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.
Board-and-batten meets stone in this modern Ranch design. A front-view kitchen overlooks the porch and an island and L-shaped counter create multiple meal-prep stations. A cozy great room opens to incredible outdoor living, from the rear porch with skylights, to the screened porch with a cathedral ceiling, fireplace and wet bar. The master suite is a spacious retreat and two additional bedrooms, and a bonus room are perfect for children, guests, and a home office.
Modern farmhouse style graces the facade, from the board-and-batten siding to the black frame windows, while an arched portico presents a grand entry with an eye-catching red front door. The great room, kitchen, and dining rooms create an easy flow and a rear screened porch with skylights takes living outdoors. The master suite is a private wing with a tray ceiling, outdoor access, dual walk-in closets and a spacious bathroom. A bedroom/study provides versatility and two additional bedrooms are available. The mud room entry offers convenient storage, along with a pantry, and the utility room is adjoining with a laundry sink and built-in cabinets. A bonus room above the garage meets the homeowners needs for storage or additional square footage.
Conceptual house plan 1526 is a modest one-story with remarkable curb-appeal.
Conceptual Design 1526 is an updated and smaller version of The Oliver home plan 1427. The siding exterior features stone accents while the gables are adorned with board-and-batten and decorative gable brackets. Shutters frame the windows and a metal roof tops the front porch and a front-facing shed dormer. The angled, courtyard-entry garage enhances curb-appeal.