When is National Tile Day?
National Tile Day may not be a day that you remember at first. If you are into interior design and especially into tile design, you’ll never forget February 23. Because Feb 23 marks the day for national tile day celebrations.
Tile Day Trends in 2020
If you are struggling to find a beautiful tile, you have check websites of famous interior designers like Alena Capra. Also social media activations will certainly increase before and after this day. It may be a good opportunity to listen social voices to learn more about benefit of tile.
Miss Capra is also brand ambassador of the event. She quotes:
“National Tile Day is rooted in a desire to celebrate the many great benefits tile has to offer as a material. We’re encouraging the architecture and design community to get inspired by tile.”
National Tile Day is relatively a new day. It was founded by Coverings which is the largest international tile stone show in North America. Participants from 40 countries showcase each year their new designs, building material, printing technologies and so on.
It is a very important event for stone industry. Ceramic tile, porcelain, mosaic tiles, marble, travertine, granite, limestone and all other natural stones will shine a timeless element of architecture and design at Coverings 2020.
Tile trends may change every year. If you are a interior designer, bath designer or designing outdoor spaces or if you are someone who just want to remodel his/her kitchen with durable, efficient and less costly materials, you have to observe National Tile Day.
Before Coverings tile and stone exhibition, many tile stores are doing extreme discounts to celebrate Tile Day.
In 2018, Coverings was held in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2019, it was held in Orlando, Florida, In 2020 it will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Every year new trends emerge in tile making. Recently, we see more bold tile patterns. This is because of 3D Modeling. This new technique adds more flair and dimension to 2D looking walls. A stunning tile can change an ordinary surface into an exquisite beauty. This is the power of tile design.
Natural stones are not only natural stones anymore. With water-cutting technology, 3D designs are easily implemented with the usage of natural stones as source material.
There are certain tiles that will never be out of date. Black and white marble for instance is one of these timeless classics. With digitally printed images, black and white tiles changed their form and became more intriguing and eye-catchy.
National Tile Day is the highlight, a mark in the calendar that alerts us about the next Coverings event. Every year more than 1000 exhibitors participate the event. It is a powerful networking opportunity for professionals in the tiling industry.