In this article, we recall with excitement the XXVII annual exhibition of GRUPO PORCELANOSA in Villa-real, Spain.

We were fortunate to attend this major event at the end of January. We learned about the trends in tiles and bathroom furniture that PORCELANOSA GRUPO designers are pushing for the next 1-2 years. We share with you photos from the personal archive of the interior design Studio ONE, as well as from Porcelanosa Bulgaria. You can visit their showroom in Varna at 5 Nikola Vaptsarov street, level 2.

The motto of the 8 GRUPO PORCELANOSA factories, “We don’t sell goods, we sell lifestyles”, is completely in line with the interior compositions we saw at the exhibition. Green accents were present in all the showrooms

Although the title of the article is related to bathroom furnishings, we can’t help but mention that tiles are not what they used to be. They “came out” of the white a few years ago and are finding more and more unconventional applications in interior design.

Designers at the show are proving to us that we can apply them almost anywhere in our interiors- including on the walls of our living spaces as well as on our ceilings!

The ceiling made entirely of wood-look tiles!

Along with that, even furniture can be made from the tiles. It all depends on the imagination and ingenuity of the interior designer.

Well, let’s not forget that we also need very good craftsmen. Fortunately, we work with very ambitious subcontractors who, like us, do not compromise on quality.

Take a look at all the interior design services we offer. Shelves made of granitogres tiles.

The trend of using large format tiles in interior design continues, complementing it with the need to be close to nature. We are noticing the reliance on very natural textures and colours in tiles – inspired by the natural look of stone , wood, sand etc.

We have enjoyed many interesting 3D decors, which are not too intrusive, but perfectly harmonize with the classy look of all Porcelanosa Grupo interior products. The walls seem to come alive!

Combination of decorative tiles ” wave “, the appearance of wood, stone

Enjoy a few more photos from the exhibition