Although I was on the hunt for fresh new trends at Cersaie this year, I couldn’t help but scout out a few of the trends from Cevisama to see if they’ve remained relatively consistent over the last few months. This is what I found.
Toon Town Terrazzo
One of my favourites – the playful, colourful, whimsical Toon Town Terrazzo was still very much around. Fun colour combos, shapes, marble-looks, and even relief decos added a new element of design to the trend.
I don’t think Wallpaper tiles are going anywhere soon. They’ve been big for years and seem to be getting better and better. At Cersaie there were so many interesting designs with unusual effects, intricate patterns, and enticing textures.
Bold, rich orange and hot crackled red made their mark at Cevisama, and although there weren’t many Lava tiles at Cersaie the ones that were there were very hard to ignore.
This sweet little trend adds softness and a rounded finesse to stone effects. Whether the look is mosaic-style, cobbled, inlaid, or simply paving inspired, the outcome of Pebblish design is always comforting and organic.
It’s a classic pattern but there’s no denying its popularity in modern design. The curves, arches, and patchwork patterns of Half-Moon tiles all strike the balance between our contemporary love for the natural and traditional capacity for detail.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, October 2023.