Colour of the Year 2023: Everything Else

Opting for something entirely different, these companies have selected colours for 2023 that stand apart from the pinks, greens, and earth tones that are dominating Colour of the Year choices. Behr Keeping things ultra safe is Behr’s all white Blank Canvas. As neutral as a neutral can get, Blank Canvas does what it says on the tin. Coloro + WGSN Continuing on from Pantone’s 2022 … Continue reading Colour of the Year 2023: Everything Else

Colour of the Year 2023: Earth Tone Edition

Continuing our modern love for rich earthy delights that have shown themselves in countless interior design trends over the past few years, plenty of companies have chosen wonderful earth tones for 2023. Dutch Boy This calming grey beige tone – Rustic Greige – is a silky soft earth tone full of maturity. Sherwin-Williams An earthy neutral with a hint of pink, Redend Point will warm … Continue reading Colour of the Year 2023: Earth Tone Edition

Colour of the Year 2023: Green Edition

Colours of the Year just keep on coming, so here’s a selection of the greens. Dulux A stunning yellow-toned green shade named Wild Wonder is set to bring positivity, light, and ‘the magic of nature’ into our homes in 2023. Krylon Deep, dark foresty tones hail supreme in Spanish Moss, 2023’s chosen tone from Krylon. Perfect outside and in, this moody shade is a fabulous … Continue reading Colour of the Year 2023: Green Edition

Colour of the Year 2023: Pink Edition

We kicked off 2022 with a whole bunch of companies and the colours they selected to be Colour of the Year. In true Tile Addict fashion, we found a whole bunch of tiles to match, from the soft sagey October Mist 1495 from Benjamin Moore to the intensely magenta Orchid Flower from WGSN. And as it’s that time of year again, we’re sharing all the … Continue reading Colour of the Year 2023: Pink Edition

Instagram colour faves

From cottagecore to grandmillennial, homeowners’ interior choices have been heavily influenced by social media platforms such as TikTok, Instagram and Pinterest. With people staying in more as the night draws in, Alan Boswell Landlord Building Insurance were inspired to discover the trendiest paint colours on Instagram for a room makeover this year. The experts collated a seed list of popular paint shades from reputable sites … Continue reading Instagram colour faves

A Museum for Tile Addicts

Tajimi has a new place for Tile Addicts to get their fix. No stranger to tile-related celebrations, Kasahara Town’s seasonal festivities, ceramic themed park, and countless pottery shops now welcome a museum among their ranks. For hundreds of years Tajimi has held a place as Japan’s leading producer of tiles, with Kasahara Town alone housing more than 100 tile factories in the mid-1900s. Eventually modern … Continue reading A Museum for Tile Addicts

Modern Home Showcase

Dunn-Edwards’ Colour of the Year 2022

Another warm, earthy shade has been selected by our next Colour of the Year 2022, this time by Dunn-Edwards. Their chosen colour – Art and Craft – is a dusty brown that offers a sense of calm and stability. Reflecting the trend towards nature-inspired interiors and decor choices, Art and Craft celebrates the organic whilst acting as a grounding neutral. As well as working perfectly … Continue reading Dunn-Edwards’ Colour of the Year 2022

Earthborn colour of the year 2022 lily

Earthborn’s Colour of the Year 2022

An entirely different colour was selected by UK eco paint brand Earthborn for their Colour of the Year 2022. Instead of earthy shades, variations on sage green, or comforting blues Earthborn headed towards a delicate, über light lilac – Lily Lily Rose. Mixing grey tones with soft pinks and purples, Lily Lily Rose is complex and contemporary. As a very subtle pastel shade, the light … Continue reading Earthborn’s Colour of the Year 2022

Sherwin Williams Colour of the Year 2022 Evergreen Fog

Sherwin Williams’ Colour of the Year 2022

Continuing our fabulous 2022 Colour of the Year collection we have another US paint company – Sherwin Williams. Similar to Benjamin Moore’s selected shade, Sherwin Williams have chosen a delightfully down-to-earth green shade called Evergreen Fog. Inspiring a fresh start Evergreen Fog was chosen as a simple yet sophisticated colour that can be both neutral and noticeable. It’s a slightly muddier take on October Mist … Continue reading Sherwin Williams’ Colour of the Year 2022

Dulux 2022 Bright Skies

Dulux Colour of the Year 2022

Our next 2022 Colour of the Year comes from Dulux who have previously selected the delightful neutral Brave Ground for 2021, and Tranquil Dawn for 2020 (a shade surprisingly similar to Benjamin Moore’s October Mist). But for 2022 the experts at Dulux have selected Bright Skies -an airy blue that works with everything. Demonstrating the global desire for a fresh start, Bright Skies evokes the … Continue reading Dulux Colour of the Year 2022

Surfboard Chic

In a collaboration with Erin Adams from Erin Adams Designs Imagine Tile has released a simple, but iconic, tile design. Surfboards takes clear inspiration from famed architect Gio Ponti in terms of both shape and varied tones utilised in the design. The six colourways (Terracotta, Blue, Cloud, Sapphire, Mint, and Ebony) are combined with a white crazed effect to create subtle depth and contrast against … Continue reading Surfboard Chic

Qemamu Mosaics

For almost 20 years Dionne Ible has been honing her craft as a mosaic artist. What began as a simple hobby to creatively punctuate her work as a Legal Secretary is now Qemamu Mosaics, a company of creativity. Ible’s keen eye for detail and impeccable sense of style is translated throughout her many artworks with colour, tone, shape, and subject all carefully considered. Though based … Continue reading Qemamu Mosaics

3D Tile Furniture

Demonstrating the unending versatility of tiles with a custom set of curved tiles, Max Lamb has produced an exciting variety of tiled furniture. Created for Japanese company Tajimi Custom Tiles, these particular tiles were formed with architects in mind, allowing them to produce highly personalised, seamless designs. To fully express the design freedom these tiles afford Lamb curated an installation in Tokyo, filled with these … Continue reading 3D Tile Furniture

Tile Addicts’ Tile Detection Task

Today’s article is inspired by a recent challenge we were set. A reader reached out to us to find some particularly beautiful tiles used in a bathroom found on Houzz. And they weren’t the only ones looking, as others had commented below the images asking what the tiles were only for the bathroom designers to tell them that they only supplied the fixtures and couldn’t … Continue reading Tile Addicts’ Tile Detection Task

Codicer mix and match hexagonal tiles in green from Origin Range

Codicer Collections

Codicer is usually a favourite stand of ours at major tiling shows, so much so that we have, on occasion, dedicated entire articles to singing its praises. Seeing as there are no shows to head to we’ve taken to exploring its site instead, picking out ranges that we may have missed in our previous coverings of the company. OriginFirstly, Codicer’s Origin range, elongated hexagons (Kayak) … Continue reading Codicer Collections

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