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Tanner Vine - 2Go Custom Kitchens Inc
unifying color will read clean, polished and organized.I love scouring the web for ideas and inspiration for extra motivation. When you do so, notice trends and themes and how bookshelves are being styled.
Alex Amend Photography
Teen Only Hang Out Room by Em Design Interiors
Border with neon washi tape Not only is this shelving unit multipurpose, with its built-in storage and desk area, it’s also bang on trend for a teen, with its red backing and washi-taped front. Best of all, the tape could be swapped for a different colour before you could say The Complete
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
Trend twist: Gold and ivory harlequin floors. Instead of the usual black and white harlequin, the floor at the ball in the film was a striking oversize gold and ivory pattern.
dock, but floating built-ins, beautiful wood panels, and tubular chairs and finishes give it a rich look. More: Warm and Seductive Loft in Milan Trends That Won't Die: Industrial Elements A Little Sparkle, a Little Shine Great Ways With Silver Leaf
Modern bathroom remodel San Francisco
Red tile can make a strong design and trend statement in your bathroom or kitchen. If you fear you'll tire of it in future years, incorporate it strategically in accents, as shown here. You don't
Studio William Hefner
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
a marble backsplash designed almost like a headboard, while the door frame stands tall and sophisticated with a marble trim. The best part of this trend? When marble is used in smaller doses, it’s much easier on the budget.
Ana Williamson Architect
Cloud Street Residence
Pick a paint shadeWooden cladding can be painted any colour that pleases your eye. This Californian home has been treated to an on-trend dark grey exterior punctuated with a zingy lime green door.
Hill Country Residence
6. Go big with a glass backsplash. The trend for kitchen backslashes is to go taller and wider — as in this space. Glass in particular is great when you’re using a backsplash to create texture, as its smooth, slightly transparent surface complements both industrial and natural materials, infusing the