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Design Inspiration Blog — Historic Restoration

The Hotel del Coronado's Newest Waterfront Restaurant: Serea, featuring Tesselle Cement Tiles

Karin Jeske Cement Tile Historic Restoration Hotel del Coronado restaurant design Serea

We were thrilled to visit Serea Coastal Cusisine, the newest waterfront restaurant at the famed Hotel del Coronado, and to see Tesselle's white and gold solid color cement tiles, chosen from our palette of over 100 colors, installed in their outdoor patio dining and bar areas of the restaurant.  Described as a high-end, casual, fun bistro, this one-of-a-kind restaurant delivers on both atmosphere and delicious fare. According to San Diego Magazine, Serea is the STAR of the $200 million dollar redo at the Del, and at Tesselle, we are so proud to have been chosen for this project. Above:  Our designer, Karin...

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Using Cement Tiles for Historic Preservation and Restoration Projects

Karin Jeske Classic Cement Tile Designs Historic Preservation Historic Restoration

Contact Tesselle to assist with your historic preservation project.  Cement tiles are a wonderful, authentic choice when restoring an architecturally important building.   Above:  some of the traditional cement tile patterns Tesselle carries in-stock. The technique used to make cement tiles dates back to the 1800s, and these tiles have been produced in small factories around the world ever since.  The hand-made quality of cement tiles produces a surface with slight variations in color and design that can't be matched by off-the shelf, mass-produced products. Tesselle cement tiles can be used on floors, walls and countertops, and while we love taking...

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