Trendy Tones for 2021

Although interior decoration is a personal thing, certain events and happenings can skew popular opinion, leading to trends. Bold, characterful use of colour has been popular for the last few years, steering away from calm, neutral, greyscale interiors. However colour pops are still set to be big in 2021, and one half of Pantone’s Colours of the Year has launched grey back into favour. But … Continue reading Trendy Tones for 2021

Pantone’s Colours of the Year 2021

Pantone‘s Colour of the Year 2021 is in fact two colours – something they have only done once before in 2016. And here at Tile Addict we feel bang on trend, with our yellow and grey colour scheme matching almost perfectly with Pantone’s choices – Ultimate Gray and Illuminated – although we will concede to being a few shades darker. Chosen to represent the dichotomy … Continue reading Pantone’s Colours of the Year 2021

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

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

Modelled on Antique Mirrors

It’s the look of worn aged mirrors that give this collection from Viva an antique flair. Combining a high-gloss finish with the rough marks of wear gives Narciso the best of both worlds, chosen as ” as the gateway to a world of meanings”. These porcelain tiles demonstrate shade variations alongside the age marks, ensuring a visually rich surface. Continue reading Modelled on Antique Mirrors

Metal magic with Cercom

It was a decision to bring to life the unique beauty of oxidised metal within the confines of porcelain stoneware that led Cercom to produce their latest collection, Temper. Maintaining the many qualities of tempered steel – durability and reliable resistance to everyday use – Temper offers it’s own selection of features. Continue reading Metal magic with Cercom

emilgroup provenza new tile collection

Belgian Bleu Brilliance

Emilgroup brand Provenza takes ancient inspiration for their Unique Bleu collection. Subtly interspersed with fossilised flora and fauna, Belgian Pierre Bleu stone provides the primitive appearance imitated by Provenza’s range. The veining and shade variation present in the limestone recall millions of years past, when what is now Belgium lay beneath a tropical sea. Continue reading Belgian Bleu Brilliance

Megeve’s Mountain Wood

For our virtual Coverings, all Italian tile brand Cerdisa has shared with us their comforting collection of wood-looks – Megeve. Four natural tones (Acero, Teak, Rovere, and Wenge) come in a natural effect finish, with four taking on the appearance of oiled wood (Iroko, Rovere, Acero, and Wenge), and three offering a grip finish (Iroko, Teak, and Rovere). Continue reading Megeve’s Mountain Wood

Four finishes from Ceramiche Caesar

Four innovative surface finishes (Soft, Matt R10 A+B, Graph, and Aextra20) come together in Ceramiche Caesar‘s Join. Designed to combine the modernity and elegance of concrete and resin, the collection’s surface finishes explore a variety of aesthetics within the bounds of the material fusion. Continue reading Four finishes from Ceramiche Caesar