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FEATURE ► PRETTY GREEN


Lavish botanical patterns and green hues are a fresh and appealing decorative trend that can create an interesting focal point in any interior space and, in their more patterned incarnations, even allow ceramics to imitate the look of wallpaper. Greens are evocative of the rainforest or woodland and can appeal to our desire to lead an ecologically sound existence.


► NEW NEUTRALS


Whether white, beige, taupe, grey or black, ‘the new neutrals’ are remarkable; not because one hue is more dominant than another, but because the tile surface is notable for its innovation and high performance. Floor tiles are offered in formats that can be used inside and out and wall tiles are equally as flexible. 3D tiles, for example, are ever-more inventive and most often offered in neutral colours, while all kinds of textures allow for customisation in any space. Technology means that matt and polished finishes can be combined within a single tile.


▼ Hex Nouveau by Realonda


www.realonda.com


▼ Kerala by Bestile


www.bestile.es


▼ Arles by Fabresa


◄ ARTISANAL AMBIENCE www.fabresa.com


For every trend that takes hold of our imaginations, there is its counterpoint. As much as Spanish manufacturers are impressively embracing high-tech and innovation in their sector, they are also proudly conscious of their rich heritage. The popularity of artisanal-style tiles increases unabated and there’s no shortage of small-format tiles with sumptuous glazes and ‘homemade’ effects to add character to any space.


www.tileofspain.com — 40 — www.tomorrowstileandstone.co.uk


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