Tile trends to try for your next renovation
There are many trends in tiles that you can weave into your home to add some effortless luxury to your kitchen or bathroom. And with spring being the perfect time for a makeover, it’s a great time to explore the different kitchen and bathroom tile trends that will make a splash this spring.
There are plenty of kitchen, bathroom and floor tile trends out there to suit all kinds of budgets and aesthetics. So, if you’ve ever wondered what tiles are on trend this spring, then read on to discover the top four tile trends you should be aware of for your dream kitchen.
Ceramic tiles are go-to trend, and for good reason. Any modern appliance can seamlessly blend in with the surrounding tiles, regardless of their pattern or colour. NEFF’s Slide&Hide® oven can add a contemporary touch to any space without detracting from the beauty of the tiles.
The best part is that ceramic tiles can come in an array of styles and colours to suit a number of different styles and kitchen appliances. For those who want a pop of colour, then a coloured ceramic splashback is the way to go. But if you want a monochromatic look, then opt for a white, grey or black ceramic flooring and splashback for a modern feel.
Concrete tiling brings industrial simplicity into the kitchen. Like ceramic, concrete tiles are incredibly durable, which is important for a kitchen that has plenty of foot traffic and movement. They’re also easy to maintain, as you just need to give the tiles a quick mop (if they’re on the floor) or a gentle wipe down (if they’re a counter). Another great thing about concrete tiles is that they can help insulate your home – meaning your kitchen can be cooler in summer and warmer in winter.
For instance, if you’re cooking up a storm in the warmer months with the NEFF FullSteam N90 Built-in Compact Oven, not only will the oven’s modern look tie in seamlessly with the concrete tiling, but the tiles can help keep you cool while you bake – a win-win for everyone.
Marble is a timeless style that adds a touch of luxury to the kitchen space. Whether it’s your kitchen island or splashback, marble is a versatile, easy to maintain material. Marble comes in an array of colours and patterns, meaning you can stick to the classic white with bold, black streaks, or mix it up with moody, jewel tones. Like concrete, marble has excellent durability and is perfect for those who have allergies, as dust and pet hair are easy to see (and clean) on marble floors and benchtops.
If you want to cook an Italian feast, then why not pair the marble kitchen with the NEFF Slide&Hide® Ovens? This oven gives at-home chefs ultimate convenience, as you can simply slide your oven door out of sight and have total access to your bake. The oven’s sleek design complements the luxurious marble tiling, creating a modern Italian kitchen where you can cook anything from lasagne to biscotti and more.
Using wood-like tiles is an effective way to bring the outdoors into your kitchen. This type of tile mimics the appearance of wood, but without the potential for scratches or moisture absorption like real wood.
Wood-like tiles come in a vast collection of different styles, meaning you can create the kitchen style of your dreams. For instance, you can fuse the modern style of NEFF’s Choice recommended Slide&Hide® built-in pyrolytic oven with the natural tones of walnut wood-like tiles to create a sophisticated style that showcases the true beauty of nature.
Elevate your kitchen with NEFF
No matter your tile choice, there will always be NEFF appliance to go with it. Book a free demonstration with a NEFF Cooking expert to learn more about the right appliance for you.
NEFF is a German-engineered kitchen appliance brand, with a product range that includes ovens, cooktops, rangehoods, coffee machines and dishwashers designed to make life in the kitchen a daily pleasure. For people who love to cook, NEFF gives you the tools to creative meaningful connections, express your creativity and make memories. Because real life happens in the kitchen.
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