Copper and Concrete

Copper and Concrete

The metallic trend was big news last year and is one trend that looks set to stay. To keep this look fresh in 2014, use varying tones of copper and gold- introducing rose gold accessories are a instant way to modernise your home. If you really want to embrace the trend this year, try mixing textures to give your home an added edge.

1. Metal Fuse  2. Worn Concrete  3. Metal Coin

1. Metal Fuse 2. Worn Concrete 3. Metal Coin

Offset covetable coppers with urban concrete or exposed stone to create the perfect contrast in your interior spaces. Try it for yourself using tiles like Worn Concrete with Metal Fuse and Metal Coin from Amtico’s Signature Collection.

With Amtico Signature’s unique Design Options, you can control how much, or how little you want to incorporate this trend. The subtle use of Fragment Meteor is enough to give this bathroom a 2014 update without being too overpowering, and the Key Stone laying pattern adds a touch of personality.

Fragment Meteor and Stria Basalt

Fragment Meteor and Stria Basalt

Amtico has a diverse range of flooring options, allowing you to experiment with different stones, woods and abstract tiles to create a floor that’s perfect for you. Mixing metallic tiles that shimmer and shine, with neutral stones may seem like a unlikely partnership, but the tiles work together to compliment the various colours and tones. Concrete and Bronze, seen below, are from Amtico’s Spacia Collection and work in harmony with each other to create an understated take on the trend.

1. Concrete  2. Bronze

1. Concrete 2. Bronze

If you want to get an idea of how you can bring copper and concrete into your homes, use the Room Visualiser from Amtico and get creative! Don’t forget to look at our Pinterest board too with lots of interior ideas for your home.

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