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In order to truly fathom San Francisco stone & tile trends one might need to have superpowers not necessarily vested in stone and tile vendors. That said, like all trends, these will come and go outside of our realm of influence. However, there is one thing that is for sure. The San Francisco real estate market will be a major influence. Take a look below at a study from Zillow placing Los Angeles as the richest market in the country and San Jose at seven. While San Francisco is not here, our point is the hyper-velocity of the California market in general.

San Francisco Stone & Tile Trends

However, there is more to consider and that is the arrival of a new generation as described here: “’We’re on the other side of the housing recovery, and the real-estate market looks quite different than it did 15 or even five years ago,” said Zillow chief economist Svenja Gudell. “We have a huge generation entering the market. They really want to be homeowners, and they’re faced with an inventory crisis that leaves them with few options.”

San Francisco Stone & Tile Trends

Given all these real estate market realities, it is even more important than ever for Stone & Tile buyers to make good solid choices when it comes to their home finishes. In any design plan, there are items, such as paint & wallpaper, that can obviously be swapped as trends come and go. Stone & Tile, on the other hand, are solid durables that, when  properly selected, become a true investment. This is highly germane for a generation of homeowners about to make a big step and for high-end homeowners in general. It is a point we strive to make to all the clients in our San Francisco showroom interactions.

San Francisco Stone & Tile Trends

San Francisco Stone & Tile Trends will come and go but a few Country Floors elements will always have their moment in the proverbial design sun. We have added imagery of two of them in this post. Our Antiqued Tile Collection is in the middle of the post above and classic Portuguese Blue Tile is immediately above. Thanks for reading.