Design and Culture: It’s Getting Warm in Here

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Whether you’re doing a remodel or building a new home, we’ve got you on the current trends – and it’s getting warm in here. Coastal trends will always have a touch of those cool tones but grey is making its way to the background as warm tones make it to the forefront of Coastal Design.

This transition from greys to warm tones has been seen in hardware especially over the last few years as Honey Bronze, Satin Bronze, Champagne Bronze, and Brass hardware has become increasingly popular. The countertop industry is answering the call with new quartz colors utilizing those warm tones in exciting and fresh designs. Beckington, Everleigh, Berkshire Brass, Misterio Gold, Sonoma, and Shelbourne are a few of the designs released within the last year. Shelbourne is one of my favorites as it has a soft white background with a warm pattern and the texture is a beautiful matte finish, perfect for a coastal home.
The current colors and stains of cabinetry are moving in a direction that accentuates these warm tones. A white monochromatic kitchen may cease to exist in a few years! As white will always be a strong cabinet color, dark colors and warm woods are making their way into the islands, shelving, and other areas where the white is becoming the accent. Dark Greys, Greens, and blues are beautiful with warm woods, warm hardware, and countertops with accents of warm tones, creating a cozy, coastal space. Sherwin Williams colors Cast Iron, Rock Bottom, Gale Force, and Cyberspace are captivating colors to get this look, all available from DuraSupreme Cabinetry.

This stunning kitchen remodel is by Tassels Interiors in Panama City Beach, and it is so Coastal Cozy. The color of the walls and upper cabinetry is Sherwin Williams Snowbound, the lower cabinetry is Sherwin Williams Gale Force, and the shelving is birch wood in the Fruitwood stain. The cabinetry was custom-built locally. The countertops are Beckington Quartz by Cambria and the tile backsplash is Emser’s Omni White Glossy Mosaic Picket. I love the mix of hardware here with a matte black faucet and satin nickel cabinet pulls combined with the touch of the warm window treatment and the shelving. If you are looking for an interior designer to assist you with your project, Tassels interiors has been in Panama City Beach creating beautiful spaces for over 20 years. Their Showroom is located at 12017 Panama City Beach Parkway in the Lyndell Shopping Plaza.

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