Dering Hall recently released an article detailing the top 10 design trends for kitchens. We’ve created a round-up of photography from Don Gardner home plans to showcase how homeowners have incorporated these trends into their kitchen design. More and more, the kitchen is becoming a space to display unique craftsmanship and express individuality. From custom ceilings to two-toned cabinetry, these kitchen photos are sure to offer inspiration for your dream kitchen!
The Ambroise Home Plan 1373
We’ve seen double-height ceilings in the great room for years, but vaulted or custom ceilings in the kitchen are becoming more popular. A barrel-vaulted ceiling is a stunning addition to The Ambroise kitchen.
Sherwin-Williams has announced their 2019 Color of the Year!
It’s never too early to start planning ahead if you are building or just redecorating in 2019. Sherwin-Williams has announced their Color of the Year for 2019 as Cavern Clay (SW7701). It’s perfect timing, as this hue is also a great fall color. If you’re not ready commit to a new paint color or even an accent wall, you can still draw inspiration from this earthy shade in your home decor. Cacti and succulents are a huge trend in home decor right now and just planting a few in terracotta pots is a great and subtle way to introduce this warm shade into your home.
Keeping up to date with current house design trends can help you plan your home remodel, select a design for your dream home, or keep your house looking updated with on-demand trends. Below, explore some of the hottest trends in interior and exterior home design to plan a home that feels fresh and contemporary.
Florals are back in style for home design. To keep it modern, stick to simple or neutral color palettes and larger prints. Look for floral wallpaper, floral curtains, floral throw pillows and floral duvets to add a pop of freshness to your home style.
The Home Design Co. interviewed top interior designers to see which decorating trends they plan to leave in 2017 and what they are excited to utilize going into the new year. Ultimately, the most important part of interior design is being true to your personal style. Current trends may introduce you to styles you didn’t know about, and maybe you’ll love them. But unless they make you happy, there’s really no point to being on-trend. Let’s take a look at what the experts are saying is in and what’s out for 2018. Do you agree?
Say goodbye to reclaimed wood, and hello to curved furniture
Okay, not really goodbye. The rustic look isn’t going anywhere and neither is reclaimed wood. But it’s been overdone a bit in recent years so it may be time to scale back and focus on intentional pieces.
Making a comeback is soft fabrics and curved edges. Vintage style furniture is in with velvet fabrics in saturated colors and furniture pieces with curved, instead of hard, edges.
A new year is here and with that comes new color trends!
Are you planning to build, remodel or just redecorate in 2018? Discover what color trends leading professionals are predicting for the Color of the Year! From purple, to red, to a bluish-green, these colors are vastly different. The one thing these color trends all have in common is they are all bold and vibrant. A little goes a long way with these shades, so think accent walls, statement furniture and decor. Which color is your favorite for 2018?
Pantone – Ultra Violet
A dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade, PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future.