Bold is Back
Tiles come in so many colours, shades, tints and textures that the possibilities are endless allowing you to be as creative as your imagination lets you. In interior design colour is one of the main elements within a space as it has powerful effects that can determine mood and atmosphere.
Over recent years, the dominant trend in tile decor has been neutral colours and minimalism, to which grey and beige (and even Greige!) have proved popular as complementary neutrals. However, we are now welcoming a return to bold color.
Geometric patterns, bright colours are the new hot trend that is overtaking the neutral trend of past years. Colour is the central feature of this trend, using strong shades to create modern impact and give depth and richness to any project. Our Swedeglaze range with its 40 different colours and outstanding technical specification make it functional, flexible and practical. This bright and bold collection is one that will make a statement in any room.
In terms of decorative elements, this trend uses geometrical patterns interpreted in numerous ways: mosaic, encaustic inspired patterns, linear structures and more. Our Cuban & Havana range, inspired by traditional cement tiles comes in a 223x223mm format in different shades of white, grey, blue, black and green. With geometrical shapes and other designs the same tiles from this range can be combined in different ways to create startlingly different aesthetics.
The bold yet pastel colours that appear in this trend also create a sophisticated look in any space. Our new Poitiers range is available in 8 colours and combines a handcrafted look with a shine evocative of traditional majolica tiles.
Clean lines and geometric shapes are fast becoming the stars of the show, with bold colours that come along with this key trend.
Discover our collection of superior quality tiles and take advantage of our free sample service. If you would like to discuss an upcoming project, please do not hesitate to contact a CTD Architectural Specification Manager.
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