Beaumont Tiles offers a gorgeous mix-and-match selection of their decorative and stretched subway range, accommodating several 2019 design trends across wall and floor installations.
From Vertical Alternating, right through to Step Ladder and 45-degree Herringbone, Beaumont Tiles discusses 12 different ways to install subway tiles to make an impact in your kitchen renovation or bathroom style.
Effortless and uncomplicated, the Union range is from Beaumont Tiles’ 2019 subway collection; and is available in both satin and gloss finishes.
Artedomus’ porcelain panels are extra-large, fine-profiled, lightweight panels that have exceptional strength, durability; and offer a beautiful and practical surface solution for kitchens, bathrooms, flooring and house-façades.
Dekton® by Cosentino is an ultracompact surface that offers exceptional durability. Impervious to the elements, including scratches, stains, UV rays, fire and heat. The two latest offerings, Bromo and Milar, both have rich, understated, luxurious colourings that harmoniously pair with natural, traditional and contemporary kitchen design.
Artedomus [Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth] has introduced Fiandre’s Colour Studio to its collection of tiles.
EnduroShield’s easy clean coating protective treatment is available for both your glass and tiles in the bathroom. It’s the latest trend in bathroom technology; and keeps glass and tiles cleaner for longer in between cleans.
Glass Brick Company recently introduced VetroPieno, a 100% solid compact glass brick that brings together the appeal of traditional bricks and the transparency and luminosity of glass. Manufactured in Florence, by the world’s leading glass brick manufacturer Seves, VetroPieno is available in four colours.
Comprising two pods, this unique home was conceived by Mexican architect Javier Senosiain. Corian® has been used extensively in the living quarters pod.
From colourful curations to metallics and terrazzo, 2019 will see old favourites in bathroom design emerge again, according to Highgrove Bathrooms.
Caesarstone’s Metropolitan Collection offers nine concrete-inspired finishes that take their cue from materials such as oxidised steel, weathered cement and hand-poured concrete.
With slabs of varying thickness, Dekton® can be used to clad walls, façades, fireplaces and alfresco kitchens. It is manufactured in large format [up to 320cm x 144cm] and thin thicknesses [0.8cm, 1.2cm and 2cm].