Trending with Spanish Tile
February 16, 2015
At CEVISAMA 2015, the International Ceramics Exhibition, Tile of Spain ceramic tile manufacturers introduced a number of innovative products and trends at the show, which took place February 1-5 in Valencia, Spain.
The themes that marked the design of ceramic tiles in recent years continue in 2015, but with upgrades like innovative formats in size and thickness, more sober and essential colors, rustic-elegant combinations and a resurgence of classical pieces.
These materials use color as an element of continuity between walls and floors and create a homogeneous scenario that helps highlight the presence of other elements of décor and furnishings. Essential, sober and stone pieces in dark tones, usually with a subtle matte finish and discolorations, provide a sense of time and naturalness.
Subtle Decorations and Accents
Following the same theme of monochromatic looks, these ceramic tile collections are subtly decorated – without great contrasts – to break the uniformity between floor and wall tile. The details, almost blurred, appear randomly placed to create a harmonious rhythm and a personal touch.
Interpretations of nature
These collections reinterpret nature and offer the largest selection of contemporary, wood-like materials. They leave the original wood to mutate in a multitude of colors in various graphics, which are able to convey the feeling of living space with all the advantages of the durability of ceramics.
Super bright tiles make spaces look sophisticated and elegant, while amplifying the space with light.
A lot of small pieces of mosaic tile in different shades of the same color range and finished in gloss and matte finishes join to form waves that create an optical illusion. This tendency to give extra volume to mosaics gives designs a luxurious touch.
Mix & Match
The most traditional ceramic tiles, usually soft and delicate colors, are mixed in the most original way (materials, textures, colors, shapes or graphic patterns) without losing their natural appeal.