More Than 50 Shades of Gray

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Gray makes friends with a traditional hardwood floor. Credits: beautifuldesignmadesimple.com
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Gray and white unite in an epic bathroom. Credits: beautifuldesignmadesimple.com
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Donna Dwyre. Co-Owner - Cove Carpet One Floor & Home
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To say Gray is en vogue from a popular culture perspective would be an understatement. Forget, for a moment, the popular book, television show, and film with the word -- no matter how it's spelled -- in it, we're talking fall fashion and home décor.

An ideal backdrop tone, gray is becoming a decorator's "alpha color", featuring myriad shades and textures.
 
Bounce some white, brown, beige, or accent colors off gray and the potential is limitless.
 
Don’t be afraid to play with gray in your home. Even if you have more traditional hardwood floors, you can explore the modern world of gray. There are so many shades of gray to choose from that you can find one to match any home.

Founded by Anthony Freda in 1966 on the premise of extreme value, Cove Carpet One Floor & Home has grown to be regarded as a premiere dealer of flooring in the area. His family has continued his tradition of offering excellent products, services and attention to all of Cove’s customers.

Their showroom’s assortment of products innovative in design and fine quality is unsurpassed. Cove travels many markets to bring their customers the finest flooring products made in the industry.

The residential community, designer, realtor, builder and both commercial and property managers have all found a need to be loyal to Cove Carpet One Floor & Home throughout the years. That loyalty is regarded with pride from the owners’ team of siblings and everyone else involved in their company.

Cove Carpet One Floor & Home is located at 335 Springfield Avenue in Summit, NJ. They can be reached by calling 908-988-4674, or online at carpetone.com.

The opinions expressed herein are the writer's alone, and do not reflect the opinions of TAPinto.net or anyone who works for TAPinto.net. TAPinto.net is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by the writer.

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