Connect with nature’s warmest hue to enlighten your mood.

All that glimmers is gold, at least that’s how the saying goes. Now is a great time to incorporate a little glimmer into your life. We’ve looked at resetting your space and rebalancing your space, so let’s look at adding a touch of glamour to your space with hints of gold, charcoal, and black. It’s time to dress up, freshen up your interiors, and get ready for the summer with shimmery metallic tones and glowing rays of light to brighten our spirits.

Mohawk introduced a metallic gold yarn in our Heathered Hues yarn bank, and this lustrous yarn is the perfect tone to brighten up any space with cheer and sophistication.

Gold is also a warm hue, connecting us with nature’s warm palette and reminding us of the sun. Mixed with darker tones, the glint of gold dazzles to elevate our moods and dress up any interior.

We’ve compiled a palette of products that reflect this design principle to help you curate your space.

Recommended products:

Urban Mobility – 961 Gold Line , mellowD – 961 Harmony, chillD – 961 Harmony, Metal – 132 Golden Yellow, Braided Texture – 989 Essence, Secoya – 989 Calaveras



Royce Epstein, Mohawk Group A&D Design Director

Royce Epstein is the A&D Design Director for Mohawk Group.
As the face to A&D, Royce shares her passion and vision for design, cultural trends, and the meaning of materials in a broad context. Her role is to evolve and share Mohawk Group’s Design Vision with the A&D community, and to leverage product design with what A&D desires in the field. Constantly on the watch for new trends in all aspects of design and culture, Royce feeds this insight to all our industry’s touch points.

A veteran materials and product specialist, Royce spent two decades working in A&D firms before working with Mohawk. She was named the 2015 Designer of the Year by Interiors and Sources Magazine, and received a HiP award for Rising Star from Interior Design Magazine at Neocon 2016. Royce lives in Philadelphia where she is active in the design, art, and music scenes. She is a board member of Collab at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.