Last, but not least, we’re highlighting warm stone looks.
Stone looks are a great way to add natural allure and texture to a space. And with the general warming up of color palettes over the past few years, it’s no surprise that stone looks are also heating up in color.
Let’s take a look at some examples of this 2022 trend.
(Almost) Back-to-Basics Beige Tile
This bedroom tile almost had us fooled into thinking it was straightforward beige, but then we noticed the ever-so-slight veining. The subtle style contributes to the bathroom’s warm and fresh “washed in sunlight” look.
Caramel Swirl Stone-Look Tile
The caramel veining on this floor is exactly what comes to mind when we think of warm stone-look ceramic tile. Imagine getting lost in this soothing design while soaking in the tub.
[Related: Back to Nature: Ceramic Tile in Earth Tones]
Warm Stone-Look Mosaic Tile
Stone looks lend themselves to tile mosaics, as well. This wall tile combines a warm, earthy tone with a playful diamond design that creates a 3D illusion. If you ask us, this combo strikes the perfect balance: both down-to-earth and off-the-wall!
Warm Concrete Looks
Concrete-look tile may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of stone looks, but they are quite popular these days, especially for industrial projects such as a warehouse-turned-residence, or a factory being reimagined into a boutique hotel. Warmer concrete looks — beige and espresso, for instance — help avoid the cold, stark feeling you might get with large expanses of cool-toned grays.
[Related: Tile Trend Ideas: Industrial Chic Tile]
Warm Slate-Look Tile
Warm Gray Stone-Look Tile
Grays can have either cool undertones (such as blue) or warm undertones (such as yellow and brown). Warm grays, as with this floor-to-ceiling tile, are often called “greige” — a combination of “gray” and “beige.”
Warm Up Your Home With Stone-Look Tile
In our opinion, warm stone-look tile is the perfect choice to warm up your home (and your heart). Admire even more warm stone ideas on our Pinterest board.
However, before you make your final decision for your next home project, be sure to revisit our other 2022 tile trends. One of the following up-and-coming tile styles may be the perfect update to your home.
Are you part of the tile and stone industry? Come see more warm stone-look tile on display next week at Coverings 2022 from April 5 to 8 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Planning on using warm stone looks in your own home? Share your project with us on Instagram using #WhyTileStyle!