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Surface Design Show: 3 Emerging Trends

Posted on Jan 24, 2018 by

A showcase of innovative and emerging materials, Surface Design Show (6-8 February) is the leading industry event for immersive surface design and a really useful resource for anyone looking for innovative ways to renovate or for seeking insights into the latest trends.

The Chroma collection from BluePrint Ceramics is available in several colour variations and enhanced with a wood grain effect.

The Chroma collection from BluePrint Ceramics is available in several colour variations and enhanced with a wood grain effect.
Image courtesy of BluePrint Ceramics

Surface Design Show will return to London’s Business Design Centre 6-8 February. The show has a packed programme, featuring over 170 exhibitors presenting an exciting collection of hand crafted surfaces and the latest technological advances in architectural lighting.

From the latest launches to timeless classics, collections from this year’s exhibitors are proving trends such as terrazzo and geometric pattern will continue to be a key focus in surface materials.

Warehouse Home is a proud media partner to Surface Design Show, so our editorial team has highlighted three key and emerging trends evident in this season’s presentations.

Timeless Terrazzo

Poured in place or precast, this colourful composite material is created from chippings bound in cement or resin. An enduring trend ever popular with our readers, and highlighted in Warehouse Home Issue Six, trending terrazzo will feature throughout the collections of exhibitors such as Grestec Tiles and BluePrint Ceramics.

Line It Up

Linear and geometric forms allow a variety of compositional options, enabling homeowners and designers to create truly unique spaces. Concrete effect designs from Grestec Tiles offset tone and shape to create “elegant chromatic geometries” in chalky colours.

Bright & Beautiful

Dramatic and daring tiles are grabbing our attention this season with statement designs creating distinct focal points. The Chroma collection from BluePrint Ceramics is available in several colour variations and enhanced with a wood grain effect.

Whether you’re a homeowner, architect or designer, and whether you’re working on a specific project or simply looking for interiors inspiration, we thoroughly recommend a visit to Surface Design Show 6-8 February. For details on how you can register to attend, click here.

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