home: trend [ textured and 3D tiling ]

home: trend [ textured and 3D tiling ]

There is a plethora of tiles across the high street and online to choose from to incorporate this trend into the home.

Textured and 3D tiles can add depth and interest to surfaces and create a richer look for a bathroom, kitchen, hearth or wherever you choose to use them.

These tiles can lend themselves to enhance and working alongside other trends – denim, natural finishes, geometric are just some of the trends that would work well alongside tiles that have 3D or relief designs or textured pattern or natural style finishes.

Picture guide

Top row

‘Marble Wave’ £14.99 Total Tiles / ‘Himalaya’ Porcelain Superstore £25.08 / ‘Strike Gold’ Applebys 53.95

Middle row

‘Forma’ Victorian Plumbing £20.32 / ‘Fairground’ Atra Flooring £59.00 / ‘Hannie’ Trade Price Tiles £39.96

Lower row

‘ Elation Gold’ Walls & Floors £32.95 / ‘White Water’ Walls & Floors £32.95 / ‘Geneva’ Leaf pattern • Victoria Plum £29.40

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home: trend [ vintage florals ]

home: trend [ vintage florals ]

Vintage florals is a trend to see you through the seasons with its lightness and beauty that doesn’t feel out of place near winter throws, velvet furniture and cosy nights nor out of place with rattan furniture, white walls and natural rugs.

It can be incorporated boldly with whole walls of tiling or wallpaper, clashing layers of cushions or an eclectic gallery wall of prints but also can be done subtly. A simple print on a wall, a feature armchair in a minimal room or random tiles dotted amongst plain on a splash back.

Top row

Parisian Tiles £35.99 per sqm Tons Of Tiles / William Morris Tile £13.99 Etsy / mosaic floral £4 per sheet Mosafil

Middle row

Wild Meadow Wallpaper £18 Laura Ashley / Designers Guild £65 John Lewis / Wonderland Wallpaper £47.21 Naken

Bottom row

1909 Print £5.93 Etsy / Flowers £59.99 Wayfair / 4 prints £30.16 Etsy

home: featured [ Tile Flair ]

home: featured [ Tile Flair ]

If you want to bring pattern, colour or an alternative finish to a wall, surface or area – tiles could be that perfect way.

The huge range of tiles now available at affordable prices can bring a designer, creative and unique look to a home.

The gorgeous range at Tile Flair can do just that. A mix of traditional, modern, quirky, international and vintage designs offers to give you a wealth of choice and the perfect style for your brief.

Think outside the (design) box and think about where tiles can be used other than just the expected bathroom floors and kitchen splash backs – tiles could be used in other rooms to add colour, texture and pattern; they could be used as the wall behind a bed as a unique head board; they could be used on chimney breast as a feature design; or they could even be used for hallway walls – the perfect practical wall finish for a high traffic area!!

home: trend [ bold bathrooms ]

home: trend [ bold bathrooms ]

This year sees us being more brave with our interiors and particularly our bathrooms.

Bright pattern and imagery has pushed away subtle shades and plain tiling. It’s all about going maxamilist in your bathroom this year.

Wallpaper from westonebathrooms.com

An option that is growing in popularity is wall murals, be it on tiles or wallpaper. Although these can be quite expensive to have made to measure, the effect is dramatic and so worth it. The go to pattern is still florals, which you can understand as they create the drama at the same time bringing a softness to a room.

Image via pinterest.co.uk

If you are feeling brave look at painting tiles yourself or getting an artist to commission something special.

An alternative to tiles is waterproof wallpaper which can give you the same tile like effect to look at but it’s much simpler to put up. West One Bathrooms do a beautiful range of wallpapers.

Guide:

Clockwise from top left

Abstract of roses – from range at surfaceview.co.uk

Wallpaper – westonebathrooms.com

Blue iris – from range at surfaceview.co.uk

Mosaic – westonebathrooms.com

home: trend [ pastel kitchen ]

home: trend [ pastel kitchen ]

A big kitchen trend for 2019 is to feature pastel tones. This could be painting walls, using tiles or going full on with pastel cabinets.

The calming feel of pastels will also inject some fun into you kitchen and this can be achieved simply by painting some walls. If you get bored with it, then it’s easy to change.

Create some interest on splashbacks and tiling with pastel tones like blue, green and pink. There are so many shades and patterns available on tiles now, so you can be sure to find something you love.

With more and more options with kitchen cabinets online and in store, now is the perfect opportunity to design everything yourself from style to colour. A pastel pink or blue cabinet will work really nicely with pale wood and white for a fresh clean look.

For a more subtle take on this trend then add some pastel appliances like a fridge or toaster. Who needs to stick to black or chrome!

Guide:

Clockwise from top left

Image from Pinterest, Smeg fridge /very.co.uk [ £1299 ], image from Pinterest, image from wrenkitchens.com , tiles selection / claybrookstudio.co.uk, Breville Toaster / johnlewis.com [ £49.99 ], image from Pinterest.

home: favourite thing [ flooring ]

home: favourite thing [ flooring ]

Zazous is home to a lot of great interiors products (including Acapulco chairs!!) but their flooring is where we most favour their collection.

Authentic heritage patterns, retro designs, traditional looks with modern twist, so many great patterns to choose from – their encaustic tiles and ceramic tiles are incredible but the vinyl tiles are really an absolute gem. Incredibly well priced for large scale flooring, superb pattern choices and the finish is perfect for safety, warmth and durability.

home: trend [ decorative detail ]

home: trend [ decorative detail ]

This season we have started to see more decoration and pattern on furniture and accessories. Side cabinets, consoles and coffee tables have inlaid tiles and wood with decorative patterns and colours.

A brand where you can see a lot of this is anthropologie.com with gorgeous designs and colours.

We are also seeing decoration on ceramics like vases and bowls. They become textural and tactile.

Wood is clearly a big choice for all, with a lot of mixed materials being used on furniture. Parquet finishes and carved wood feature heavily. This carved look also translates to bed headboards and room dividers.

Guide:

Top row: bedside table / anthropologie.com [ £598 ], mirror / hm.com [ £24.99 ], headboard / urbanoutfitters.com [ £350 ]

Middle row: console table / westelm.co.uk [ £1,499 ], sideboard / westelm.co.uk [ £1,199 ]

Bottom row: coffee table / grahamandgreen.co.uk [ £395 ], vase / johnlewis.com [ £ ], console table / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £1,600 ]