Tile Trends in 2020

Tile Trends in 2020

Keep your home up to date starting with your floor.

The coolest thing about this year’s trending tile styles is the realistic looks that manufacturers can achieve. Stone look, Concrete and of course, the ever popular wood look tiles are a home run when renovating or building your dream space.

Bright, clean, elegant marble floors have been one of the hottest gems on the flooring market for centuries. Marble looks are immediately associated with a refined elegance.

Today manufacturers are able to produce this look in porcelain tile. They bring it to you in a less porous, more durable, less expensive and more accessible material. It is literally the best of all worlds.

The hottest trend by far is flooring that looks like something it’s not, and the concrete look is no exception.

Concrete looks are really making their way into contemporary interior design. This modern, industrial look is in.

While warm, rustic looks are most prominent in 2020, there is still a niche for a more mechanic, detached look. A rustic wood floor is perfect for your family home, while a concrete-look tile is an awesome backdrop to a modern or contemporary space and can be paired perfectly with an Italian kitchen.

It’s a more specific aesthetic, but a relevant one to look out for this year.

Timeless wood. Each textured wood look comes with its own unique style and character.

  • Wirebrushed wood-look tile shows the appearance of subtle, intentional wire scratches that leave the heart of the “wood” exposed to the surface. These imperfections are smoother and more consistent than handscraped or distressed wood looks.
  • Rustic, handscraped wood-look tile features the appearance of long, ingrained scrapes with high variation between planks, making each individual plank appear handcrafted, unique and rare.
  • Distressed wood-look tile is often mistaken for handscraped looks. Distressed looks, however, appear as though they’ve been through a lot of wear and tear. You can expect to see the appearance scrapes, burns, knots, wormholes and more, giving it an aged, antique look.