Create a style statement in your home, through printed décor tiles



Refined modern urban styled living

It’s hard and edgy, often having a masculine vibe. Currently in this modern look there is a lot exposed brickwork, metals, rust, concrete and soft touches of warm woods textures touches of earthy plan styles are added to balance the space.

A mix of old and new décor items, a fusion of traditional and trendy touches, Hand chosen pieces constructed from materials like reclaimed wood and rusted iron bring character and simple style into any space or type of décor. Urban chic is a look that calls for a lot of your own personality. It’s a mix and match eras and genres, pasted down antiques, Persian rugs to add a feminine touches. The style is you and modern and even though a number of elements are married together it still keeps a not-too-busy space.



A traditional look of continued elegance

A Traditional style that celebrates simple elegance, classic shapes and details. Classic with a contemporary twist", "new takes on old classics. An elegant blend of refined traditional furniture, with cleaner modern shapes

The look evokes a more formal lifestyle. Delicate furniture pieces with feminine lines. Walls are usually painted beige, ivory or cream.  However, a colour palette consisting of bold colours can be used for dramatic effects.  For instance, an accent wall in a bold colour may serve as a backdrop for furniture pieces.  Splashes of bold colours are also found in artwork and accessories. Grand chandeliers. Luxurious fabrics, like silk and velvet. Rich dark woods with polished veneers. Luxe accent materials, including metal, marble, and glass. Symmetrical floor plans.

Yet the classically chic look can be simple and creating a look in the home to be timeless.



A whimsical inspired space

A look inspired by country cottage, has evolved into a look with a romantic air of history and charm. A bohemian collection of weathered worn elaborate furniture applique depicting soft imagery. Cottons and linens, with linen being particularly popular, inspired by old French linens. White is a strong colour but in this style, soft neutral colours such as sky blue, rose pink and beige tones can be seen to create and earthy link.  Old, Vintage, Antique items. The use of re-purposed vintage materials to make modern items. The mixing of patterns and colours that you would not normally consider, to create a country rustic look.

Beach, country and French shabby all fall into this category



A Creative mirage of a luxurious home grown South African style

With element of the natural world this styling explodes with exotic styling, embracing the natural textures, colours and shapes of the African landscape. With a sophisticated statement this look can transform a room from a Sabi sands lodge into your own home. Tribal patterns and colours, earth tones, leather, hides and vast open space offer inspiration. There is also a large influence from an incredible South African base of exception designer. Whether it be fabrics, furniture, décor, jewellery we have an abundance of beautiful creations which influence this style. 

This look can be fun and use elements of other styling to create a modern, trendy look with a touch of the wild. Or can have period old world piece that create a romantic love affair between African eclecticism of grass baskets, mats and batik wall hanging and strong dark antique wooden furniture. Weather a big-game ranch or cosmopolitan studio flat this look can be used to create a welcoming calm space.

Within all the style you will see the following trends through design that enhance and bring out the characters of the style.



A Creative mirage of a luxurious home grown South African style

Easy, elegant and open, these exemplify the look of Simply Chic. This is a non-fussy look which is relatively minimalistic but still has a personal touch to it by adding personal items. Simple shapes and soft colours which just finish a look. This look is influenced by a reduced amount of clutter and having 1 or 2 stand out pieces to create the look.

“Less is more” and clean lines simple colours are strong characteristics of this design.


 Current trend you will see running through the Urban, Classically, Shabby, Safari and Simply Chic

Botanical Elements – Bring the inside in with modern floral, Jungle and tropical elements in your décor.

The whole concept behind the Botanic trend is that of getting closer to nature. It’s about embracing the earth, letting the outdoors come in and blurring the lines between interiors and exteriors.

It is quite a moody lush look with darks leaves and little to no flowers look and fits into urban chic style effortlessly.

Cement/concrete Look The cement look trend fits seamlessly into the Urban Chic style and it would be said that to create the look it is one of the first and easiest ways to create the look. The concrete trend is being followed through in all forms of décor from walls, falls to light fitting and furniture. It is a strong look which can be matched and embellished with all forms of accessories, colours, textures, patterns and materials.

Fusion A fusion of articles, textures to create a strong contrast or a mono subtle look. Cements and woods, stones and textures to create a play of movement and feeling any style.


Geometrical patterns – This trend gets its inspiration from a bygone era, often combining with patch work and patterns. Using modern technology to bring a vintage style into a modern trend.


Metallic Touches of metals, golds and bronze making a strong appearance through many styles of décor. It soften and adds a touch of whimsical to any space. The metallic are seen coming through in décor features, texture and colours.


Marble Marble is often partnered with Renaissance-style/ classical look accents and has been thought of as a forgotten look. But a number of décor and style trends have seen it make a comeback in a completely modern light. And is often mixed with a metal or natural material to create a modern look.

Tribal We’re seeing a lot of tribal trends. It is a way to embrace culture everywhere! It gathers inspiration from colours, textures, and patterns that have been seen throughout civilization. The tribal trend comes from a number of different cultures from the heart of Africa; the aromatic and vibrant markets of India, to the tops of the Mountains of Peru. The trend is not only seen in bright vibrant colours but also neutral earthy toned colours to match the landscapes of the countries it comes from.



Creating your own masterpiece.

A completely new concept within CTM which will be launched in July 2016.

To enable us to expand our range and offer the customer. A completely unique solution to be able to get the Printed décor tile need.

Digitally printed imagery on tiles, in all sizes and styles.

Think it, we’ll create it!

Through technology CTM will have a customer platform to create not only focal walls features, a flooring extravaganza, but smaller 1 off family portraits n the tile of your size. You will have the opportunity to create your own space and complete the look with the exact décor that you will need.

We will also offer a wide gallery of images that you will be able to choose from if you have the idea and just need a little help on the way.

CTM, helping you too create your own masterpiece.