Tile Trends: Beveled

Aug 25, 2014

A timeless look, beveled tile is a current trend in ceramic tile design. It adds dimension, depth and interest to a subway tile pattern. The textures and geometric shapes of beveled tile give designers flexibility to take classic looks and recreate them in new, interesting ways.


Available in a wide variety of colors and sizes, beveled looks were seen at both Cevisama and Coverings 2014. Here’s a look at some beveled tile designs from Tile of Spain manufacturers.


Mainzu Settecento transforms the walls of this room.

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Realonda York Stone adds texture to this backsplash.

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A mix of beveled and hydraulic cement patterns in the Tau Classic series create life and movement in this bathroom.

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Beveled tiles in the Metro series from Aparici cover the walls and backsplash of this black and white kitchen.

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For more Spanish ceramic tile trends, visit the Products and Trends section of the Tile of Spain Inspiration Gallery. And stay connected with us on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and Pinterest.





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