We love to watch new trends in kitchen tile design and color and it’s always exciting to bring our customers the latest colors, patterns and styles for their home projects. We are in constant contact with our suppliers around the world to ensure we are working together to bring you the best quality products for your home. What are the hot new styles this year? Read on to find out what to look for if you want to keep up with the latest trends in kitchen tile.
Keep this look fresh
Starting a tile project or completely renovating your kitchen is no easy task and requires a lot of planning and a generous budget. Hence, when choosing your kitchen tiles, you need to make sure that they blend in well with the rest of the kitchen design and are both stylish and trendy. What you don’t want is that nice and fresh look that looks like it’s about a year old and needs another upgrade. So it is important to check with your local supplier before buying and also get samples to see that they look good.
The power of color
Colors have the power to change and beautify a room. A clever use of color can make a room appear larger, but if you make the wrong choice you risk the room looking dark and dingy. The good news: gray and green are again the trend colors for kitchen tiles this year, alongside neutral tones such as beige, cream and white. When thicker colored tiles are chosen, they are typically used to create a feature wall or to define a specific area, such as a wall. B. a wall to highlight. B. a back wall of the oven. If you’re after earthy tones, the Stonehenge Gray Porcelain Tile is worth a look. Perfect for walls and floors with an elegant matte finish, it’s a wear-resistant porcelain stoneware tile that will stand the test of time.
Vintage style and color
The universally popular Metro tiles are establishing themselves in the world of decorations and tiles. A versatile and suitable choice for bathroom and kitchen walls, they come in a wide range of colors so you can mix and match contrasting color patterns and borders to match your kitchen furniture and appliances. For a true vintage style, choosing Glossy Metro Ceramic Tile will add a retro look and feel to your kitchen at an affordable price.
Creating bold effects and architectural patterns with textured tiles is all the rage right now and if you want to pay more attention to an otherwise boring wall this may be the right choice for you. Alternatively, you can create the illusion of textured parquet, but with ceramic tiles, which are more durable and also less expensive. The Berg Lite tile is a great option for a textured look that looks great in a herringbone pattern.
Make a statement
opinion patterned tiles, with intricate geometric shapes and graphics that are reminiscent of the 1920s and are experiencing a renaissance in the world of kitchen tile. They look so conspicuous as an accent floor or to accentuate a small area. You can also use them as an alternative for your countertops as ceramic tiles are heat and water resistant and won’t stain if handled properly.
Glass mosaic tiles are a great way to add color to your design. They are available in literally all nuances and color combinations, so you’re sure to find a set that perfectly matches your new interior. You can continue your earthy tones with accents in cream, green and brown, add a bold splash of color with a glossy border, or use a glass mosaic mirror wall for maximum impact. And as a bonus, they’re sturdy and dirt-repellent!