3 Tile Trends To Consider When Remodeling

Posted on: 27 March 2019

Whether you are doing a complete gut job on your house, are building a new house, or are just redoing your bathroom or kitchen, then you undoubtedly have a lot of decisions to make. Although the design process can be fun for a lot of people, it also tends to be a little bit overwhelming. One of the more popular trends right now in interior design is utilizing tile. So, how can you incorporate this trend into your interior design and what tiles should you consider? This article will take a closer look at three specific popular trends. Ready to learn more? Read on. 

Cement Tile

Cement tile is a really fun trend right now because it allows you to play with patterns within your tile. For instance, you can choose hand-painted cement tile that has a floral print, a Spanish print, or something more geometrical. Plus, you can choose cement tiles that are in a verity of different colors. So, if you want to make a big statement, you could choose some cement tiles in something like a light turquoise and yellow. Additionally, a fun thing about cement tile is that you can use them just about anywhere in your house including as flooring, backsplash, or even on the exterior of your house. 

Subway Tiles

Subway tiles have been a traditional and popular trend for years and years. The great thing about subway tiles is that they will almost always be in style and if you choose a neutral enough grout (like white or light grey) then you really won't have to worry about it going out of style. If you want to make your subway tile stand out from others though, consider choosing ones that are hand tumbled (for texture) or ones that are a different size (like large or really small); that way they give off a more unique vibe. 

Hexagon Tiles

Another tile trend to consider is hexagon tiles. There are both tiny hexagon tiles that are great in bathrooms and large hexagon tiles that you can use just about anywhere. When choosing hexagon tiles, consider choosing ones that are black, white, or a combination of the two 

These are just a few tile trends that you should consider adding to the design of your next project. To learn some more about porcelain tiles, contact a flooring company near you and ask them for some advice on what to do. 

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