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Posted in Minoli
11th January 2024
In advance of soon publishing this year’s Minoli Design Trends Report, today we recap on the second three emerging trends in porcelain tiles for 2024, with fitting examples of the new series that Minoli have launched this year. The report will initially be available for download as a PDF from our website, featuring six themes that embrace the latest creative ideas and production technologies.
Trend 04 – Technical Textures – Innovative designs that deliver visual variety and versatility
The reinvention of classical materials to bring tactile texture to today’s most technical interior and architectural designs is a trend that’s poised to accelerate in 2024. Over recent years, the achievements of leading designers and producers of Italian porcelain have delivered unprecedented levels of realism and also importantly consistency, in terms of the manufacturing specification and colour tone across the various finishes within a product range.
The Elysian Travertini Series encapsulates these advancements in both design and production with equal measure. Emulating the linear and layered look of limestone, this highly technical take on traditional Travertine is available in three natural and nuanced shades and with two distinct patterning effects.
Trend 05 – Purity Personified – Next level representations of the most precious and prized marble
Showcased prominently at the Cersaie 2023 International Exhibition of Ceramics were several standout porcelain tile series with precious marble and gemstone effects. Minoli’s top-flight production partners have prioritised research and development to progress these next level representations of the most sought-after stoneware and it’s the purity and precision personified in their production that will drive future demand.
This symbiosis between natural inspiration and technical ambition is delightfully demonstrated in the new Minoli Jolie Series. Purposefully produced in larger tile formats and expansive slabs to amplify their intrinsic impact, they are distinguished by distinctive designs, intricate detailing and reflective radiance.
Trend 06 – Synchronised Surfaces – Using contemporary concrete-effects as a system of surface solutions
Whilst industrial and minimalist décor styles have been in favour for some time, the emerging trend is more about the increasing versatility of applications for porcelain tiles and pavers with man-made material finishes, as an overarching system of synchronised surfaces, for residential, retail, hospitality and commercial projects.
Emphatically exemplifying this design direction is Boost Balance, as the latest concrete-look inclusion to the wider Boost Series. Distinguished by its superfine and compacted composition, Boost Balance is available in a palette of ten complementary colourways, matched by the breadth of rectified sizes and formats available.
In the coming weeks we will start sharing full details and specifications of these new ranges, along with timelines for sample availability and ordering. In the meantime, you can download the 2024 Preview Brochure from our website here, or if you would like to discuss a forthcoming project or pre-request samples, please contact our showroom or account teams:
– Minoli Oxford – 01865 778225 / firstname.lastname@example.org
– Minoli London – 020 7474 2934 / email@example.com
– Corporate Clients – Please contact your account manager directly / firstname.lastname@example.org
– Outdoor Specific Product Enquiries – 01865 778225 / email@example.com