterns and dynamic colors can look just as beautiful in a historic mansion as in a new loft."
From their home base in Los Angeles, Marcos and Melanie work directly with Granada’s many architect and designer clients to help capture their creative vision though decorative tile. Constant innovators, they travel to Nicaragua frequently, continuing to draw from the land’s natural beauty and diversity for new styles, designs and methods.

Granada Tile

To compliment the Echo Collection, Granada Tile has added two new lines: the Andalucia Collection features thin, hand poured cement tiles like glazed ceramic only stronger and more organic; and the Minis Collection introduces small sized, big impact cement tiles inspired by Moroccan zellige shapes that are perfect for a variety of design applications.

Granada Tile

At age 10, Marcos Cajina used his mother’s sewing machine and an old pair of jeans to create a Kung Fu-style backpack and set off to explore his native Nicaragua. He had heard about the country’s giant lake with tiny islets and wanted to explore them for himself. During his adventures, he first spotted the spectacular historic tile floors found throughout Nicaragua. Today, as founder and president of Granada Tile, Marcos uses those same qualities of creativity, daring and passion to craft cement tiles using a year old process that originated in Europe and came to Central America through trade routes.
Marcos and his wife and partner Melanie Stephens rediscovered these sensational cement tiles on a visit to Granada, Nicaragua. This stunning colonial city is bursting with historic cement tiles from early s. Despite their age, they are in great shape and take center stage in every setting.

Granada Tile

Marcos started Granada Tile in when he built a hydraulic press in his basement while living in Los Angeles and working in the non-profit sector. He spent several months learning how to replicate the tiles by experimenting with a variety of methods and materials. Soon, the ever-adventurous Marcos set off to France with his wife and partner Melanie Stephens to further research the origins of the tiles. They visited public buildings and old estates to see the works of art in person and also dug through specialty libraries to find texts about the origins of the cement tile production process. In , Marcos set up production in Nicaragua with his nephew and general manager Ronald Mejia Cajina and hired skilled master craftsmen to create the Echo Collection.

Granada Tile

Beautiful and environmentally responsible, Granada Tiles have become increasingly popular throughout the United States and are installed in numerous fine homes, hotels, commercial venues and public buildings. You may have seen them at Chef Thomas Keller’s Bouchon Beverly Hills or at , a hip bar underneath Jacques restaurant in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood. "Not only are these handmade cement tiles strong, durable and scratch and stain resistant, they have a vintage beauty that can be very versatile," says Marcos. "The tiles’ bold patterns and dynamic colors can look just as beautiful in a historic mansion as in a new loft."
From their home base in Los Angeles, Marcos and Melanie work directly with Granada’s many architect and designer clients to help capture their creative vision though decorative tile. Constant innovators, they travel to Nicaragua frequently, continuing to draw from the land’s natural beauty and diversity for new styles, designs and methods.

Granada Tile

To compliment the Echo Collection, Granada Tile has added two new lines: the Andalucia Collection features thin, hand poured cement tiles like glazed ceramic only stronger and more organic; and the Minis Collection introduces small sized, big impact cement tiles inspired by Moroccan zellige shapes that are perfect for a variety of design applications.

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