White and wood kitchens are a unique, but appreciated twist on a completely white kitchen. It’s ideal for the homeowner who desires a crisp and clean design, with a touch of warmth to create the perfect balance.
This brushed-gold finish is becoming increasingly popular in homes’ kitchens, bathrooms and living rooms and for good reason. Bold in color but not overbearing, the versatile finish is perfect for various designs including traditional, modern and contemporary. Bonus: the matte finish doesn’t pick up any water spots or fingerprints!
We’ve touched on functional laundry rooms in a previous post, but they're still one trend worth mentioning again. Functional laundry rooms equipped with a folding area, ironing board, built-in storage and other key features, make the chore ten times easier.
Eye-catching entryways are all the rage in new homes lately. With chandelier lighting, a coffered or high ceiling or statement piece near the front door, this look can easily be achieved by many.
Bathrooms with an outdoor retreat feel are on the rise and we can completely understand why. Most nature lovers find the outdoors peaceful and tranquil, so why not incorporate that feeling into your bathroom? Some ways home owners are doing so are adding stone to their bathroom design, installing glass shower doors and using a skylight.
Whereas kitchens used to only be used for cooking, today’s kitchen have become centralized hubs for family and friends. Open floorplan kitchens are becoming more popular and serving multiple purposes in households. Kitchen islands double as breakfast bars and homework stations for kids. Wet bars/wine racks to entertain guests and coffee stations to aid early morning routines are more common. Functionality is key for this trend!