If 2018 is the year to revamp your home, start by looking at the hottest new trends in interior design.
Here they are.


Ultra Violet
The colour of the year for 2018 is eye-catching Ultra Violet. It’s about imagination, inventiveness and creative inspiration. Combined with deeper or richer accent colours like olive green or coral you can easily create elements of an innovative interior. Imagine how an accent with this exceptional combination of colours can transform a bathroom!

Black on Black is Big (or Red on Red, or Green on Green)
Using different shades of the same colour adds depth and contrast to a room. Paint a piece of furniture a slightly darker or lighter shade of the same colour the wall it is in front of, or change the colour of the door to a slightly different shade than the walls. By cutting tiles in different shades of the same colour into different shapes that fit together, you can create a striking effect. Add flashes of a completely different colour to further accent the look.

Get Arty With Artisan Accessories
Upcycling and recycling are still very popular. Because more and more people are becoming environmentally conscious, we predict that this will continue to be a trend in the coming years – and a good one! If you upcycle you are not only doing your part for the environment, you are also creating a personalised signature statement.

It’s All About Geometry and Symmetry
Using geometric shapes, you can seamlessly enhance patterns, textures and colours. Since wallpaper is also still in vogue, large-scale geometric prints across walls accented by solid colour items like textured scatter cushions or statement vases will invigorate a living space or dining area. Not to mention the amazing geometric shapes Tile Styles can cut tiles into!

Go Au Natural
Being outside in nature makes you feel calm and peaceful. Another amazing 2018 trend is bringing outside elements inside. Natural textures like stone and wood can easily be incorporated into interior designs and nothing quite livens up a room like large plants.

Whichever trend suits your style signature, remember that there are no limits to what you can do in your home with tiles.



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