BDK Restaurant at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco San Francisco is named after the late founder of Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants, Bill Kimpton. Designed by interior designer Ken Fulk, the restaurant has been featured in Architectural Digest and Travel + Leisure. The restaurant serves up comfort classics from Chef Heather Terhune of Top Chef fame.
The beautiful space highlights handsome materials such as raw steel, leather, warm wool plaids, darkened bronze and oak. The space has gorgeous arched windows that allow light into the open dining area. Our Harlequin pattern is used on the floors throughout. The black, white and charcoal handmade cement tiles really add to the overall feel of the space.
We are thrilled that our cement tiles were used in this project. Contact Cement Tile Shop at (800) 704-2701 for more information on how to incorporate cement tile into your next project.
We are excited to announce several new handmade cement tile patterns that are now in stock. These patterns are new additions to our Pacific Collection. Our Pacific Collection features clean pattern lines, straight edges, a smooth finish, and tiles that are presealed for protection. (Note: Presealed tiles should still be sealer prior to, and after, grouting.)
Our Grand Harlequin pattern is extremely flexible and can be arranged in several different combinations to create different looks.
Or Diamond pattern cement tile is a variation of the Grand Harlequin and is available in both Diamond Black and Diamond White. Each color variation can be used independently or mixed together to create a unique look.
Contact Cement Tile Shop at (800) 704-2701 for more information or to order.
Our traditional Harlequin handmade cement tile pattern is a timeless classic. This pattern never seems to go out of style and looks great in both contemporary and traditional homes.
We were lucky enough to receive these photos from an amazing Palm Springs, California ranch renovation using our cement tiles.
The pattern looks amazing with the marble countertops, dark cabinets, stainless appliances and white subway tile.The three dimensional look of the tiles adds great interest to the simple, clean look of the kitchen.