Design Trend: Warm, Neutral Tiles

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Warm, earthy colors are back! Those that are in-the-know have been predicting this trend for years, and we are finally seeing mainstream design embracing the resurgence of beige. Some believe the influx of digital influence on our daily lives is responsible for the shift, as people are craving to reconnect with nature and the grounded feeling it offers.

Essential Ceramic 3” x 6” Mushroom

Essential Ceramic 3” x 6” Mushroom

The shift to warmer colors isn’t an exact revival of the yellow hued beiges of the past – today’s preferred warm tones have a greige or taupe undertone, which provides a more elegant, timeless aesthetic. Seamlessly complimenting a variety of styles and décor, these hues provide a sense of calm in any space, whether residential or commercial.

Gaja 18” x 36” Sand (Textured)

Gaja 18” x 36” Sand (Textured)

To energize your neutral space, mix up textures and materials to add depth and dimension. Textures reinforce the organic feel most designers are envisioning when incorporating warmth into their projects.

Mason 24” x 48” Taupe (Soft)

Mason 24” x 48” Taupe (Soft)

For a more modern space that doesn’t feel sterile, try using simple subway tiles in greige hues, or natural stone in trending geometric patterns.

Nami White Sand

Nami White Sand

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