Dec 28, 2021 | Carpet One Floor & Home
2021 was all about adapting to a new way of life and embracing change. As we head into 2022, we can’t think of a better time to broaden our horizons and gain fresh perspectives.
Finding new perspectives might look like spending more time with family or even taking the opportunity to travel. Venture outside of your comfort zone—you just might be surprised by what a little perspective can do!
We’ve curated a collection of flooring and design inspiration based on new perspectives. Bright icy blue tones, delicately rich browns, and a rush of vibrant green all come together seamlessly in this beautiful blend of traditional and modern elements.
Warm up your space this winter with dark-colored floors in rich browns and soft taupes. Use brown colors in your floors to signify grounding, earthiness, and stability. This is a natural and timeless color available in every type of flooring product from hardwood to luxury vinyl to carpet with no end to patterns, styles, and color variation.
Medley III by Weavepoint Residential in Walkway
This textured cut-pile carpet by Weavepoint Residential perfectly balances cost-efficiency with performance, thanks to its soil, stain, and wear resistance. Ready to handle all of life’s toughest mishaps, Medley III is a plush Saxony that’s meant to be enjoyed in your living room, family rooms, and bedrooms alike. Featured in Walkway brown, this carpet showcases a beautiful shade of flecked amber that’s sure to complement a wide range of interior design styles from transitional to contemporary.
Evergreen by Rustic River in Brazil
Or, if carpet’s not the right flooring solution for you, stick to traditional hardwood flooring with Rustic River’s Evergreen collection. Featuring a hand-scraped appearance with a dark finish, these solid hardwood planks are a stunning masterpiece that can be easily customized to suit your design needs. Add warmth to your interiors with Evergreen hardwood in Brazil, a rich brown hue that will contrast nicely with neutral color palettes and brighter pops of color.
Design by DIANA ROSE Photography by MIKE CHAJECKI
Cool blue tones and icy silver grays nod to our New Perspectives color palette unite in this open concept home designed by Diana Rose. These colors form an elevated and chic open living room and kitchen space that boasts unique light fixtures, textured walls, and gorgeous tilework. While there’s an emphasis on cooler tones through the gray color palette of the rug, walls, and silver finishes, there’s also warmer elements such as the leather couch and blue velvet accents, that give the house a “cozy” winter feel.
Design by TRISH ISABEY Photography by TREVOR COOPER
In a more contemporary casual take on the neutral blue color palette, interior designer Trish Isabey showcases a bedroom highlighting soft linens, earthy shades, and natural wood design elements. This is the perfect example of a winter-inspired room, as it blends deep blues with forest greens and is grounded brown wood from the wooden decor beads to the beautifully crafted bench at the end of the bed and the light white oak floor of the master suite. This stunning design gives a fresh perspective on modern decor with a warm minimalist style.
Design by BIG SKY HOME INTERIORS Photography by JUSTINE JANE PHOTOGRAPHY
In a picturesque mountain retreat designed by Jodee March of Big Sky Home Interiors, the living room design offers a new perspective into the rustic-chic style. Grounded in the neutral colorways of brown, black, and white, this home boasts a certain winter warmth with touches of tradition. The palette is complete with leather armchairs, wood accents, bohemian area rugs, and a trendy cowhide ottoman.