With customization and personalized décor becoming blazing trends in space design, tile applications are more interesting and innovative than we have seen before. A wide variety of tile materials and patterns are more representative of 3D shapes and textures. Schlosser Design Group, LLC discusses the trends in wall design.
The tiles shown above feature a similar design with different effects. The Nottingham design is a glazed ceramic tile created with a slight relief and minimal application of color, which implies dimension. The Abyssinian harlequin deco is truly a 3D tile with a rustic- yet modern appeal. This simple single color application has both depth and character adding an elegant flair to any space.
Organic shapes and textures lend themselves to the backdrop of today’s modern room designs. Along with its natural theme many eco-friendly advocates should take note: the ripple tiles are made from 100 % post-consumer waste paper.
Andy Blick is available from Ann Sacks Tile: “A unique and modern line, this superb hard-edge decorative style anticipates the effects of light and shadow, creating a dynamic, striking visual presence.”
Timeless designs from Andy Blick displayed in a wallpaper style create a refined and elegant presence with a graphic edge.
As shown in the picture above, textured tiles can transform a room aesthetic with the stroke of a shape. The floating flowers are reminiscent to a spring meadow: emanating light and airiness with a delightful, whimsical feeling through out the space. A glamorous, sophisticated, and urban feel can be acquired with the subtle 3D textured wall-hung tiled vanity shown below.
Innovation and drama adds to the ambiance of any room especially through the use of textured 3D tiles.
About the Designer
Cristie Schlosser of Schlosser Design Group LLC, a Texas registered interior designer, has been designing award-winning interior residential and commercial spaces for more than twelve years. She earned her degree in Business Administration, Marketing and Finance at The University of Texas and later studied Interior Design. Cristie’s previous career in the apparel industry working for national retailers and manufactures provided an excellent background and natural transition to the interior design industry. Schlosser Design Group began in 1998 with projects as varied as residential renovations to commercial restroom spaces.