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Timeless and Versatile

First Light

Capture the fresh and gentle warmth of a November sunrise with a fall-inspired collection of tonal colors to both comfort and uplift. All are featured in our Color of the Year 2021 Trend Card; a radiant white, natural linen and subtle peachy neutral working in harmony with spiced orange and cinnamon hues. Shifting from light to dark, this month’s palette works perfectly in just about any space!

Peace of

Optimize natural light in living rooms with Fresh Linen and Nilla Vanilla. Achieving a warm subtle glow, this classic pairing is the perfect scheme for adding accents of color and your personal style through furniture, textiles and décor.

Cozy living room with warm white walls

Whether used in tonal combinations from light to dark for an easy to achieve kids’ wall mural, or as standalone shades in a guestroom, this month’s palette of fall-inspired hues can be easily adapted to fit your personal style and can be enjoyed long after the fall season.

kids room with rainbow mural in fall colors
Warm guest bedroom

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Opting for the palette’s richer hues, the shaded warmth of both Peace of Mind and Caramel Candy make these ideal for creating comforting spaces for eating and sleeping.

Here, a bedroom in Peace of Mind becomes cozy and cocooning. This elegant dining room is designed to invite in deep Caramel Candy. The addition of darker woods and natural décor amplifies a warm and welcoming mood.

Dark warm tone bedroom with warm sunlight
Darker wam tone dining room
Light cream front door

For an elegant exterior, why not try warm neutral Kingdom’s Keys and refresh the façade of your home? With a subtle peach undertone, this warm neutral pairs beautifully with rustic accessories and wild meadow flowers. Finish with doors, frames, and panels in Nilla Vanilla for a fresh highlight.

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Hurricane Ian Store Closures

The safety of our employees and customers is our first priority. In preparation for the arrival of Hurricane Ian, our Fort Myers, Naples, Tampa, St. Pete, Sarasota, West Bradenton, East Bradenton, Clearwater, Hudson, Wesley Chapel, Brandon, Ocala, Villages, Winter Garden, Oviedo, Osceola, Orlando area, Melbourne, and Daytona stores will be closed Wednesday, Sept 28, 2022, and most likely on Thursday, Sept 29th as well. Our Jacksonville area stores will be open until 12:00pm on Wednesday.

We will continue to monitor the storm’s progress and keep you updated with our closing schedule for the rest of our stores.