The Trend Edit for British Ceramic Tile

MonkeyFish Design have been working alongside the interior designers and stylists at British Ceramic Tile to create The Trend Edit. The Trend Edit is an aesthetically pleasing product, compiling all of the latest and upcoming trends for the year. It is presented as a bright and colourful display book for businesses to browse.


Creating the book


The MonkeyFish Design team sat down with the UK’s leading ceramic and glass tile manufacturer, British Ceramic Tile, to discuss the project at length, and understand their vision. This carefully researched book is filled with trends from around the globe. It is used as an inspirational tool for interior designers and home décor companies such as B&Q and Homebase. The Trend Edit is a business to business publication that provides industry experts with products to sell throughout the next retail season. Every page has been lovingly created to encapsulate each style. The styles range from art décor, to vintage and industrial.


MonkeyFish Design print services


MonkeyFish Design works with closely with clients to create bespoke print products that stand out from the others on the market. We have a huge repertoire creating designs for direct mail, catalogues, pattern books, business cards, leaflets and downloadable PDF brochures. Our extensive portfolio also covers a wide range of successful online design projects for big name clients from across the world. We also offer marketing services to boost your SEO, support your business and help it grow.


Contact us


If you are interested in our bespoke design services, get in touch with MonkeyFish Design today. Our talented team will be happy to chat to you about our print and online products. Contact us online and we will get back to you as soon as possible, or call us on 01282 504 730, to speak to us directly.

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The Trend Edit for British Ceramic Tile