How To Tile Your Bathroom Although it sounds strange, 2018 is coming to an end and to help recap, we've rounded up some of the biggest trends we’ve seen this year in interior and tile design. So, if you're looking to invest in some new trends, hopefully, we will be able to help you out! Trying to predict trends...
Bringing the outdoors in’ has been one of the fastest emerging interior design trends in recent years, and it’s a trend that’s been instrumental in sparking a revived interest in ‘boundary rooms’. Rooms such as sunrooms, conservatories, and solariums are very much an extension of the indoor space, and yet at the same time exhibit more outdoorsy qualities, thanks to their large panes of glass and great views of the surrounding landscape. Sunrooms are naturally very organic, but how can we incorporate this organic style into other rooms of the home? Happily, it’s actually very easy to do!
One of the hottest interior design trends for 2017 is marble, and it also happens to be one of the most interesting and versatile of trends, too. There are many reasons why designers are flocking to marble, but one of the main aspects that stands out is that it really is one of just a few materials that transcends eras. Traditionally, of course, marble is thought of as being historic and old-fashioned, and it’s played a huge role throughout Greek, Roman, and Egyptian history, with many ancient marble columns still standing today. However, marble embodies enough character and personality that it’s now often used for modern applications, too, and it’s starting to become a popular material for the home.
Rumour has it that 'bringing the outdoors in' is going to be THE big interior design trend of 2017, and it's definitely a topic that's on everyone's lips. However, this certainly isn't a new concept. After all, conservatories and sun rooms have long been thought of as a way to enjoy the beauty and the feel of the outdoors, while still keeping a shelter overhead, but we're starting to take a slightly new approach…