A recently conducted survey by the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) revealed “key design trends for 2010” with tile (porcelain, ceramic, glass, mosaic, etc.) as one the most popular options for the kitchen and bath areas.
of the NKBA 2010 Kitchen & Bath Design Trends Survey confirmed the
continuation of a number of existing trends in the marketplace, but also
uncovered others that indicate shifts in the direction that kitchen and bath
style will take this year,” the NKBA says.
kitchen, ceramic and porcelain tile, as well as natural stone tile, “remain
popular kitchen flooring options. For countertops, granite continues to be the
most popular option, but quartz will nearly catch up in popularity. For
backsplashes, ceramic or porcelain tile and glass will serve as the primary
materials,” the survey concluded.
the bathroom areas, the NKBA survey concluded, “Ceramic and porcelain tile will
be the dominant flooring materials in bathrooms this year, while natural stone
will continue to prove popular as well. For vanity tops, granite will remain
king, with quartz and marble also proving popular options.”
more information, or to view additional survey results, visit www.nkba.org.
NKBA survey: tile remains popular as kitchen, bath choice
January 12, 2010