Granada Tile just featured a local interior designer featuring their tile:
Recently, our client Jessica Helgerson Interior Design shared an absolutely sensational kitchen with us that we're thrilled to show you. Located in an historic 1926 Portland, Oregon, condominium building, the project involved a major re-imagining of the space. The firm, with project manager Em Shephard leading the way, removed a wall between a narrow galley kitchen, with just one window, and an adjacent family room, to create an expansive and dynamic room.
We're absolutely dazzled by the transformation. The expanded space is light and airy even with a big dose of black in the mix. It all works because sun floods in from the generous windows and the walls are a crisp white, while the ceilings are high, furthering the feeling of openness. Grounding the kitchen and bringing smashing pattern to the space is our Badajoz cement tile design from the Echo Collection for the floor tiles, laid out in a stunning cross pattern. While the elements are traditional, the entire room feels fresh and contemporary.