Planning to Renovate? Here are 5 Trending Tile Looks to Watch Out in 2020
December 19, 2019
One of the pricey and time-consuming renovations is changing the tiles of a space. Yet the moment you’ve seen the finished product, all the hard work and money spent are worth it. According to FitSmallBusiness.com, it is one of the renovation projects with a high return on investment (ROI), a win-win situation for you and your property. The important question now is: what will be the tile trends in 2020 where you can draw inspiration from?
Here are the top tile trends to watch out in 2020:
Black and White
Is this a bit plain? No. In 2020, white is no longer boring and flat, but now with hints of gray or gold. While black is no longer dull and gloomy when it is added with white or gold veining. Both tile looks were seen at Cersaie 2019, an international exhibition of ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings which is held at Bologna, Italy every September.
Why settle for hints of gold if this could the main feature of the tile? Add a mysterious yet ultra-chic vibe with gold, brass or copper shades. This type of tile flooring may have an industrial appeal but stylish nonetheless.
In 2020, it isn’t only one-shaded tiles will rule but also tiles that were almost looks like the real thing which imitate surfaces such as wood, marble, concrete, and fabric. Over the years, manufacturers have been perfecting this type of art and it seems it will be the hottest tile flooring in 2020.
Large Slab of Tiles
Super-sized tiles were also seen at the recent Cersaie 2019. It makes the room look bigger, spacious, and open. Installing a mirror on a wall may also do the trick, but large format tiles adds sophistication and sleekness to any room.
Tiles are no longer confined inside bathrooms anymore. It also has invaded living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, and offices – basically anywhere. This is called floor-to-ceiling wrapping which delivers an elegant yet cocooning ambiance all over the room.
If you want to achieve one of the tile trends above, look no further because there is Neolith, a sintered stone which is made from granite, glass, silica, and natural oxides. It is lightweight, waterproof, easy to clean and 100% natural. In fact, Neolith is LEED and Green Guard-certified.
Live stylishly and sustainably with Neolith sintered stones. A slab of stone has never been this multifaceted and trendy which is not only a mere surface on the wall. Decorate your property with this award-winning and environment-friendly material from floor to ceiling.
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