Since nearly everyone has been spending more time at home lately, a resurgence in home renovations has emerged. The latest fall tile and flooring trends reflect a desirable comfy and cozy color palette sure to enrich any environment.
Coast Tile, the leader in the tile and flooring industry for the past 45 years, has revealed a sneak peek into the latest industry trends and warmth is definitely hot this fall.
“As we move into the fall season, we are seeing new trends emerging. While grey tones have dominated the tile and stone world for the last few years, the latest trends feature a warm and comforting color palette. We see more customers looking to add beauty and comfort to their homes with hues like honey, caramel and taupe,” explained Kyle Eisele, Coast Tile’s Head of Business Development.
According to Eisele and the design team at Coast Tile, shades of taupe are becoming all the rage in the kitchen and bath industry as a way of adding warmth to a space. Color affects the emotion and ambiance of a room, and with more people recently having to have spent more time at home, trends are shifting to colors that evoke cozy feelings.
Eisele noted that the script has not completely flipped from cool to warm; rather, homeowners are gravitating toward a a healthy mix of both warm and cool colors that present a wonderful new style approach – mixing white and greys with shades of taupe and even metallic touches to brighten and warm up the living spaces.
The Coast Tile staff is highly skilled and educated on the current trends sweeping the tile and flooring industry, and is now updating their impressive showroom with the latest fall trends in tile, stone and flooring. They live by their trademark slogan,‘We make your decorating dreams come true’ with their free, in-person or virtual design consultations. As a collective team, Coast Tile offers 180 years of experience in helping customers turn their decorating dreams into a reality.
Complimentary in-person or virtual design consultations are available every day but Sunday by scheduling a consultation online or calling 609-646-9346.