HAVING A HARD TIME TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT COVER FOR YOUR FLOORS AND WALLS

Interior design might be a challenge, but with striking patterned tiles, your commercial or residential space could stand out.

Pigmented resin, glass, and neon produces a range of appealing materials. This idea promotes surface intricacy as some pieces appear like candy cubes or colored blocks of polished cast resin.

The design has translucent edges to create an imaginative finish. Through-the-looking-glass effects are similar with tinted mirrors in hand-drawn shapes that provide smooth reflections.

Some examples of resin, glass, and neon works are as follows:

1. Fun Summer 02 floor tile in glazed porcelain by Ceramica Sant’Agostino.

2. Savoy Penny wall and floor mosaic tile in glazed porcelain by Ann Sacks.

3. Icon 09 Yellow tile in porcelain by Target Group.

4. Cadence wall tile in ceramic in Chalk, Rose, Raven, and Dove by Nemo Tile + Stone.

5. Let It Bee wall tile in double-fired ceramic in Yellow by Cooperativa Ceramica d’Imola.

Designers explore other efficient methods of working, coloring, and material layering. Industrial glass manufacturers highly value the designers’ ideas.

Lighting also affects the overall design. For example, a white neon tube embedded in a resin disc reflects the time of day when sun rays hit the material. It casts illuminative effects by threading glowing neon ribbons through stacked blocks of resin.

Mixing resin, glass, and neon works with glossy and matt pieces also produce great textures and smooth surfaces. One of the trendiest design solutions is to combine different materials and surfaces.

To achieve optical and geometrical effects, designers create a bold and sophisticated look. With the right colors, shapes, and sizes, unique geometrical patterns and optical effects can be achieved.

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