Pattern has made its mark within the interiors world. From discreet motifs to striking geometric designs, pattern has become an influential design trend, one that has taken the nation by storm especially when it comes to transforming surfaces.
Tapping into this incredibly popular design movement is the new patterned tile collection from Verona, a leading distributor of tiles and mosaics in natural stone, porcelain, ceramic and glass. Based in Leeds, the company supplies independent and multiple retailers nationwide, offering a broad portfolio of products.
The new range is named after renowned Spanish artists and architects, Picasso, Miro, Dali, Goya, Sorolla and Gaudi, and comprises a collection of wall and floor tiles in six distinctive ranges, all in a versatile 25x25cm size.
With a traditional encaustic appearance and muted colour palette, the patterned collection is a go-to choice for adding character and charm to any living space. Whether it’s in the bathroom, kitchen or hallway, these tiles effortlessly breathe life into surfaces, drawing attention to walls and floors.
A Moorish-inspired design with a distinct floral motif, Gaudi offers consumers a modern, feminine design. Featuring muted shades of blue, grey and white, Gaudi adds a sense of vibrancy and lightness to spaces. The design runs across four tiles to create a striking star-like effect.
Featuring a white background with a blue, grey and black overlay, this clover-like design delivers impact through a striking, over-sized pattern. The monochrome colour palette is made all the more visually impactful through a cool, blue accent shade. Four tiles make up the complete pattern.
One of the more minimalist designs in the collection, Goya taps into the ongoing trend for monochrome colour palettes. Featuring a crisp white background and black print, Goya is classic styling at its best and works well with matt black accents. Four tiles come together to complete the eye-catching pattern.
The reverse of Goya, Picasso brings depth to walls and floors. A contrast of dark and light, this matt black and white design is set to be a hit with consumers who prefer a more traditional pattern. The pattern runs across four tiles.
A smaller, more uniform format, Dali features a repeating cubic pattern in a dove grey and white colourway. This design is one of the more modern designs in the collection, yet still harks back to a bygone era. Simple to install, the tiles don’t need to be rotated when fixed.
With a symmetrical, geometric pattern, Miro offers a fresh colour palette of white, black and blue to create a light, airy ambience. A decorative choice, it’s a range well suited to hallways and open spaces and is easy to install thanks to its repeating design.
The patterned collection is available now to all retailers, and is supported by a dedicated display stand to promote the collection in store. For more inspiration visit www.veronagroup.co.uk