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

Trend inspo: Pink Bathrooms II

6. Baby Pink & Blue A block of baby pink contrasted with an adorable shade of blue gives off cartoonish Wes Anderson vibes. The sweet shade is as pink as it gets, creating the perfect bubblegum bathroom. Used below is Piglet from DTile (The Netherlands) – though the pigment of the original tiles has been emphasised – with SUCC_002 from Tajimi Custom Tiles (Japan) and … Continue reading Trend inspo: Pink Bathrooms II

Trend inspo: Pink Bathrooms

After saying we think pink will be big we thought we’d back it up by sharing the many fabulous bathrooms that have convinced us pink is the future! 1. Pink Nooks Textured elongated metro tiles in a dusty pale pink decorate each delightful nook of this bathrooms. With details in gold and a bold monstera leaf feature the result doesn’t go overboard with pink, but … Continue reading Trend inspo: Pink Bathrooms

Tile Addicts predict 2022 bathroom trends

After a few weeks of trends we thought it would be fun to do a little trend-predicting of our own. Being of the best places to tile, we’ve selected bathrooms as our space of choice. Let’s see if you agree with what we’ve come up with! 1. Showers as statements We definitely agree with the experts here. Showers are getting a facelift in the best … Continue reading Tile Addicts predict 2022 bathroom trends

Marazzi’s Mix and Match

Although pick-n-mix patchwork tiles have been big in the past few years, when they meet another tiling trend something truly wonderful is created. Blending botanical motifs with an unpredictable mismatched layout produces a surface with the elegance and grace of floral design and modernity and unique vibe achieved from mixing and matching. Continue reading Marazzi’s Mix and Match

Bathrooms become conceptual centres

With work featuring on the cover of The New Yorker, National Geographic, and The New York Times, today’s featured artist isn’t exactly underground. He’s drawn live at the Venice Art Biennale, the London Olympics, and the New York City Marathon (whilst running it), and hand-drew a 360 degree VR animation for The New Yorker. But somehow it’s his… bathrooms that we’re most interested in. Christoph … Continue reading Bathrooms become conceptual centres

Mushroom Materials

We’re stretching the tile boundary a little bit with this one, but it’s so wonderfully weird and marvellously magical that we can’t help but share. With big dreams and a fabulously fungi-filled vision of the future, Ecovative Design is leading the charge towards a sustainable world. Taking aim at two of the biggest polluters on the planet – plastics and animal agriculture – Ecovative Design … Continue reading Mushroom Materials

Sherwin-Williams predicts 2022 tones

Finally we’ve got some more trend content headed your way! Coming in hot for 2022, Sherwin-Williams has curated MODE, four familes of forecasted colour. A total of 40 colours make up the palettes (Method, Opus, Dreamland, and Ephemera) with each representing the touches of luxury that colour can offer. Method Warm, earthy oranges and yellows, browns, and creamy whites have been carefully selected to “balance … Continue reading Sherwin-Williams predicts 2022 tones

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Inspired by the 1943 book A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith, City Tree is a new mural, standing tall at the new District 19 S.T.E.M. Academies on Atlantic Avenue in the Brownsville neighborhood of Brooklyn. Based in New York City, painter Adam Cvijanovic won the competition held to find an artist for the project. His design, a 12 by 12ft mural reflects the … Continue reading A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Eggshell Elegance

From bone to tobacco, and shells to bamboo, Nature Squared is the place to go for luxury goods made from unusual materials. Last year we focused on their fantastically beautiful furniture pieces featuring sea shells in many forms, and today we’re looking at an entirely different sort of shell – eggshell. Sourced from local bakeries and farms, the eggshells used by Nature Sqaured are a … Continue reading Eggshell Elegance

Primavera’s Petit Pieces

It was a few years ago when we first took a look at the Primavera range, designed by Barber & Osgerby for Mutina. It was Primavera Grigio that took home an award at Archiproducts Design Awards in 2019, and now the range has expanded! Introducing a new 600 by 600mm format, Mutina offer a smaller-scale version of Primavera that was initially designed in the large … Continue reading Primavera’s Petit Pieces

Art Factory

Mosaics are often thought of as something quite ancient, found in the homes and buildings of Romans, Greeks, and many other bygone eras. Or they are something simple found in the bathrooms and kitchens of modern houses. Or they are wonderful creations from artists around the world. But mosaics don’t have to be ancient intricate frescoes, or off the shelf surfaces, and you don’t have … Continue reading Art Factory

Iris Ceramica Blaze new tile collection gloss

Blend Textures with Blaze

Mixing media is an important trend for the year, and there are so many ways that companies are incorporating it into their collections. Iris Ceramica have released a wall tile collection that offer their own take on this theme. Taking the standard metro tile (a 100 by 300mm format) Blaze offers subtle natural textures contrasted with gloss with stylish results. Continue reading Blend Textures with Blaze