tile sty­ley file

Here’s the lowdown on on what’s big right now

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“The con­tin­u­ing growth of hand­made tiles and mo­saics is very strong; for ex­am­ple, our hand­made ‘Zel­lij’ tiles from Morocco in cheer­ful play­ful colours. Pink and green are pop­u­lar and we’re see­ing a strong trend for bolder colours in­clud­ing yel­low.” Vicki Cooper, Be­spoke Tile & Stone (be­spoketile­and­stone.com) “Any­thing dec­o­ra­tive that adds tex­ture is re­ally pop­u­lar, in­clud­ing tiles with a tum­bled ef­fect that makes them look like they’re al­ready worn and weath­ered. Pink and green mar­bles are favourites.” Dara Shashoua, Byzan­tine De­sign (byzan­tinedesign.com.au) “We’re lov­ing the range of shapes that are avail­able – es­pe­cially tri­an­gle. We’re start­ing to see this in mo­saics, as well as elon­gated and ir­reg­u­lar hexagons and di­a­monds. Ter­razzo-in­spired porce­lain tiles are def­i­nitely pop­u­lar right now, too, as are pas­tel colours such as blush, grey and sky blue.” Tina Di Lorenzo, Di Lorenzo Tiles (dilorenzo.com.au)

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