Cersaie 2018, the biggest international ceramic tile exhibition, held in Bologna, Italy, is over. It showcases the latest surface design and bathroom furnishing brands.
Different shapes, colours, interpretations… 2019 is going to be fun, creative, will have the allusion to 70s with pastel and bold colour mix, which is quite amazing.
So, what are the tile trends and news for 2019?
Tile Trends 2019: Pattern Tiles
Ornamenta ceramics created this Deco collection with strong geometric shapes. Can be used in bathrooms, public places or as an artwork. Available in 120x240cm and 9mm thickness.
Tiny lines by Ceramica Vogue
Do you know graph paper? Ceramica Vogue brings architectural paper into interior design. Love contrasting grouts (which are trending right now).
Tile Trends 2019: Oxidised Metal Like Tiles
Experiments with infinite transformations of metal by prolonged exposure to different weather conditions create an exclusive line of porcelain with a sophisticated urban look by Ceramica Sant’Agostino and Decastelli.
Tile Trends 2019: XL Size Tiles
XL tiles by Porcelanosa, give you the possibility easily design spaces with their new tiles format up to 3 meters in height! These tiles are super thin (3.5mm) and lightweight (8kg/m2).
Using Xltiles in interior design reduces investment in a project because it can be used to over-tile, with no need to remove and treat the ceramic that is being replaced.
Another brand, Ava Ceramica, offers largest tiles in the market, 160×320 cm and 6 mm thick, so you can cover the entire wall from floor to ceiling without grout marks.
With their subtle veining and stark white shades, Tuscan marbles have been used by artists such as Michelangelo and Bernini to render their works immortal. This uniqueness has inspired the I Marmi series, which recreates the excellence of the colours and textures of such marbles in a ceramic version.
Tile Trends 2019: 3D Tiles
Decorami Tiles by Ceramica Vogue
Dekorami is the new collection of glazed stoneware tiles designed by the Marcante-Testa firm for Ceramica Vogue. The collection is made up of 3 designs in the 25×25 cm format, available in 5 colours with a glossy surface and 3 colours with a satin-finish surface.
Rilievi tiles by Florim
These beautiful 3D ceramic tiles by Florim can be used as an artwork, right? They combine two basic elements: a large ceramic slab and a three-dimensional “relief tile” placed on top of it. As we can see, these tiles are inspired by 60s and 70s.
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