Mar 31, 2022 | Carpet One Floor & Home
This spring is all about timeless travel, so enjoy the warmer weather and go sightseeing. While we’re all itching to jet-set the globe, you can still get a small taste of travel with a short road trip to the mountains or a quick spring break at the beach.
Let the rich scenery and carefree vacations inspire your interior palettes.
As we head into the spring season, we’ve carefully selected a few colors to match our theme of timeless travel. From bright orange accent walls and dark green shoots to sandy brown buildings and gray pavement walk-ups, these colors reflect the sense of alluring history that comes from exploring new places full of regional traditions and architectural details.
Green of course comes top of mind when you think spring, so add a touch of green to your space with a tile backsplash or even a full accent wall.
Mizu glazed ceramic tiles offer a sophisticated and saturated look in a rich glossy green. Infuse equal measures of style and flair into your interior design with a tile accent in the shower or a sink backsplash in the laundry room. The curved trend comes full circle with this tile which features a textured oval mosaic when strung together — this geometric pattern is truly an eye-catcher.
Probably most important to note in the springtime is having waterproof floors. Real life is hard on your floors, especially in the spring when you’re tracking in mud and rain so get a floor made to handle your toughest everyday messes. Old Baymeade by Invincible Life H2O will do just that and more as this luxury vinyl plank features dent-resistant and scratch-resistant technology in a beautiful rustic wood look. Offered in a honey-hued mid-tone, Voyage showcases gorgeous coloring and varied saw marks to match any home design style.
Also just as important as waterproof features are comfort, especially when you have little ones around or elderly dogs that are more often to fall on slippery surfaces. Luckily our Best of Show carpet by Tigressa offers both comfort and durability with its incredible performance features.
Amazingly this carpet is waterproof, kid-proof, and pet-proof with stunning aesthetics. Its color-flecked Berber loop fibers are soft to the touch and cozy underfoot. Thanks to its waterproof backing, spills are kept on the surface for easy cleanup so you don’t have to worry about damaging your subfloors. Plus, Best of Show has special technologies to ensure longer-lasting wear under household conditions with its ability to repel stains and odors, kid or pet related.
Of course, for those who can’t bear to part with hardwood, we have the perfect product for you. Our collection of Hydrotek flooring is engineered to be 100% waterproof and holds up beautifully under the pressures of an active household. This dark hue of Shelby Lane’s White Oak collection would make a stunning contrast to a room with lots of natural light. The grain variations in this dark white oak plank make it possible to add the understated elegance of hardwood to any room of your home now, including kitchens, bathrooms, and basements.
Design by ANDREA COLEMAN Photography by MIKE CHAJECKI
Add living plants wherever you can this spring! Be it creating an herb garden in the kitchen window sill or draping your pothos leaf bush across the bookshelf in the living room, plants infuse a sense of natural tranquility and organically brighten up your space.
Design by MICHELLE BERWICK Photography by MIKE CHAJECKI
Infuse a bit of color into your breakfast nook with throw pillows for the window seat and hand-painted kitchen chairs! Look to this gorgeously crafted breakfast alcove by interior Michelle Berwick, who uses a flirty coral pink to brighten up an all-white space. Bonus: building a window seat means adding extra storage with customized cabinetry and drawers!
Design by MELISSA DAVIS Photography by STEPHANI BUCHMAN
Wallpaper is all the rage this season with custom wallpapered headboards in the bedrooms to large-scale murals in kid’s rooms. We love this trend because it’s so easy and versatile! Take note of Melissa Davis’s textured blue paisley pattern in this farmhouse-style kitchen —it adds a perfect touch of color and character to the room.