Did You Know

The design experts at Tuftex of California recognize the popularity of hard surface floors--hardwoods, tile and stone. Most residential interior designers start the flooring selection process with hard surface first. Then they look for carpet colors that work with and complement the wood, ceramic, and stone selections.

(Why? Because there are far more carpet color choices than wood and tile color options.) The Tuftex color palette has been selected with this in mind. You will find a broader array of mid- and dark-range neutrals, softer sages, and "tinted taupes." Accent colors include burnt sienna and teddy bear chocolate. The Tuftex color lines are broader, richer, and warmer than most collections currently available. These colors coordinate beautifully with stone, ceramic, and rich wood floors.