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

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 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

Benjamin Moore’s Colour of the Year 2022

We’re kicking off 2022 with one of our favourite annual traditions – Colour of the Year! This time we’re not just sticking to one or two companies, we’re trying to include all the Colour of the Year predictions out there. As usual we’ll be giving a psychological rundown of the colours’ effects, the curious reasons it’s been chosen, and of course, all the tiles we … Continue reading Benjamin Moore’s 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

Bedroom tiling in 2022

We love a tile anywhere and everywhere, and one place that’s been giving tiling a lot more loving of late is the bedroom. To celebrate, we’ve collected some 2022 predicted bedroom trends and found the tiled rooms to suit. 1. Hearty colours Colour is being enjoyed everywhere, especially the rich earthy tones of burnt orange, moss green, and rich burgundy, and in the bedroom that … Continue reading Bedroom tiling in 2022

Bathroom trends 2022 according to the internet

We love trend predictions. Whether they come true or not, it’s an excuse to see what’s out there, what people are loving, and what they might be loving in a few months time. With so much to see we thought we’d break it down room by room, sharing what the experts say about the year to come. First up it’s bathrooms – a space no … Continue reading Bathroom trends 2022 according to the internet

To Respect and Remember

This recently completed monument is restoring dignity and respect to those buried at the Delaware State Hospital, a former psychiatric institution known to locals as ‘Farnhurst’. Without names, dates of birth, or any reference to family, the hospital’s deceased were intially identified only by numbered white granite cubes laid in concentric circles in the Spiral Cemetery. Overgrown and mostly forgotten, many of the cubes became … Continue reading To Respect and Remember

Raw Earth

Natural design is all the rage. Bringing us a sense of comfort and working to ground us in a world flipped on its head, there’s really something to be said for organic shapes, textures, and materials. Seeking a connection with the environment is something humans have done for millenia, as is finding ways to use the ground beneath our feet to construct spaces that keep … Continue reading Raw Earth

Four Fabulously Tiled Hotels

Staying in a hotel is already a luxury, but a hotel that’s embraced the beauty of tile? That’s in a league of its own. Durable, dependable, and supremely stylish, tiles can make a masterpiece of any interior. To celebrate the hotels that have wisely turned to tile, we’ve collected four of our favourites from across the globe. Continue reading Four Fabulously Tiled Hotels

Welcome to the colourful world of Julie Edmunds

Wielding the power of colour and taking mosaic mastery to dizzying heights is today’s featured artist – Hertfordshire-based Julie Edmunds. Beginning in textiles and moving across mediums into chalk, and finally into glass, Edmunds’s art has always made colour front and centre. Continue reading Welcome to the colourful world of Julie Edmunds

Tile Addict’s Top 10 Favourite Tiles

Today marks our 1,000th post! That’s a heck of a lot of tiles enjoyed and shared and to celebrate we’ve selected our top ten favourites. From little to large, mass made to uniquely artisan and in no particular order we’re bringing a broad spectrum of weird and wonderful design delights! Continue reading Tile Addict’s Top 10 Favourite Tiles

Tile the House with Haustile

It’s another company! Like for most of the companies we cover here at Diary of a Tile Addict, Haustile was born from a pure love and passion for tile, believing no good tiles should ever go unnoticed. But finding the industry lacking, owners Kristin Ortiz and Lindsay Sheets set out on their own, founding Haustile to offer their tasteful finesse with the world. Continue reading Tile the House with Haustile