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Five new design elements that lead the trend
- Apr 25, 2018 -

Five new design elements that lead the trend

  1. BOTANICAL

Since the concept of decorative tiles was born, the flower pattern was a timeless design. Compared to the delicate and beautiful flowers, the inconspicuous pattern of grasses and trees is not much to be seen, but in the past two years, more and more ceramic tiles began to use plant elements such as leaves, root branches and grass stems as blueprints for design. The design of tropical plants is especially favored by designers (such as palm leaves and cacti).

This type of theme reflects Tao’s efforts to pay more attention to nature and cater to consumers’ desire to build a green home.

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2. DECONSTRUCTED

It has always been the goal of ceramic tile designers to add movement and add new ideas to the surface of an unconventional tile. Deconstruction design is another method that designers think of. The reconstructed pattern is full of fashion sense, and the fragmented, eclectic design changed the impression of the flatness of the tiles.

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3, EARTH TONES

The popularity of this color style is a result of the natural wind trend, and Italy, which is sensitive to color, will soon apply earth colors to the design of tiles. Earth color is a series of colors, and colors are often drawn from nature: earth, clay, sand, moss, and the shade of sunlight reflected on the ground...

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4. GLOBALISM

Designers often seek inspiration from other cultures. For example, Marazzi's Grand Carpet series is inspired by Oriental traditional rug patterns and Indian Henna tattoos. For example, LaFaenza's Radika series was inspired by ancient caves in Slovenia…….Due to the increasing sophistication of digital printing technology, these unique textures can be reproduced on the tile surface.

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5, NEW TYPOLOGIES

When some companies are dedicated to perfectly presenting the texture and texture of wood and stone, some companies innovatively combine various design elements with common wood grain patterns to show a sense of material mixture. These surreal and creative tile designs provide a new design language for interior design. For example, Lea Ceramiche's Nextone comes from four ores, and Sici's Vetrite combines a marble design with metal veins.

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