Three days of this year’s Cersaie have passed where Roberto Cavalli presented glossy animal print, while Petracer’s covered a herringbone with gold. Here are the top-seven tile trends from the annual show in Bologna, Italy.
The Gilded Age presents the glamorous bathrooms with accent tiles. The bronze lines in the kintsugi style and gold-leaf inlay turn everyday parts into jewelry for your bath walls.
If you are a quilt lover, then there’s a new way to combine and match without using fabric. It can be a monochrome mixture or corresponding coordination, but one thing remains clear- regular colors are no longer enough.
There was at least one collection that didn’t resemble tile. Murals with florals and cityscapes were made of ceramic but looked like wallpaper. This is a more durable and permanent solution for spaces with heavy humidity.
The tile with stripes can make your room bigger. And some brands are already carving the patterns with the help of high-pressure water to create a 3-D effect.
41zero42 showcased a basketball court made of tile, and it resembles the grandmother’s cover. And Paola Navone worked with ABK on a rug made from ceramic fringe.
The plant and leaves ornaments appeared in random patterns and on large slabs.
The pill shape, inspired by Art Deco, can look like staggered arches or serve as a basic subway tile.