Black & White

There’s just something effortlessly chic about black and white. Perhaps it’s the allure of a neutral palette or the classic beauty of the contrasting tones. Whatever it is, these colors are making a comeback in residential kitchens and bathrooms across the country. Whether it’s all white, all black or a combination of the two, there’s no denying that black and white spaces have taken center stage.

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At-Home Spa Environment

One of the biggest trends we’re happy to see in residential homes is the at-home spa experience. With the right tones, fixtures and lighting you can recreate your favorite meditation room or sauna to enjoy everyday—not just on special occasions. To accomplish this, most people lean toward an all-white design.

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The Crescent Collection boasts beautiful porcelain and ceramic tiles that can be used for both the floor and walls. Add a white ceramic mosaic tile inside your shower for a detailed accent that will impress. Or, if you’re truly looking to step into Nirvana each day, a bathroom lined with floor to ceiling marble promises to transport you there.

To finish the look, add storage to help keep the space free of clutter, a few air-purifying plants and release the calming scents of lavender or jasmine into the air with a diffuser. In no time, you’ll have your at-home escape to unwind in after a long day.

Pops of Color & Play on Pattern

While an all-white room is appealing for some, others long for a pop of color to offset the otherwise neutral surroundings. You can see examples of this in gorgeous mostly white kitchens that utilize an accent wall to add color.

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Again, the Crescent Collection has what you need to make a statement in any room. Our beautiful Treme Cement Tiles offer both color and intricate designs to complement the otherwise neutral surroundings.

White and Grey Stone

According to Elle Decor design contributor, Ariel Okin, “White and grey marble continue to be strong, popular materials into 2019 for bathrooms and kitchens alike. They are classic and timeless, can go from traditional to modern in terms of aesthetics, and are also great for resale. Man-made materials, such as quartz and porcelain tiles that look like natural stones, are also workhorses from a durability perspective and will continue to be popular in the new year.”

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As Okin mentions, you can achieve this look using a variety of materials; marble, quartz, ceramic and porcelain all show off stunning, soft brushes of grey throughout the white floors, counters and walls. Because of the vast number of choices, the Crescent Collection has something for everyone’s budget.

Black Is the New Grey

As mentioned above, the last few years have seen an influx of grey accents throughout kitchens and bathrooms. Though this modern approach is still trending from its original introduction, black is back! The bold designs showcase the sleek appeal of black tiles, counters and accent fixtures mostly in bathroom spaces. For kitchens we’re seeing black utilized with industrial flair that homeowners are loving.

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The bold designs showcase the sleek appeal of black tiles, counters and accent fixtures mostly in bathroom spaces. For kitchens we’re seeing black utilized with industrial flair that homeowners are loving.

Whether you’re designing your home from the ground up or revamping an outdated look, you can’t go wrong with the classic allure of black and white. Contact us today at Triton Stone to see how the Crescent Collection can provide you with the stunning interior beauty you desire.