Top tile trends we hope to see more of

It’s one thing to follow trends and obey their rules, but it’s another when your favourites never seem to stay in fashion. For Tile Addicts there are a few tile trends we see come and go, designs we love and features we fantasise about, but all too often they don’t stick around long enough for us to enjoy them. So here are Tile Addict’s top … Continue reading Top tile trends we hope to see more of

Broken but breathtaking

Plain subway tiles are the medium of choice for destructive artist Graziano Locatelli. With an intense appreciation for the broken and damaged Locatelli’s artworks celebrate the cracked and fragmented with a decisive level of order. Born in 1977 in Bergamo, a childhood fascination led to this self-taught artist to experiment with unusual materials like aluminium and broken glass. Continue reading Broken but breathtaking

Del Savio

This year marks the 110th anniversary of marble company Del Savio. Originally specialising in the production of Terrazzo and Palladiana floorings, Del Savio extended its production to manufacture marble for additional purposes including furnishings progressively broadened its industrial production and nowadays manufactures marble for different purposes, such as furnishings, various types of coverings, and items for the construction industry. Continue reading Del Savio

Carreaux ciment de Céleste Mogador

Luxury French jewellery company, and purveyor of fine things Céleste Mogador have added one of the finest things of all to their collections – tiles. Their range of nine patterns in a variety of bold hues and delightful designs are currently, unfortunately, sold out, but we can still admire them from afar. Continue reading Carreaux ciment de Céleste Mogador

Fractile Daniel Libeskind and Casalgrande Padana 3D tile

Fractal Forms

A collaboration between architect Daniel Libeskind and Casalgrande Padana brings forward a celebration of fractal mathematics. Fractals are difficult to define concisely, but for the fractals in this case it can be said that there are structures within structures that allow for both the whole and parts of it to be seen as complete. Continue reading Fractal Forms

Blue Curve Interior

2020’s trendy blue marble is the focal point for Roca Tile‘s space in Madrid’s Casa Decor building. Masquespacio, the ever trendy design agency we have previously featured here, created the space as an ode to interio decor, emphasising the role of ceramics and paying homage to the Greco-Roman architectural tradition. Continue reading Blue Curve Interior

Ceramic Crop Circles

A company nestled in California’s endless farmlands continues a family tradition that has been alive since the 1920s. Founded in 1986 by Paul Burns, the ever fascinating and necessary material – clay – offers surprise and inspiration for Fireclay Tile. With a commitment to the implementation of sustainable manufacturing practices, using recycled materials, and employee welfare, Fireclay Tile is a company full of soul. Continue reading Ceramic Crop Circles

Tile Trends Summer 2020

Due to the slow-down of industry and the cancellation of Coverings, and now Cersaie, tile trends are harder to spot. In Feburary we offered Tile Addict’s take on Cevisama, detailing the most notable trends seen throughout the show, with an additional three that were present but slightly less prolific – the patterns and colour palette of 70s retro, 3D tiles with a woven and panelled … Continue reading Tile Trends Summer 2020