If you like to keep up with the latest trends then read on! These tiles trends were inspired by Baked Tiles, a trendy British maker of tiles for your home, kitchen or bathroom.
These are the top tile trends that we can expect to see in 2022.
1. Mural Design
Mural design tiles are a great way to give any room a feature decorative wall. Our botanical inspired tiles look great in the bathroom or in a kitchen setting and will work as a focal point combined with a simpler coordinate on other walls. Some of our fabulous murals are porcelain tiles, so they are perfect for floors and external projects.
Terracotta looks rustic in a country cottage environment, retro in a modern setting and can bring a Mediterranean warmth to any scheme…so there is no wonder we are seeing a surge in demand for this artisan style product.
3. Classic with a Twist
The secret to this trend is to use traditional classic style products like terracotta or limestone, but mix it up with current furniture and fittings! The result is a property that has bags of character, but is still beautifully current!
A combination of Japanese and Scandinavian styling, its minimal, organic and zen like. Perfect for creating relaxing bathroom schemes, or mindful living spaces. Natural stone, wood and marble effect tiles are perfectly at home in this design trend.
5. Coloured Grouts
Don’t just stick to traditional white and grey grouts when tiling. Use coloured grouts to enhance or exaggerate tiles.
6. Top Trending Colours – Blue/Green and Pinky Terracotta
Blues, greens and pinky terracotta will continue to trend in 2022. As we all know interior design trends suddenly emerge and can soon become a mainstream ‘must-have’ design theme.
This year we anticipate some of the colour tile trends, that proved so popular for the last few years, continuing to attract many home renovators. If you can’t afford a great looking tile you can always get a similar look on a budget using tile stencils. But we are sure you will find all you need if you search at the right place.
It’s interesting to know how the contrast of blue, green, pink, and terracotta is being appreciated now and is becoming a mainstream color palette for designing homes. How timely as my house has a lot of earth-tone accents to it which would go great with decorative colored glass balls of the color scheme mentioned. I wonder where I could find these interesting pieces.