Lampas Peacock has been unveiled as Tile of the Year 2019 by Topps Tiles. Brick-shaped in a deep shade of teal, the Lampas tile features distressed edging and a glossy finish, and was chosen by a panel of design experts as the must-have tile for the forthcoming year. Lampas Peacock embodies a 'truly decadent and unique feel and with an inviting hue which is inspired by the blues and greens of the deep ocean'.
Interior designer, Sophie Robinson, said: "The design and colour of this tile is so gorgeous and incredibly versatile. It lends itself to all kinds of décor and its bold colour and design is all about enhancing the up-and-coming movement for more soothing and deeper shades and shapes that aren’t overtly fussy or complicated, but can be used to create style with real wow factor. I particularly love the fact that the tile is really elegant but has a hand finished, almost rustic-looking edge to add a bit of interest to a simple kind of style – something I expect to see more of in interiors in 2019. Think clean and simple lines but with pops of bold colour, pattern or texture to add real depth and interest to interiors."
Topps Tiles believes home owners are seeking a true haven where they feel at peace and connected to their space. "As we move in to 2019, we’re predicting a shift in interiors schemes with homeowners increasingly embracing strong and opulent, yet comforting styles that will make people feel as though they are cocooned in a safe space," says Harriet Goodacre, Brand Communication Manager. "It’s very much about making an atmosphere in the home that’s nurturing and inviting, yet rich in design interest. This teal tile will create an alluring palette to complement any room, especially when paired with other touches of nature such as wood grain or natural stone, for the ultimate in a welcoming, wellbeing-happy environment."
More at: https://www.toppstiles.co.uk
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