Warm earth tones are the perfect balm to take the edge off the chill this autumn. As we head into winter, soak up some of this beautiful color. It's the perfect neutral now and all through the year.
Black is classic, trendy, and bold all at once. It's not for the faint-of-heart, but so timeless and stylish that it carries little risk. It's a cornerstone in interior design. Take a closer look at some of the options in the Daltile portfolio.
Bring a little life to your design with a pop of bright, vibrant color. Bold, but inspired, these sunshiny tones bring out the best in your space.
Invite serenity into your design with soft shades of white, grey, and blue. The color of the month for August relaxes the senses and helps you create a calming space where you can relax.
No matter what era, no matter what style, white is the champion of colors. It's always in vogue for it's flexibility and elegance. Take a look at just a few ways white can dress up your walls, floors, and countertops.
Warm golds and yellows define this month's focus on tile color. Bring the outdoors in with tile that inspires the feel of summer sunshine!
A staple in our wardrobes now has a strong influence on home design, furniture, accessories, and textiles. Find ways to use this enduring classic in your space in our blue-themed infographic.
5 Trends in Natural Stone Tile and Countertops
The elegance of stone is a standard in design no matter what your style. The options for color, movement, texture, and shape are broad with natural stone and the design applications, creative. Here are some of this year’s hottest natural stone products available and how designers are using them.
Sheen has long been a buzzword in the design world. It’s the soft luster on a surface that reflects light and gives the surface a subtle shine. Sheen can range from glossy to matte and anywhere in between. The visual interest it adds to a design provides a feast for the eyes that stands out.
Trends in Sustainability Design for the HomeIt’s a good time to be green!
Homeowners are paying more attention to energy consumption and sustainability these days. In fact, about a third of homeowners say integrating green materials in their homes is a priority.
Not only is environmental responsibility top-of-mind, net zero is a serious consideration, and a healthy home is synoymous with a green home.
With demand growing, the building market has responded with more options than ever before.
Here are some green trends to incorporate into your plans.