22
May

3D Feature / Structured Tiles

  • Not only are 3D tiles great for a modern look in a contemporary home, they also add a certain element of finesse which plain subway tiles can’t do as they’re just a bit bolder.
  • 3D tiles come in an array of prints and patterns that jump right off the floor or wall. There are a surprising array of 3D designs including: raised geometric patterns, rustic brick effect, tactile wavy ridges, textured folds, asymmetrical shapes and more. On trend colours still favour a neutral look but using a 3D tile boosts the interest factor.
  • 3D tiles are a decorative look that make a wall space more sculptural, appealing and dynamic. The result can also be elevated with natural or artificial light for a special experience day or night. Whether you’re using strict geometric shapes or waves, 3D tiles are a great way of adding texture and depth to a space. They can be used subtly as an accent tile or on a feature wall.

Playing with shadow and light, rather than colour and pattern, three-dimensional visually tactile tiles are trending, with designs that can be applied in a myriad of formations to create a personalized look.