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From the bathroom to the kitchen via the living room, tiling is one of the decoration stars. Available in countless colors, it is also adorned with graphic patterns for more modernity. If the black and white checkerboard comes back in force, other serigraphic decorations have something to seduce, whether on the floor, on the wall or on the kitchen splashback.
The great return of the mosaic
The previous seasons foreshadowed the return of graphics in terms of interior design. It is therefore quite natural that the tiling is enriched with patterns capable of unleashing an overly classic atmosphere, sometimes singularly lacking in fantasy. Indispensable if you want to create a design style, the tiling with graphic patterns punctuates each room of the house.
A real invitation to travel, the mosaic tiling allows all daring thanks to the richness of the shades in which it is available. The mosaic is indeed widely present in the dwellings and palaces of the Maghreb. We can also draw inspiration without limit from the wonders exhibited at the National Bardo Museum, located a stone's throw from Tunis. In single pattern, in frieze or more widely declined until reaching the total look, the mosaic brings a lot of personality to the decoration and allows a marriage of sumptuous colors.
Patterned tiles in the kitchen
The kitchen is particularly well suited to tiling. From XXL format to minimalist tiles, anything goes. Ditto for the colors, from light to dark, and the finishes from matt to gloss. The new trend is in the evocation of the Paris metro. In sparkling black, the tiles oppose red and white for a striking contrast. Give free rein to your creativity: we insert psychedelic patterns to dare an arty touch, or tiles with a floral print and melted tones for a small bohemian accent also very fashionable. Work surface, credenza and floor can play the card of the graphic motif in unison, but we take care of the harmony of the whole in the same way as we already do with colors.
Get inspired by the creators
Out of inspiration? By devoting a little time to the discovery of the collections of tiles with graphic patterns by the designer Anne-Marie Falletta, we get lots of ideas. In love with color, this interior designer born in Algiers is at the origin of a collection of more than three hundred models of tiles with original patterns. Her culture naturally pushes her towards mosaic, but not only since we owe her variations of contemporary patterns where the geometry associated with current colors holds a preponderant place.
Material effect tiles for tone-on-tone patterns
The patterns of a tile can also be due to the effects of materials. This is how contemporary tiles create the illusion of tone-on-tone graphics, both on the floor and on the walls. Tiles with marble look, leather, stone, concrete, wood and many others: everything is allowed to enhance the decor, whether you want to create a rustic, design or industrial style.