For those who love tin tiles, worn metal chic is something Saloni has added to their collections. Foundry comes in three colours; Ceniza, Gris, and Bronce, and four styles in rectangular 450x900mm format; Foundry, Compass, Forge, and Crosby. The latter three also showcasing forged metal style relief. Continue reading Something Chic from Saloni
Luxury interior brand Charlotte Jade, founded in 2015 by artist Charlotte O’Rilley, has recently added ceramic tiles to their product range. The company focuses on hand-drawn images of flora and fauna, attempting to reconnect consumers with the beauty of the natural world. Continue reading Bringing the outside in
Hotel Group PTT (Potato Head) Family’s first Bali Hotel opened in April 2016 just steps away from their Potato Head Beach Club and functions as both stylish accommodation and cultural display. The lovely Katamama is heralded as “a hotel made by artisans” and displays a whole range of handmade Indonesian details. The interior decorations of each suite are hand picked to create unique and inviting spaces that reflect the traditions and talents of Indonesian craftsmen. Continue reading Bespoke, Beautiful, and Balinese
In a city where the majority of buildings are white and grey and with a client brief looking for a building that stands out, MVRDV found the perfect compromise for this Beijing shopping centre. Using pearlescent tiles to cover the façade, the building is both neutral and eye-catching. Continue reading Magnificent M Cube
This is a small selection of company’s offerings that take large formats to the next level and into the ether. Using inspiration from nature in the form of marble and gemstones, digital printing helps to create truly incredible out-of-this-world tiles. Sicis offers both mystic marble and grand-scale gems. The veining in their marble collection comes in five powerful metallic shades, giving the collection its name … Continue reading Playing with Nature
It’s been claimed to be both a growing trend and a dying one. Interior designers don’t seem to agree on 2019’s taste for terrazzo. Terrazzo with a twist was a very big trend last year, with multiple designs creating a vast range in materials, colours, and finishes. There has been a growing trend towards Terrazzo-effect tiles and Tile Addict has been following the numerous terrazzo-inspired … Continue reading Too much Terrazzo?
Both tradition and its partner, craftsmanship, are things consumers are excitedly welcoming into their homes. Whether it’s the comfort factor that comes along with natural textures and colour variations, or the uniqueness they provide that can be hard to locate in modern, sterile environments, the incorporation of artisanal interior elements is a trend that cannot be ignored in 2019. Thankfully it’s also a trend that … Continue reading Old Meets New
Textured tiles of all kinds are cropping up everywhere, expanding on the movement trend from 2018. Whether they are sculpted, moulded, embossed or etched, tactile tiles are going from strength to strength. Some texturised patterns that appeal to both the hand and the eye don’t necessarily make a statement of the relief. Instead they work to complement design creating a complete look with fine, tangible … Continue reading Texture Happy
Stretching from floor to ceiling, large format tiles are here in a big way. Rather than selecting separate materials and colours for wall, countertops, cabinets and backsplashes, it’s now trendy to simply extend the floor upwards. This has a grand impact on interior spaces, especially open plan living areas, creating a clean, smooth expanse. Onice showcases this theme throughout their catalogue for Cevisama. Their large … Continue reading Creations Big and Small
The prevailing mood is; hexagons are out. Although they were big last year, it is thought that 2019 is the time for them to make way for more creative, organic shapes. These range from the elaborate Arabesque to the simple triangle. It has also been thought this will be a big year for fish scale. Naturally, companies have a lot to offer in terms of … Continue reading Shaping up Nicely
Increasingly cropping up in interior style last year, this 2019 trend isn’t shying away. Bold, lively use of colour is here to party. Both interior design and the fashion world have warmly welcomed colour back into the fold, with the former shirking classic neutrals in favour of something a little more fun, and the latter recalling the colour-blocking style from 2011. Interior designers are especially … Continue reading Colouration, Colouration, Colouration!
After trawling through list after list of proposed tile and interior trends of 2019, it seems there are a few things everyone is ready to see a lot of (predominantly those growing on the success of last years trends), and a couple of others from left-field that stand alone. There are also a some things trend-spotters really can’t agree on. For the benefit of Tile … Continue reading Tremendous Trends 2019