Key Features

Color Palette

Grays, taupe, whites, pop of color

Decor

Simple, sharp & clean lines, orderly, lack of moldings, emphasis on shape, color & texture, spacious rooms, "less is more", comfort, geometric shapes, asymmetric, modern art

Materials

Wood floors with minimal grain, oversized tile with rectified edges, stone, recycled/sustainable products, neutral colored leather, stainless steel or chrome, quartz counter tops, concrete, functional window coverings with black out options

Lifestyle

Tech-innovations/spaces, smart homes, flexibility, functionality, work from home, in-house gym, millennial, environmental concerns, minimal care & maintenance, home is a social hub, small multi-functional spaces, highly organized

Design Styles

Contemporary, Mid-Century, Japanese, Mission, Art Deco, Shaker, Urban

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Blog: The RDS Corner

Tile in Every Shape and Size!
by Lisa
September 2, 2017
Today’s consumer has more choices in tile size, shape and pattern, than ever before. Selecting the best size for the location in your new home is key.
Shades of Gray
by Alischa
September 28, 2017
Many home buyers are creating their own retreat. Using tone on tone grays with "pops" of white in an interior design will result in a soothing, but interesting design. Featuring Bedrosians and DalTile products.
Cool or Classic – Subway Tile
by Crysta
April 30, 2019
What is your first thought when you see subway tile? Do you think, “Oh! I love it!” or “Ugh, another home with subway tile!”