2018 Tile Trends

2018 Tile Trends

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2017 is coming to a rapid end and if you’ve got a redecoration project in mind, you might be wondering what to look for when it comes to your tiles. This year has seen the rise of Scandinavian, rustic and vintage looks take the spotlight, but what is set to be just as popular in 2018? We’re talking about the key predicted tile trends of the coming year to help you stay ahead of the interior design game. From metallics to concretes, 2018 is set to be a year of exciting new trends and styles.

Matt and Gloss

Most tile buyers would typically choose one finish for their tiles. Whether that be a high shine gloss or a modern matt, homeowners would generally stick to one or the other. However, 2018 is expected to see the increase in the use of the two. Combining both gloss and matt tiles gives you a stunning finish which combines the contemporary look of the matt with the classy shine of the gloss. The contrast works beautifully when used to create borders or patterns that can add both shine and depth to a room.

Matt and Gloss

Darker Colours

The ever favoured neutral palette is finally looking as though it has had its day. Homeowners are moving away from those safe colours and are instead branching out in the bold, statement shades. Instead of opting for a white or beige tile, look instead for deep purples, greys or even reds for a sophisticated and dramatic edge. These darker colours create a rich atmosphere in a room and help to breathe a new lease of life to your home.

Mixed Materials

The industrial and vintage look appears as though it’s here for the long run and tiles are set to carry on embracing these trends. Luckily, it offers a rustic and modern look that will look beautiful in any commercial or residential property. Think concrete or wood effect tiles that give you that stark contrast between manmade and natural. The grey of concrete tiles works harmoniously with the warmer tones of a wood effect tile to give you a strong sense of character in a room. Wood effect tiles also give you the opportunity to get that gorgeous wood look in rooms like bathrooms and kitchens without the worry of water damage. Similarly look at limestone or marble effect tiles to create a similar look.

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Metallic

You may have noticed metallic making a huge comeback in the fashion world, well, they’re now making their way into interiors too. With the huge interest in ‘millennial pink’ and rose gold, homes are embracing these warmer metallics to build professional layers to their rooms. Metallic tiles reflect light like no other material and can help your smaller rooms feel more spacious. Pair metallic tiles with soft accessories for a shabby chic finish.

2018 is set to be an exciting year for interiors with some fresh new looks coming to the front line. As a homeowner, this gives you a chance to work with some new and exciting materials and give your bathrooms and kitchens an exciting new twist.

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