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On 11-11-11, Trend USA Launches iPad Application

  •     iTREND Rooms

o    View pre-designed kitchen and bathrooms by Trend USA
o    Customize pre-designed rooms utilizing Trend USA products

  •     My Rooms

o    Import from photo library (rooms can include bathroom, kitchen, living room or other rooms in the home or office)
o    Change surfaces with glass mosaic, engineered stone or sophisticated wallpaper patterns of mosaic tiles
o    Save My Rooms in your iPhoto or send them via email to family and friends to solicit opinions

“This application is also ideal for interior designers, who often visit consumer homes for consultations and are looking for a way to help their clients imagine what the final design will look like,” explains Elena Girardello, interior designer at Trend USA. “Instead of just showing small tiles and mosaics on a design board, with iTREND, design specialists can show clients what the room will actually look like when the work is complete, giving them an advantage over other designers in their area.”

In addition to its ease of use, the application also features examples of completed Trend USA designs for those who don’t know where to start and the ability to search for a Trend USA distributor near you. To get the application, visit the iTunes AppStore under the Lifestyle category and download the free iTREND app today. More complete details about the iPad application can be found at

Trend Group is an international manufacturer and distributor of mosaic tile collections, produced in recycled glass, 24K gold, Venetian enamel, natural stone, and engineered agglomerate containing fragmented glass, quartz and granite. Since its inception in 2000 the company has grown to over 700 employees with operations in more than 50 countries. Trend USA offers customized glass mosaic and agglomerates, which combine the tradition of sensual Italian beauty with American innovation.


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