Oxidized: Surfaces Trend

Oxidized: Surfaces Trend

When it comes to metals, designers are shunning perfectly polished surfaces in favor of colorful and textured patinas. The style translates into other non-metal surfaces as well, where the look of aged and corroded metals is being carefully recreated for wallpapers and tiles.

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Decotone Surfaces’ Stone Oxide tile is part of the brand’s decorative Metallic Laminate series which translates rusted and oxidized patterns onto durable flooring.

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Nemo Tile re-imagines the porcelain tile with their Oxy line, which mimics scratched and oxidized metals.

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Printed on metallic foil with layers of translucent inks, which distress and crackle glaze the surface, the Lustre Tile Wallpaper by Zoffany has a warm, oxidized copper patina with accents of teal.

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Architectural Ceramics’ Native Rock Collection portrays the patina of oxidizing metal on porcelain floor tiles.

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This collection of Oxidized Steel speciality wallcoverings by Tri-Kes creates a 3-dimensional effect.


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