Progressive portfolio

Progressive portfolio

June 2020

Leading distributor Verona is encouraging customers to take stock and revaluate their current tile offering, reports TSJ.

As Verona reopens its warehouse to online orders, the business is encouraging customers to revaluate their current tile offering to develop a consumer-focused collection that reflects current market trends, releasing its best sellers list to reveal the designs and styles that resonate strongly with today’s modern homeowner.

Light, mid grey and dark grey tiles are still hugely popular, dominating the 25 best sellers list.  A versatile base colour, grey is here to stay and will continue to transform homes, but greige has fast made its way onto the best sellers list. At the warmer end of the spectrum, it’s well suited to consumers searching for the modernity of grey but the classic, natural undertones of beige.

Classic crisp white marble-effects are also in demand, especially calcatta marble-effects with discreet, swirling veining.

Wood-effects reflect the same colour trends. Consumers are experimenting with designs and textures to add interest to their living spaces, mixing and matching stone-effect wall tiles with timber-effect floors, but within the same monochrome colour palette. Dark grey oak, dark beige, and distressed designs that deliver an aged appearance are all within Verona’s top 25 best sellers.
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