Category: Trend

Tile Flooring Trends of 2019

Every year trends in design change. It’s important to select a design idea that is as timeless as possible. Here are some of our favorite flooring trends for 2019.

The first major trend that has been the focus on design for quite a while now is using recycled materials and going green. Some of the options you can choose from are bamboo, reclaimed wood or even engineered wood. These can fit any style of home and are a timeless look. Read More

Types of Glass Cabinetry

When it comes to the kitchen, no stone should go unturned. This is a room equipped to create memories with family, friends and so many gatherings that can last a lifetime. There have been such a large number of  innovative styles applied to the kitchen that it can be hard to think outside of the box in coming up with an entirely new design. Have you considered glass? Imagine all of the beautiful displays that can be derived from using such a clear element as glass. The great thing about adding glass to your kitchen design is that you don’t have to strip all of your cabinets to achieve the right look.

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What It’s Like to Have White Floors?

Let’s be honest – white floors are pure and simple wonderful designing. They look absolutely gorgeous in photos, but very few people have them in real life. Read on to see what it’s like to have white floors, how to care for them and whether or not it’s crazy to consider white floors for your home. Read More

Ceramic Tile VS Glass Tile

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porcelanosa Oxo Garden ArenaWith so many choices of tile in the world, you may be unsure of what to use throughout your home. You want something that is going to provide you with the long lasting beautiful look that you are after, but you also want something that is going to come in many different styles. Choosing from glass tile or ceramic tile might be the best way to go, depending on the needs that you have, and the spaces you want to cover with it.

Glass Tile

Through the use of glass tile, you can have the desired look and feel that you want from a beautiful tile that was made to last. This is a tile that you can stain to be any color that you want, but also have it stand up to the beating that it might take in the end. You can then go from there to know whether or not this is something that you want to place into your bathroom design or kitchen of your home. If you want something durable, and beautiful then this might be the best way to go about getting it. The right glass tile can say so much.

Ceramic Tile

Even though there are many types of tiles out there, many people think only of ceramic tile when they are thinking of tiles. While this is one of the most used and loved tiles out there, there are so many others that you can also make use of when the time comes. You just have to choose the right one for the job, and then go from there when it comes to choosing whether or not ceramic tile might be the best option for you over the glass tiles that you can also purchase. Depending on the look that you want to achieve, one or the other might be better.

Trend Mosaic & Agglomerate Tiles for Kitchen, Bathroom & Pool

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Trend is an international manufacturer and distributor of mosaic tile collections produced in recycled glass, 24 carat gold and venetian enamel. It also produces engineered agglomerates containing recycled fragmented glass, quartz and granite. Trend supplies products suitable for the decoration of private spaces, urban areas and works of art. Trend tiles are great for backsplash appliques, wall tile, floor tile, countertops, aquatic tile, patio tile, and entryway tile.

Trend Mosaic-Tile-Kitchen-Backsplash-Ideas-5As one of the world’s leading producers of colored glass tiles, Venetian enamel, gold leaf tesserae and agglomerate slab, Trend has demonstrated a unique ability to synthesise the essential principles of Italian tradition, with a dynamic creativity attuned to today’s interior designers, architects and artists.

In addition, Trend moved early and aggressively to reduce the ecological impact of its processes and products. Production is now designed to consume fewer raw materials and energy resources, to recycle otherwise wasted materials, and to increase the natural durability of its products.