The Next Big Thing

This is The Next Big Thing in tiles and bathroomware!

Our designers have travelled the world to find the very latest and greatest in tiles and bathroomware. These exciting new products form six amazing trends: Art & Shine, Black & White, Industrial, Modern Vintage, Natural and Shapes.

Check out the trends below or in our Room Ideas Gallery or see the trend boards - and the tiles - in any of our Beaumont Tiles showrooms.

Vector Tiles are the latest in designer looks for your bathroom. Click here to download the brochure to see all the beautiful Vector tiles you can chose from .

Check out the tiles in the Vector trend here.

Art & Shine

Creative, edgy, this trend allows the tiles to become the masterpiece! Art & Shine brings the colourful side of life into the home. Full of energy, this style is best suited to someone who wants to create a vibrant space.

Check out the tiles in the Art & Shine trend here.

Black & White

A staple in the interior design world, the Black & White trend is timeless. A monotone combination provides a boldly contrasting backdrop for soft furnishings and styling. Glamorous, sophisticated and sexy.

Check out the tiles in the Black & White trend here.


The Industrial trend is inspired by the look of an old warehouse or factory where every surface is exposed. Bringing this sort of look to residential or commercial is all about the space being honest with its components with a simple minimalistic yet confident style.

Check out the tiles in the Industrial trend here.

Modern Vintage

The trend for Modern Vintage is inspired by many cultures. Influences from Ancient Rome, Morocco, Spain and even the Victorian era can be seen.

Check out the tiles in the Modern Vintage trend here.

Natural trend

You'll be wondering whether you're indoors or out with the Natural trend. This trend is all about blending natural organic shapes, natural stone, timber and soft tones to create a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Check out the tiles in the Natural trend here.

Shapes trend

No newcomer to the design world, shapes have been used for centuries throughout interiors, architecture and construction. Whether geometric shapes are used loudly in a room or in a subtle way, they can greatly impact the mood, tone and texture of a space. The great thing about geometric forms is that it's your choice on how bold or subtle you want the look to be.

Check out the tiles in the Shapes trend here.