Tiles comes in diverse colours, shapes, sizes and texture. Selecting tile is so important as it will define the look, feel and style of our home. It is like completing a puzzle once they are installed,creating an overall mood/theme for our home. We are so lucky to be living in the era where technology has advanced. There are so many choices to choose from. Find the latest cutting-edge designs from marble to ceramic tiles. Today, we will be sharing about popular tile designs that are suitable for either bathrooms or kitchens.

Fish Scale Tiles

Bored with the usual subway tiles? These muted tone of fish scales are a great alternative that you can opt for. It’s popular to use the tile as kitchen backsplashes, bathroom floors and more.

Up-to date Antique Tiles

The overall aesthetic of this bathroom is a a combination of timeless and classic design. Don’t be afraid to mix up 2 different tile design in your house active areas. The subway tiles on the wall and antique ones on the floor compliment each other well, creating a great vibe of a artisinal bathroom.

Subway Tiles

Did you know you can spice up the look of subway tiles by arranging them differently? These tiles are commonly used in kitchens.

Geometric Tiles

Bold geometric tile patterns are a becoming a staple for the home. It’s lovely when clients embrace unique and inspiring tile compositions. 

Terrazzo Tiles

Old is gold. Terrazzo tiles were used in HDB homes back in the olden days. Now, they are making a comeback. Terrazzo floors adds timeless elegance wherever applied.

Kit Kat Tiles

The name says it all. This particular tile shaped like a kit kat is a great choice for minimalist lovers. Choose dark toned sinks and tapware to elevate the look. Turn your bathroom into a aesop look alike store.

Honeycomb Tiles

The universal color of the Honeycomb makes it very versatile and luminous. Pair it with black for a chic and timeless design. Or combine it with your favorite color to create a deco that suits you. If you have a small room, go for a white on white style. This will visually expand your space.