Tile Trends We Love

Tile Trends We Love

From it’s trusted durability, to its vast design capability; tile is a versatile choice that works in just about any space. Whether it’s on the floors, up the walls, or even on the ceiling — tile creates a visual impact that adds a little something extra to your home’s design.

While staples like subway tile and your classic marble square will always have a place in our hearts — we’re excited to take a look at some of the hottest trends in tile right now.

Bold Color & Pattern

Colorfully patterned tiles have made a comeback in a big way. Old-world designs with a hand-painted look result in an eye-catching design — a departure from the neutral looks we’ve been seeing over the past few years.

But if pattern isn’t your thing, you can still go the colorful route with artful combinations of complementary or high-contrast hues, resulting in a dynamic statement finish.

Wood-Look Tile

You know that hardwood flooring you’ve been coveting all over Pinterest? It might actually be wood-look tile! It’s not hard to be fooled — it’s pretty incredible how well tile can now realistically mimic wood.

Made in long planks, just like hardwood — these tiles are great for kitchen and bathroom floors, where you want the warmth of wood but the durability of tile.

Marble-Look Tile

Elegant, classic, and around for centuries — we love marble as much as anyone. But realistically, it isn’t the most practical or affordable option. Luckily, that’s where marble-look tile comes in.

It’s safe to say that ceramic tile manufacturers have pretty much mastered the marble look; in a more durable, less expensive, and more accessible material.

Large Format Tile

Large format tile has a clean and minimal look, with less grout lines and an enlarged sense of space. Perfect for high traffic areas like a foyer or bathroom — this modern style looks equally dramatic climbing the walls as it does on the floor of your favorite room.

Ready to make a statement with tile? Stop by one of our showrooms, or schedule an in-home design consultation to get started.