Hexagon Cement Tiles Provide Colorful Accents for Royal Restaurant in DC
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Arabesque Hexagon Cement Pavers were used for an accent wall and the bathroom floors for this Washington D.C. restaurant.
Arabesque is a unique line of Spanish floor tiles or pavers. The collection pays homage to a deeply rooted and rich heritage of traditional Moorish and Spanish tiles that feature interlaced geometric patterns. Each tile is hand-crafted and exquisitely designed here in the USA. Available in traditional bisque colors as well as softer, contemporary shades, these cement Spanish Floor Tiles, with their nuanced curves and classic shapes, are sure to enhance any setting where they are used.
In The Royal's case, the accent wall by the bar features 200 sq. ft. of 8" hexagon in a hand-selected blend of the following colors: Mission Red, City Hall Red, Cotto Dark, Cotto Gold, Natural Gray, Antik Gray, Hacienda, Hacienda Flash. Designer Lucia Windsor Freeman of aggregate architecture+design captured the look and feel of the neighborhood's ambiance and historical perspective with the materials she chose and specified.
Moreover, the geometric theme of this split-level, 45-seat gathering place was carried through to the restrooms where 90 square feet of 8-inch Hexagon tiles were used for the women's restroom in a color blend featuring City Hall Red, Hacienda, and Cotto Gold.
For the men's restroom, 90 square feet of 8-inch Hexagon tiles were used as well, but with a gray color palette featuring a blend of Antik Gray, Smoke, and Sidewalk Gray.
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