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Looking at your home, you may find ceramics or tiles in at least one room, one of the most popular building materials in the world today, commonly used in American kitchens, bathrooms, laundries, and foyers (it's more widely used in homes elsewhere in the world). These materials are very durable, do not need too much maintenance, after the design can bring aesthetic feeling to the building.
If you want to start decorating your new house or change your home this year, you may want to choose some tiles to cover your floor, walls or both. Here are the top trends in ceramic tile style in 2020 (ranking in no particular order). Choose the design that suits you so that everything will fit together perfectly.
Thanks to the continuous development of digital printing technology, as well as the innovation of ink and lamination technology, imitating the appearance of natural wood look tile is still very popular in 2020. The latest style adds texture and interesting patterns, and can be placed in a wet place like a shower, which is impossible for solid wood.
Image source: TIMEWOOD, SANT’AGOSTINO – CERAMICS OF ITALY
Traditional ceramic materials, such as imitation marble, have been modernized to adapt to the modern and mixed style. Marble look ceramic tiles have an exaggerated appearance, but they don't have a relatively inflated price (or maintenance difficulty).
Image source: ONICE FANTASTICO, DEL CONCA – TILE COUNCIL OF NORTH AMERICA
Concrete look tiles and stone appearance tiles offer an excellent, easy to install alternative to the original material with little maintenance. This style is usually popular in modern interior and large new traditional space.
Image source: KARAKTER, DUNE – TILE OF SPAIN
Speckled surface style:
In 2020, this trend is characterized by colored dots and spots, as well as a modern interpretation of terrazzo. Like the psychedelic look, it will appeal to generations, but its versatility in design is less prominent.
Image Source: MEDLEY, ERGON – CERAMICS OF ITALY