Recently we looked at some of the color trends making an impact on kitchen and bath design this year. In that post we focused on the use of color in cabinetry as well as the ways in which color trends can be used in combination to help a kitchen feel cohesive. In this post, we'll continue looking at trends as they relate to kitchen design, including some more color considerations, storage trends, and design details.Read More
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A kitchen tile backsplash is often a focal point in the room and complements cabinetry and appliances. A tile backsplash is an architectural element that defines the décor style of a kitchen i.e., contemporary, traditional, transitional. In this post, we'll primarily be looking at tile as it applies to your backsplash, but tile could also used for kitchen flooring and sometimes counter surfaces. The design and material choices you will make are important. It is helpful to work with a kitchen designer because the shape of walls and the size and placement of cabinets, the sink and appliances will impact the design. When planning a tile design for your kitchen remodeling project, there are four primary things to consider.
At the start of each year, there are a slew of articles that highlight interior paint and decor color trends. For those looking to go beyond a paint job this year with a remodel, however, paint color trends don't quite answer the question of what color choices are on trend when it comes to a kitchen or bathroom. Looking at color trends as they apply to a room with cabinetry can give homeowners with an interest is what's current a better idea of what to consider in their home remodel. Here we take a look at the rising trends in the kitchen, bath and home remodels we've completed.Read More
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The master bathrooms is a personal space where we can relax and rejuvenate ourselves. It's also a place that reflects our individual style. Function, aesthetics and personal comfort are important in luxury master bathroom spas, but it’s more important that they be designed around your lifestyle and personal needs. Luckily, creating a luxury bathroom can be achieved by adhering to some basic principles that aren't style specific. Here are the four ideas we have for creating luxury in your master bathroom.