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With the new year arriving, our team took a moment to gather the major trends in store for the tile world in 2019. Across the board, we found that there will be two contrasting movements occurring: big, modern, dramatic styles alongside traditional, handmade, classic styles. This is exciting for our company, since we have a ton of new collections that match the biggest trend sightings. So, read on to see what's coming!


TILEBAR'S 2019 TILE TREND PREDICTIONS
  • BOLD COLORS
    In 2019 there will be a movement from cold, modern to bold, strong color choices. This will be seen with tiles in hues of burgundy, coral, salmon, and emerald green.
    Check out our top bold looks:
  • DRAMATIC STONES
    While Calacatta will always be a classic, this year be on the lookout for dramatic stone look tiles. Think marble tile with colorful veining or gorgeous patterns.
    A few dramatic stone looks to inspire you:
  • OLD WORLD METHODS MEET MODERN DESIGN
    Mixing and matching will be hot this year. There is going to be a rise in placing old-world looks with modern field tiles. The result will be an eye-catching, one-of-a-kind design. We’ll also notice on the same front, a move towards handmade. While elaborate, statement tile is fun, nothing beats the breath-taking simplicity associated with hand-painted or handmade pieces.
    View our favorite old-world looks:
  • LARGER IS BETTER
    Small format tiles will still have a place, of course, but we’re going to see the expansion of large format tiles in 2019. 48x48, 30x60, and 24x48 slabs will be growing in popularity. Large formats offer a great way to bring a dramatic statement to any space as a feature wall or entry way.
    Here's the latest in large format:
TILEBAR TRADE MEMBERS TALK TRENDS
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Micky Klein
www.mickyklein.com/

“Natural elements with a lot of movement such as veins and grains will be very popular. Tilebar’s Astaire Summerdale collection made from porcelain, marble, and brass showcases a twist on this trend with its bold pattern alongside its outdoor, woodsy elements.”

Shop Astaire for this Look
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Lori Miller
www.lorigirlcreations.com

“I’m looking at a return to traditional hand painted ceramic tiles. Both glazed and terracotta. Florals and birds are making a come-back.“

Shop Nabi for this Look
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Susan Wintersteen
www.savvyinteriors.com

“All tiles in matte textures. Some natural, organic, others deep rich jewel tones in matte.”

Shop Exagoni Matte for this Look
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Joyce Clegg
www.Dream-Homes-Inc.com

“Large scale patterns will continue to drive the industry.”

Shop Art Deco Ponte for this Look
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