Color has profound psychological effects on our mind and body. After the uncertainty of the past two years, it is not surprising that color experts are predicting a turn to calming neutral earth tones in 2022. Natural stone trends are also moving to timeless, sustainable materials like white marble.
Pantone recently chose two colors for its 2021 Color of the Year: a gray and yellow, which the company says come together to create an aspirational color pairing, conjoining deeper feelings of thoughtfulness with the optimistic promise of a sunshine filled day.
Experts say the thoughtful use of color and strategic placement of natural stone throughout our homes can help create that sense of connection and comfort many of us are seeking more than ever right now.
Read on to experience a few projects that feature this classic combination and to learn how you can achieve this style in your own project.
Color of the Year reveals are always a fun way to welcome the new year and new possibilities to imbue color and inspiration to our homes. We believe 2019 will be a renaissance of the 1970s—with a twist.
Fall beckons and with the new season comes another opportunity to refresh your home design.
Experts agree that countertops should reflect your personality and style.
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How Using Natural Stone in Living and Work Spaces Increases Well-Being.
Read about white stones including marble, quartzite, and pegmatite. What colors are available and how does their performance as a countertop differ?
How designers are using natural stone to make bold design statements.
Designers use natural stone to compliment interesting color trends.
Using contrasting colors and two different types of stone in the same kitchen is an attractive trend that is growing in popularity.
Greens go with just about everything: with black, stainless steel, and maple or cherry cabinets.