The bathroom walls are filled with new textures and finishes and among them, the tiles with reliefs of marked vertical lines, or palilleria.
The development of new materials suitable for wet spaces such as coatings that imitate (very realistically) wood and microcements, have done away with the homogeneity of smooth and normally shiny tiles in bathrooms. As if they were few novelties, the sector is also working more and more tiles that imitate stones or bricks with their porous, matt and even relief finishes to achieve a different effect in the bathrooms.
One of the most successful and, therefore, most viewed finishes is the stone-shaped palilleria. The tiles that repeat vertical lines in relief (better be fine) They are one of the most chosen to be placed on the front of the sink, or as a mid-height plinth. And it is that, although these reliefs are natural and elegant, most of the time blend with other smooth finishes to reduce intensity and to make your design stand out.
Bathrooms with vertical reliefs
The verticality of these tiles can be “imitated” by laying narrow elongated tiles vertically one above the other, to enhance the straight lines of the joints. A decorative trick that can be cheaper than betting on newly designed tiles.
Vertical lines in the bathroom with the design of the tile joints
And if you want to include the trend in another way, you can do it through other elements of the bathroom such as the sink cabinet, as in this case.
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