On trend at the moment are origami tiles or ‘folded tiles’ for walls and floors. These three-dimensional tile shapes are reminiscent of the Japanese art of paper folding called ‘origami’ and come in a range of shapes, colours and invertible patterns. Elegant and contemporary, origami tiles can take a room to a whole other level of sophistication. We take a look at some of the different origami tiles on the market to enhance your home.
Raised triangles and diamond shapes are commonly used in origami tiles to create the look of folded paper. The surface of each tile involves various angles and textures to depict areas of light and shadow. Great for kitchens, bathrooms, feature walls, anywhere you want to add interest.
Folded Paper Tiles
Folded paper tiles are becoming more and more sought after for bathroom spaces and kitchen floors as they add interest to a neutral space and are invitingly tactile. They are also easy to lay as they come in a standard square shape.
Origami Glass Tiles
The iconic origami shape inspires origami glass tiles that come in pearl and silk finishes and can be infused with a shimmering silver and gold effect. Glass tiles work well in large bathrooms, kitchen splashbacks and dining rooms as they come in a range of colours and finishes. They are also easy to clean and maintain.