The creative opportunities with the latest decorative tile trends are limitless.
If you’re looking for a way to add that extra pop to your home décor without the need for a hanging Van Gogh or cluttering your space with vintage antiquities, then consider the refined beauty that decorative tiles offer.
Decorative tiling has become an exciting new trend as of late – and for good reason. Anywhere from an elegant splashback to an artistic feature wall, this latest trend is bubbling with the opportunity for creative freedom and expression.
Plain tiles often sprawl throughout the kitchen, bathroom and living rooms, setting the tone for many design styles such as contemporary or minimalism. But the real opportunity lies in the fact that plain tiles are a blank canvass, and they’re simply begging to be adorned with your personal touch.
So, what are your options?
Limitless, really. The amount of variety available is nearly overwhelming. You have the choice of texture, patterns, patterns within the patterns, textured patterns! Other options include colourful designs, matte or gloss finishes and even metal press.
Consider how your decorative tiles will contrast not only with your plain tiles but also the other elements in your chosen space and the design style you’ve set out to achieve.
If you’re striving for a modern or traditional aesthetic, then something like a Marrakesh splashback for your kitchen will achieve just that as its flat, floral pattern harkens back to the days of popular wallpaper.
However, perhaps you aren’t looking to canvass an entire wall with one pattern and want something more elegant. A great advantage to decorative tiles is how they can be segmented. You can choose to dedicate a small section of your wall to a texture or colour, or you can refine your creative vision to a more minimal theme and have one decorative tile per one plain tile. Don’t be afraid of white space!
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