Trends

Trends

Color | Decor | Design

Crest Flooring Trends of the year

Lush

Lush was announced as Shaw’s color of 2017


Still Trending

2016 was the year of White Hot

White Hot

Color Trends

Teal trends

Teal

Coral trends

Coral

Grey trends

Grey

Racing Green trends

Racing Green


Oversized patterns

are one of the megatrends shaping home décor today. Classic geometrics have always been timeless, but when blown up larger than ever, they can create major drama and even open up your space.

Consider geometric wall coverings or artwork, patterned upholstery, or—our favorite—carpet with interlocking designs.

And here’s the trends tip: the trick is to use just one large-scale pattern per room to make an elegant, and unexpected statement.

Carpet Patterns

Wide Planks

make your space look larger and more modern. Planks that are 6″ and wider, especially when they are pre-finished, tend to give a more rustic and barn wood look.

Wide Planks

Darker Stains

continue to grow and grow and grow. The most popular colors have been ebony, espresso and dark walnut.

Darker Stain
Even though grey is one of the most talked about colors in the world of home design and fashion—and Shaw’s 2015 color of the year—people still often overlook grey when painting the interior of their houses. For some, it can be seen as bland or too dark. However, grey is one of the most effective neutral shades you can incorporate into your room design, and many designers outside of Shaw agree. It gives off a sophisticated look that goes with any shade of furniture or accessories. There are also several different types of designs you can use with the versatile color. Consider these ideas for a classy vibe that’ll impress your guests.