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We're more than halfway through 2021 (!!!) which is the perfect time to provide an update on what is trending in titles into the second half of the year.
As predicted back at the top of the year, Natural Ceramic tiles are going no where! We saw this trend begin to take off during the pandemic in 2020 and has continued to pickup as natural inspiration and trends grow in popularity.
From natural wood-like tiles, to outdoorsy hues of tile - the world is your oyster when it comes to exploring this trend and with the continue innovation in porcelain tiles they continue to develop more and more realistic versions.
Another way to bring the outdoors inside is with luxurious and spa-like amenity upgrades continuing to dominate bathroom re-models. What does this trend consist of? Muted tones, natural materials, large tiles, and bright open spaces.
A trend that continues to grow and innovate year after year.
Why we love this trend so much? Oversized or Large Format tiles help make any space feel larger. Whether you’re tiling a wall or or the floor, you can expect any room to get that larger than life feeling when transitioning from smaller tile formats.
Terrazzo remains an evolving trend through the second half of 2021 for the unique details it has the opportunity to add to a floor, backsplash, or walls. Terrazzo tiles can be used to add a playful pop of colour into a room or create depth on an otherwise flat wall or floor.
NEW Trend Alert! While in early 2021 we saw a great deal of metal and geometric shapes making waves in the tiling space. Retro Concrete tiles are beginning to be seen more and more as accent walls to show off creativity in any room.