Top 10 Trendiest Places to Add Tiles in Your Home

This is a sponsored post for ABL Tile Centre, a reputable sponsor of Havven.com.au

Tiles where big last year, with the subway tile being the tile of choice for most renovations. This year is not looking to slow down with tiles popping up everywhere and in the most unexpected places around the home. Thanks to ABL Tile Centre who have asked us for our top 10 tile round-up, we are going to talk tiles, tiles, tiles and ten ways to add them into your home.

Top 10 Trendiest Places to Add Tiles in Your Home

1. Add Moroccan Tiles to the Step Risestep-riseAdd a Moroccan villa vibe with tiles in the step rise like this example from Santa Barbara, Cali. This shot was taken during our visit in 2014. It really was one of the most beautiful cities I’ve ever been in. They had gold fire hydrants!

2. Create an Outdoor Oasisoutside-retreatTiled walls in the outdoor area look amazing, think plenty of plants in pots of complimentary colours.

3. Feature Walls

Victorian Dream Bathroom

This beautiful patterned tile is a show stopper in this bathroom running up the wall and can we all take a minute and drool at that shower fixture!

4. 3D Tiles

Ashgrove house
Harvard Square Renovation

3D tiles add dimension, texture and even colour to an otherwise boring blank wall. Who needs art when you have such a pretty tile?

5. Backsplash
Resident Art

Subway and hexagon tiles are definitely the trendiest tiles for splash backs right now, but this cube tile backsplash pattern is set to be the next big thing.

6. Entry Way or Mudroom

Lowry Hill Renewed

They don’t call it ‘mudroom’ for nothing. A tiled floors is a no brainer in this space, as they make for easy cleaning and hard wearing. Choosing a darker tile can mask just how ‘muddy’ this space is too.

7. Fireplace

Walker - Modern Build

DREAM! I will have this in my future dream home. A fireplace which sits in the middle of two rooms, sharing the heat but also creating the division of an otherwise open space. The beautiful big tiles on this fireplace surround is timeless.

8. Transitions

A blank canvas in a brand new building...

A transition tile is a small slither of tile that separates hard wood floors to a tiled area. This can be tricky to get right.

9. Outdoor Kitchen Table

Fabio Galeazzo Brazil

An outdoor space is the perfect place to let loose and have some fun with colour and patterned tiles. Make an outdoor kitchen bench a feature with an array of styles.

10. Mirror Frame

Spanish Accent Home

This tiled mirror surround has lifted the dark wood cabinetry with the pop of colour and added texture with the sextant pattern, this shape, recalls centuries-old Moorish tiles of Spain, or perhaps Morocco.

There you go, I hope you have some ideas on how to incorporate tiles into your home for an easy injection of character. Looking to buy? You can buy mosaic tiles at ABL Tile Centre.

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