There is one trend that we can't ignore right now: Two tone kitchens! Whether you love them or hate them, we have to talk about ways to make this growing kitchen trend work in your home.
We talked about gray last month and showed you why it's our favorite neutral to work with in the kitchen to create a calm space that will stand the test of time. This month, we are focusing on BOLD kitchen design! Kitchens are no longer just a functional space; instead, kitchens are often the centerpiece of your home design concept, and of course, the heart of the home. Let's take a look at a few bold designs featuring high-contrast decor and the color black.
Marble has always been one of our favorite surfaces and we love seeing it turned into a design centerpiece! Here are a few marble designs- modern to traditional- that are inspiring us right now. Whether you're looking for a simple clean surface for your space, or a bold statement to anchor your design, marble can provide exactly what you're looking for.
We love the start of a new year, because that means it's time to reflect on the previous year and refresh ourselves for the year ahead. This includes everything from our wardrobes, to our personal routine, and even our design choices at home! As we look around for inspiration in the new year, let's take a look at the upcoming top kitchen trends for 2018.
We love the look of a classic marble countertop, but it's challenging to know where to begin when deciding if marble is the right choice for your kitchen remodel! Marble can be a great choice if you're looking for something that is elegant, bright, and adds character to your kitchen. Marble, namely Carrara marble, can be a great value stone for your money, but many people shy away from marble because of the upkeep that is associated with this surface. Well, it's only half true and we'll tell you why!
Modern, contemporary, rustic, traditional...how do you know which style to choose for your next home renovation or space remodel? What if you want to combine two styles?
Of course we love marble countertops and know that most people are immediately drawn to one style of marble over another, but how do you choose all of the other surfaces in your kitchen to complement your marble countertops?