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Lovely creamy white kitchen design with shaker kitchen cabinets painted Benjamin Moore White Dove, Kashmir White Granite counter tops, polished nickel modern faucet and Vetro Neutra Listello Sfalsato Glass Mosaic- Bianco tiles backsplash. Nature-Inspired Palette The owners of this contemporary kitchen decided to use large panels of soft green glass as a backsplash because it reflects the leafy views outside. Zebrawood laminate cabinetry and beige-flecked concrete countertops complete the earthy look. A perfect balance in this kitchen, styles blend seamlessly and modern elements, such as bentwood stools and stainless-steel appliances, look right at home amidst classic crown moldings and a marble-topped island. The first step toward creating this stunning contemporary-meets-classic kitchen was removing walls that separated the kitchen from the rest of the home. The open layout looks modern, while decor and accessories hint at the home’s historic past. Translucent tile Consisting of slender glass tile in creamy hues and stone tiles in coppery shades, the radiant translucence of this mosaic backsplash adds depth to the kitchen. A neutral color palette such as this one can warm up a sleek, contemporary space. The trendy narrow tiles maintain a modern vibe. Splashy backsplash eye-catching stacked pebbles fit with the natural lakeside style of this kitchen and also protect the wall at the beverage center from errant splashes. The homeowners opted not to grout the stones so they would appear more natural.
Shimmer and shine coupled with stainless-steel appliances, the glass tile backsplash maintains a cool veneer in this traditional white kitchen. The reflective quality of the sage green tile helps blur the line between the modern appliances and traditional off-white cabinetry and espresso-color wood floors.
Outlets hidden under cabinets so they don’t mess up the backsplash.
Country Revival In this bathroom, a pair of weathered wooden cabinets lends traditional country style and plenty of storage capacity. Outfitting your bathroom with recycled and repurposed components makes sense environmentally, and it allows you to create a look uniquely yours. An antique Asian altar table functions as a focal point in this open and airy bathroom. A crisp white vessel sink atop the unit preserves the limited drawer space below, which would have been swallowed up by other sink models. A buffing of paste wax once a month keeps water rolling off the weathered wooden surface of the table. French Impression Inspired by ornately carved 19th-century designs, this cabinetry sports a decorative paint treatment that mimics the look of weathered wood. The marble countertop and gold mirror frame blend well with the vanity’s dramatic design. Brushed gold accents throughout the room, such as the faucet and wall sconces, also blend with the vanity’s antique character. Love the “hutch” at end of tub. Great use of a big wall versus the typical towel bar. I love the idea of shelving and cabinetry, nice bead board on the wall of the tub. Create a comfortable, nature inspired feel with the natural stone, and a nice brown color palette. Don’t you LOVE the curved/barrel ceiling in the shower? A bench is a MUST in a shower, great for shaving legs and scrubbing toes! Take backsplash tile in the bathroom all the way up to the ceiling to create a beautiful accent wall. A small band of glass tile is a pretty AND cost-effective backsplash for a bathroom. This also takes the “builder look” out of the bathroom. Put the tub in the shower! Kids can splash and swim as much as they want! Brilliant idea for adults too. Take a bubble bath and shower off at the end. Just step out of the tub and shower off! This almost-yellow shade of green is just enough color to add a signature style to this calming bath. The same striated tile is used from ceiling to floor for a continuous block of sandy brown color. A creamy tone was chosen for the lacquered vanities, as a pure white would have been too stark to pair with the other soothing tones. Light blue walls set the stage for a trendy brown-and-blue color scheme that showcases an espresso-stained vanity and a romantic brown paisley shower curtain. The dark browns are balanced by a white subway-tile shower surround and beaded-board wainscoting atop a basket-weave tiled floor in taupe, brown, and white. Silvertone fixtures and hardware add a subtle gleam to the mix. Steel blue and chocolate brown despite the hard edges and geometric shapes, this contemporary bath exudes an organic vibe with a colorpalette straight from mother nature. Mosaic tiles create a grid of browns and beiges, with a focal-point border motif of mottled blues on the back wall of the shower surround. The shower floor is tiled in a river-rock pattern that quietly breaks free of the grid. Green accessories would make lush companions to the browns and blues, as evidenced by the arrangement at the edge of the tub. Create an old world look with natural stone. White carrera marble has an elegant and classical with a very calming tranquil effect. This bathroom is all about simplicity, with the tiled vanity wall offering a textural counterpoint to the marble flooring and wall of windows. The vanity is reduced to a straight line of flat-front wooden drawers that benefit from a dark, warm wood grain. Floating the drawers above the floor emphasizes the gravity-defying vanity as a focal point. High Contrast Decorating with white and other light neutrals is a surefire way to expand the look of a small bathroom, but sometimes the lack of color leaves the space feeling washed out and cold. This nearly all-white bathroom benefits from a dark wood vanity topped with a marble countertop. A panel of shallow drawers between the two sink areas provides varied storage for bathroom necessities. Inspired by the idea of converting furniture into vanity, this bathroom combines a thick marble countertop and integrated sinks with clean-lined storage units below. The result is a sophisticated, glamorous look. The marble is repeated along another wall and in the shower surround, which lends cohesion to the space. The combination of stone and wood, along with glitzy chrome accents, gives this bathroom a highly-styled look. This bathroom cabinetry is elegant and modern with brushed-metal pulls and handles lending subtle variations to the crisp white cabinetry surfaces. A slender cabinet outfitted with a frosted-glass panel stretches all the way up to the ceiling, which helps the airy unit look sturdy. Combine utilitarian and rough-hewn for an of-the-moment look. Both industrial and rustic decor imbue a utilitarian feel — industrial style takes its inspiration from machinery and rustic elements are drawn from rural settings. Get the look by using metals and woods with worn finishes, clean-lined furnishings, and plenty of chic gray. In this bathroom, a symmetrically balanced arrangement of sinks, mirrors, and cabinetry looks graceful and elegant, formal but not fussy. The cabinetry features exposed legs, which gives it the appearance of freestanding furniture. The central storage unit separating the two sink areas features an arrangement of cabinets and drawers that can hold hand towels, hair dryers, toiletries, and more.
Mixing dark and light colors was one trend that our readers couldn’t get enough of this year. The walls in this bedroom are pretty dark, but the white and yellow accents keep it from becoming dreary. The large windows and furniture placement keep the room open and bright, while metallic table lamps and a starburst mirror add glamour. This room has such an peaceful feel — you relax just looking at the photograph. The robin’s-egg blue wall color feels fresh and soft, and the designer gave it a bit of life with deeper blues and beiges. You’ll find your bedroom beckons to you to linger longer in the morning and retire earlier at night when you make the space about more than just sleeping. Pair a chair or two with a side table to create a cozy reading spot. To make overnight guests feel welcome, provide the amenities that will let them make the space their own during their stay. Line the bed with pillows of varying firmness so guests can choose at least one that’s to their liking, and drape the foot of the bed with an extra blanket in case a guest is chilly. It’s the little courtesies that make a guest feel at home.
Nice use of earth tones for a very traditional casual feel. The zigzag pattern of chevron has a fresh edge and will bring a crisp look to any space. It’s a popular pick for decor, but if you want to try something even more daring, go with a different interpretation of chevron such as flame stitch and more abstract takes. Chevron has paved the way for more geometric patterns, such as the Greek key, to rise within the world of trendy decor, so keep other geometric patterns on your radar as you decorate. Neutral furnishings are wonderful for a traditional living room, but keeping them from looking bland is crucial. A jute rug like this adds texture and depth to a sea of creamy tones. Those with a modern aesthetic often complain about the appearance of today’s toys. The drawers that flank the fireplace in this image are a great solution. They are just the right height for children and are deep enough for even the bulkiest of plastic toys. Add colorful, personalized art. These framed silhouettes in poppin’ colors make me think the people who live here have fun personalities.
Use tile to make an entryway rug. Now THIS is how you do a laundry room! Tabletop for folding, simple cabinets to hide stuff, and a tv for watching while folding! Creating a workspace for two can be tricky, but this extra-long countertop provides both parties with plenty of room. Grass cloth bulletin boards with metal initials on top even divide inspiration space.
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