352 latest kitchen trend Living Design Photos

Diane Bergeron Interiors
Balnarring Beach House
Ideabooks7,160
Questions14
DON'T: Follow trends religiously. Constantly redesigning your space to reflect the latest trends leaves no room to insert your own creativity. It can also be both expensive and exhausting.DO: Design a space
pieces that actually speak to your design aesthetic. In this family room, blue slipcovers and pillow covers allow for versatility when the next cool trend arises.
“roof beams” — gerardinepeter
GoodHome Painting Co.
18 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks4,805
Questions7
I love this. 5. Expose wooden beams. A simple way to incorporate the wood trend is to expose structural wooden beams already present in your home. Instead of painting them or boxing them in, leave them raw or give them a coat of
RAW APPEAL 5. Expose wooden beams. A simple way to incorporate the wood trend is to expose structural wooden beams already present in your home. Instead of painting them or boxing them in, leave them raw or give them a coat of
Expose wooden beams. A simple way to incorporate the wood trend is to expose structural wooden beams already present in your home. Instead of painting them or boxing them in, leave them raw or give them a coat of
Use of Natural Wood Ideas - Expose wooden beams. A simple way to incorporate the wood trend is to expose structural wooden beams already present in your home. Instead of painting them or boxing them in, leave them raw or give them a coat of
“Wood Beam” — ndepeugh
Michelle Miller Interiors
10 Reviews
Michelle Miller Interiors
Ideabooks4,899
Questions14
Chevron Characteristics: Versatile, on trend, bold yet relaxing. Where to use it: In small doses, such as on vases, curtains or pillows. Try a tile or painted accent wall to make a statement. Pairs well with: Almost
Chevron Characteristics: Versatile, on trend, bold yet relaxing. Where to use it: In small doses, such as on vases, curtains or pillows. Try a tile or painted accent wall to make a statement.
ChevronCharacteristics: Versatile, on trend, bold yet relaxing.Where to use it: In small doses, such as on vases, curtains or pillows. Try a tile or painted accent wall to make a statement. Pairs
“Step down next to kitchen bench” — samanthachakraborty
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks66,967
Questions11
A ‘great room’ houses the kitchen, dining room and living room with large, comfortable, built in sofas that double as twin beds for guests. Drawers under the sofas hold children’s toys and a wall of shelves houses books and more. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
Reading room. Are you a serious bookworm? Is your idea of a guilty pleasure to sneak away and read the latest bestseller? Arrange your reading room by genre and include the biggest and most comfortable seating possible. Plan for surface and wall lighting, as
6. Reading roomAre you a serious bookworm? Is your idea of a guilty pleasure to sneak away and read the latest bestseller? Arrange your reading room by genre and include the biggest and most comfortable seating possible. Plan for surface and wall lighting, as
“Sliding ladder and bookshelves” — adrianna_mariee
Designing Solutions
57 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks7,726
Questions9
looking for exactly these chairs. If they reclined, it would be a bonus for my husband. It's not easy to find overstuffed chairs this year due to the trend in stores to be chairs with skinny arms. I've always wanted a classic English overstuffed super comfortable pair of chairs. These don't have the annoying
romantic or a fantasy [YELLOW]History, or a biography [BLACK]Something fun, upbeat and easy to read, like an Emily Griffin novel or a lively TV chef’s latest cookbook [ORANGE]I like books written by stand-up comics for some reason [HOT PINK]Something informative and useful, like a how-to book on saving money
“naslon kao kod nas” — cvrkojlici
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Open Concept Living Space
Ideabooks1,621
Questions3
their outdated apartments for contemporary living. Inside, the living area now extends from the terrace door to the kitchen and an adjoining nook for watching TV. The rear wall of the kitchen isn’t tiled or painted, but covered in boards made of recycled wood fiber, fly ash and cement. A row of fir cabinets
and white-lacquered drawers under the Corian countertops add more contrast. “I now enjoy cooking so much more,” says the homeowner. “The previous kitchen had very little counter space and storage, and very little connection to the rest of the apartment.” “A neutral color scheme allows sculptural objects
2011 Color trend--yellow and gray...nicely done
like how living room is open to kitchen without having to look into the kitchen
“Great color” — ewbsf
The Middleton Group
3 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks4,232
Questions7
I am in the planning stages of kitchen remodel. My kitchen is also a u-shape similar to this one. Love the glass doors in upper cabinets!
I am doing kitchen layout for my home, and there should be an aisle in-front of m fridge so I need to know what is the comfortable aisle width.
Is peninsula with upper cabinets still the "trend"?
Great Reno idea for 1970's kitchen
Kitchen and fridge placement simat to my layout
placing the ref rig out the kitchen
The glass exterior doors lead directly into this cozy living room, which is open to the kitchen. The rooms' being open to each other makes them feel much larger than they are. The hanging ribbed-glass cabinets have an antique look, reflect the light and provide space for storing and displaying collections
“Similar” — mhkearney
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
Ideabooks5,759
Questions9
in a bit of glitz for a modern twist on the pastel trend. The subtle flash of gold leaf on the inside of this lampshade is just enough to toughen up the space and prevent it feeling too sugary sweet.
Work in some pastelsPastels are bang on trend in the interiors world this spring and they really
furniture shapes. Or try pastels mixed with a tiny splash of neon colour or small touches of copper or gold. Which neatly moves us on to the next trend
“Floor” — igor1986
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