It's a good time to remodel your kitchen! 2017's fresh designs will give you the upgrade you've been dreaming of. Read on to find out what's on trend in the kitchen this year.
Year in ReviewWouldn’t be caught dead with an outdated design? Take a deep breath; it’s not as bad as it seems. “Most design trends are not as fleeting you might think,” says Karen Sigrist, Daltile industrial designer. Many interior design trends stick around for a while and don’t come and go with the seasons or a new year. If anything, “trends transition rather than go out completely,” Sigrist states.
Renovation coming up? Your inbox is probably filled up with newsletters and ads that aim to help you get the new bathroom you’ve always wanted. But to get right to the heart of what really matters for an on-trend design in 2017, you need some solid, well-informed design concepts.
Daltile was at The International Surfaces Event last week with the hottest trends in tile on display. Join Massimo Ballucchi, director of product design, for a little tour around the booth to see the latest in touchable textures immortalized in porcelain tile.
Green is said to be the color of renewal, good luck, health, and serenity. It is the color that the human eye can see the easiest, according to CNN. And, it's actually healthy for you. The color green was found to have a calming effect and it can even lengthen your life.
Let’s talk about a few upcoming trends that you can’t miss. Get acquainted with them now and start making plans for a stylish year.
Tile on the wall has been growing as a trend for several years. 2017 offers more tile for the wall in large sizes, tiny mosaics, and in textures perfect for a feature wall. Find out more from the floor of the International Builders' Show 2017.
The International Builders' Show is a great place to see new products and the Daltile booth is no exception! The buzz around the floor is centered around trends in building products. Daltile is showcasing the hottest looks in tile at the show. Whether it's masonry looks or the latest in wood-look tile, it's all at the Daltile booth.
A rooftop entertaining space at a multi-unit building. Features pavers in Delegate Light Grey
The latest amenities in demand for multi-family developments is making apartment living more like being in a hotel than a traditional living space. Apartment seekers, especially Millennials, are ok with smaller square footage in exchange for some pretty exciting amenities. Here are ten favorites that will attract great tenants and handsome rent prices.