Surface Texture is key this season.
Colours will come and go, pattern will ebb and flow but texture will triumph, when it comes to adding interest and dimension to an interior.
And unlike modish colours and pattern, this trend has staying power.
Following in the footsteps of the best fashion designers, Fired Earth is adding a diffusion line to its collections.
First to arrive is the Tile Basics collection, which will include tiles starting at 36p each.
Bright and bold, tiles from the Collage range, take their inspiration from the Pop Art movement of the 1950s and 60s, when collage and painting were combined to construct new art forms that heralded the cultural transformation of Britain and America at the time.
Fired Earth is broadening its reach and appeal by adding a diffusion line to its collections.
This begins with the launch of Tile Basics this month, which will carry tiles starting from just 36p each.
Tile Basics is designed to complement the existing Fired Earth range and add some new bolder colours, which can be mixed and matched.
Aaran Brown, (30 years old) who works at a gym in a prison, and Stephanie Hampstead, a 22-year-old nursery nurse, are a prime example:
â€œWe were renting an apartment in Blyth Bridge and didnâ€™t see buying as financially friendly enough to be an option for us,â€ Aaron said.
Here is some expert advice from award winning tile manufacturer CP Groupâ€™s marketing executive, Katy Black:
Making a statement in the home is this seasonâ€™s interior trend, bringing excitement and creativity back into decorating.
With more people improving not moving, now is the time to inject personality into the home – adding colours, textures and patterns can seem daunting after a decade of â€˜magnoliaâ€™ and â€˜white washâ€™, but feature walls are back ,adding the â€˜wowâ€™ factor without the hassle of re-decorating the whole room.
Gold taps are a token gesture by comparison. If you really want to wallow in luxury, go for a big tin tub. A pure Gold one! Well, pure Gold Leaf.
This magnificent piece takes bath-time to another level – when you sink into this to wash all your cares away, itâ€™s more than probable, you can bask in the fact that you havenâ€™t got any.
Worked from solid tin and available with a Gold Leaf exterior or, if you prefer something a little less ostentatious, Silver Leaf. Glorious!
Are you looking for affordable stylish flooring for your home? Then Floorell could provide the solution, as they supply a range of flooring that will add the â€˜wowâ€™ factor to any room.
Floorell are a new Internet based company specialising in reasonably priced premium quality stone, marble, wood and porcelain flooring.
For inspiration just view their range in the comfort of your own home; no need to trawl round DIY stores trying to work out what you need, simply view their website, order a few samples and then place your order; itâ€™s as simple as that.
Paris Ceramics has pioneered the reclamation of both antique stone and terracotta from its inception in 1982.
Whilst the company pays homage to the rare antique originals, newly quarried stone, which has evolved to meet todayâ€™s requirements is also available to order.
Paris Ceramics has now introduced â€˜Wengeâ€™, an exclusive new sandstone, which brings a unique look to stone flooring.
Following the recent success of two of its stone collections at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Stone Age has announced the launch of its largest ever collection of exterior stones, now available for viewing at its London, Hemel Hempstead and Bristol showrooms and Online.
The enormous range of stone floor tilesÂ includes limestone, basalt, travertine and sandstone, which are all appropriate for outdoor areas such as gardens, driveways, pathways, swimming pools and roof gardens.
Award-winning garden designers at Chelsea 2007, selected two of the companyâ€™s new stones:
Founded in 1982, Paris Ceramics was originally known for the antique terracotta and native stone floors reclaimed from all over the world.
These days, especially with the re-opening of its London showroom, it is now known for much more.
It continues to reclaim antique floors, but it also offers new floors, plain or distressed, in a range of materials, including terracottas, marbles and many different types of limestone.