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Kitchen & Bath Cabinet Trends 2016

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Raised Panel Kitchen Cabinets by Windsor Smith, Veranda
Raised Panel Kitchen Cabinets by Windsor Smith, Veranda

Sifting through the maze of product offerings for your kitchen or bath renovation can be just as overwhelming as finding finding professional help to complete the project. According to a recent Houzz Survey it is most challenging for Millennials and younger Baby Boomers. Staying on budget is a close second.

Kitchen and bath cabinets are a significant design element and a serious hit to your overall renovation budget, so avoiding a mistake here will ensure staying on target financially with the entire project. The best decisions are informed decisions. Knowing what kitchen and bath cabinet styles to choose will keep your renovation looking modern and fresh for many years. The following trends are based on a summary of purchase volumes within the United States and if followed will keep your kitchen or bath looking stylish and enjoyable.

Frameless Flat Panel Kitchen Cabinets by Martyn Lawrence, AD
Frameless Flat Panel Kitchen Cabinets by Martyn Lawrence, AD

Kitchen Cabinets – Type of Cabinet Frame

  1. Frameless (European Style)
  2. Face-framed (Traditional Style)
  3. Other

Kitchen Cabinets-Type of Door

  1. Wood finish, raised panel in frame
  2. Wood finish, flat panel in frame
  3. Glass panel in wood frame
  4. Laminate with raised panel look
  5. Wood finish, flat panel with no frame
  6. Laminate finish, flat panel with no frame
  7. Other
Raised Panel Bath Cabinetry by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, DecorPad
Raised Panel Bath Cabinetry by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, DecorPad

Bath or Vanity Cabinets – Type of Cabinet Frame

  1. Frameless (European Style)
  2. Face-framed (Traditional Style)
  3. Other

Bath or Vanity Cabinets – Type of Door

  1. Wood finish, raised panel in frame
  2. Wood finish, flat panel in frame
  3. Glass panel in wood frame
  4. Laminate with raised panel look
  5. Wood finish, flat panel with no frame
  6. Laminate finish, flat panel with no frame
  7. Other
Raised Panel Cabinetry by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, ElleDecor
Raised Panel Cabinetry by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, ElleDecor

The best renovation projects take on a classic and timeless look driven by great decisions based on a combination of modern trends, personal style and purchasing the best product lines within your budget.

Flat Panel Master Bath Cabinets by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, AF
Flat Panel Master Bath Cabinets by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, AF

In summary, although European style cabinet frames are leading kitchen and bath renovation choices, traditional styles will continue to be a popular choice with wood finish, raised panels in frames more popular than flat panels in frame.

Choose wisely and enjoy the process in making your house your home.

Source: Home Innovation 

 


Designer Accessory Trends: Tray Chic

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Lovely Family Room with Decorative Tray displaying books and fresh flowers. Designed by Lonni Paul Design
Lovely Family Room with Decorative Tray displaying books and fresh flowers. Lonni Paul Design

Trays are chic and retailers are paying attention to this trend. Originally designed for functional purposes used for carrying, holding or displaying articles, trays have taken on an entirely new look and feel. They have become an inspiring design element that easily adorns a room with a finishing touch, like jewelry, the last piece added and the first thing noticed upon entering a room. The tray makes everything else in the room look better.

A great looking tray begins with considering its surroundings. Your decorating style should drive your choice of tray. There are so many to choose from-

Kennan Leather Tray Set, Kravet
Kennan Leather Tray Set, Kravet
Charles Hide Tray Set, Kravet
Charles Hide Tray Set, Kravet
Wyatt Hide Tray, Gray, Kravet
Wyatt Hide Tray, Gray, Kravet

 

 

 

 

 

Breakfast Banquette with Tray Displaying Fresh Flowers, Lonni Paul Design
Breakfast Banquette with Tray Displaying Fresh Flowers, Lonni Paul Design

The tray style above highlights the casual atmosphere, offers a nice contrast in finishes and dresses the table in an inviting way. Speaking of finishes, make sure that the finish connects the rooms design elements.

Single Strip Tray, One Kings Lane
Single Strip Tray, One Kings Lane
Mizner Tray, Gold Finish, One Kings Lane
Mizner Tray, Gold Finish, One Kings Lane
Wood Spencer Tray with Black Trim, One Kings Lane
Wood Spencer Tray with Black Trim, One Kings Lane

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tray chic also takes into consideration size (or scale) and shape of the tray. It should fit proportionally the piece of furniture that displays it.

Breakfast Room with Tray Resting on Tufted Ottoman, Lonni Paul Design
Breakfast Room with Tray Resting on Tufted Ottoman, Lonni Paul Design
Chevron Blue Tray, One Kings Lane
Chevron Blue Tray, One Kings Lane
Anchor Mirrored Tray, One Kings Lane
Anchor Mirrored Tray, One Kings Lane
Gold Mink Thierry Tray, One Kings Lane
Gold Mink Thierry Tray, One Kings Lane

 

 

 

 

Now the fun begins by topping your tray with a few of your favorite things. Guided by function and beauty remember to treat it like jewelry, the finishing touch that your room deserves!

Sutton Tray, Navy, Kravet
Sutton Tray, Navy, Kravet
Sutton Tray, Gray, Kravet
Sutton Tray, Gray, Kravet
Sutton Tray, Red, Kravet
Sutton Tray, Red, Kravet

 

 

 

 

Please visit One Kings Lane or Kravet.com to view a full selection of chic trays!

 

 


Fall Design Trends

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Fall Design, Napa Nook by Kravet
Fall Design, Napa Nook by Kravet

Summer is fading away and fall design trends are in the air, stirring up ideas that will make the transition from summer to fall a little easier.

Color should be the first consideration for bringing fall into your home decor. Getting this right the first time is possible if you take into consideration your existing furnishings and fabrics that will remain in the room. Color trends also should be considered when updating your color for fall and how the trends can be adapted to complement your space. Tweak the color trends to fit your taste and style.

Living Room with Mixed Patterns by Kravet
Living Room with Mixed Patterns by Kravet

A beautiful mix of pattern and color. Walls, furnishings, accessories and flooring combine to make a statement of design unity.

Bringing your own personality into your color plan makes the room your own to enjoy for years to come. Don’t be afraid to go bold if that fits your style and your existing furnishings.

Sherwin Williams describes their 2016 Color Forecast as being inspired by taking the best of everything life has to offer and indulging in the moment. Passionate pursuit. Fresh mindfulness. Vintage workmanship. Social engagement. Technology and materials. As if every area of life and living was taken into consideration with this forecast there is something for everyone and every palette, beautiful and inspiring hues.

Gray Area, SW-7052
Gray Area, SW-7052
Urbane Bronze, SW-7048
Urbane Bronze, SW-7048
Tansy Green, SW-6424
Tansy Green, SW-6424

 

 

 

 

 

Crabby Apple, SW-7592
Crabby Apple, SW-7592
Different Gold, SW-6396
Different Gold, SW-6396
Van Dyke Brown, SW-7041
Van Dyke Brown, SW-7041

 

 

 

 

 

Sherwin Williams-7041 Walls by Carolyn Rebuffell Designs

Sherwin Williams-7041 Walls by Carolyn Rebuffell Designs

One of my favorites shown above is Van Dyke Brown, SW-7041, it creates a warm and inviting feel in this room.

Secondly, textiles and patterns can add substance and a custom designer look to fall design, adding that needed personality and energy to the room. Pattern brings color and design through paint, flooring, window treatments, furniture and accessories.

Pattern& Textiles by Kravet

Pattern & Textiles by Kravet

Patterned sofa pillows against a solid fabric adds excitement to your space.

Reading Nook with Woven Pattern by Kravet
Reading Nook with Woven Pattern by Kravet

Love the pattern woven into this fabric, it creates visual interest in a neutral color theme.

Textile Pattern by Kravet
Textile Pattern by Kravet

A variety of textile and flooring and furniture patterns makes this room stand out with personality and charm.

Color, pattern, furnishings, flooring and decorative accents all play a part in transitioning your home for fall, enjoy incorporating a few of these trends for your home!

Source: Indianapolis Recorder

Source: Kravet

 

 

 

 


Decorator Show House Winners

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Bold and glamorous color, wallcoverings, lush textiles and mixed patterns run a common thread through the annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House offerings. A true winner at showcasing the creative talents of top designers to benefit the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club.

Study each space, examine the layers of design and the magnificent attention to detail and leave this post truly inspired enough to tackle your own design project.

Romantic Dining Room by Mark D. Sikes

Romantic Dining Room by Mark D. Sikes ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Italian inspired romantic dining room boasts red gingham and rattan from designer Mark D. Sikes Soane Collection.

Elliptical Stairwell by Philip Mitchell Design ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator SH
Elliptical Stairwell by Philip Mitchell Design ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Elliptical stairwell transformed into an art gallery showcasing nearly 300 works of art from fine art to flea market finds.

Restful Retreat by David Phoenix Interior Design ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator SH
Restful Retreat by David Phoenix Interior Design ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Beautiful blend  of neutrals create a restful retreat. Metallic paper on ceiling, upholstered walls add glamour to this bedroom.

European Living Room by Branca ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator SH
European Living Room by Branca ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Striped voile on the walls and original stone mantel bring timeless and classic appeal to this living room.

Modern Lounge by Bennett Leifer Interiors ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator SH
Modern Lounge by Bennett Leifer Interiors ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Modern lounge showcases Japanese style wallpaper, custom-made silk carpet and rock-crystal pendant lighting.

Rugged & Relaxed Retreat by Alan Tanksley ~
Rugged & Relaxed Retreat by Alan Tanksley ~2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Sophisticated, rugged and relaxed retreat with walnut trim and Kravet grass-cloth walls.

Ocean Blue Lounge by Pavarini Design ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House
Ocean Blue Lounge by Pavarini Design ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Silvered travertine brings focus to this modern lounge with ocean-blue walls.

Indian Inspired Bedroom by Cathy Kincaid Interiors ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House
Indian Inspired Bedroom by Cathy Kincaid Interiors ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Bone-inlaid canopy bed, hand-blocked wallpaper and custom embroidered panels set this exquisite room apart.

Study by Thom Filicia ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House
Study by Thom Filicia ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Silvery and black tones give this study a calming effect with neutral, rich patterns.

Small Lounge by Tilton Fenwick ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House
Small Lounge by Tilton Fenwick ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Small lounge finished in a Moghul-mod inspired theme with wallpapered walls.

Sophisticated Bath by Peter J. Sinnott IV ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House
Sophisticated Bath by Peter J. Sinnott IV ~ 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

Neutral palette showcases custom blue cabinetry, Tiger marble floor tiles, Carrara-marble wainscot and a faux grass-cloth wall covering.

Well done 2015 Kips Bay Decorator Show House team of talented designers! You have inspired the world and for a great cause, the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club.

To view the entire showcase please visit Architectural Digest.

Photography Credit: Rafael Quirendongo


Inspired Design: Southern Kitchens

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Southern Kitchen Showcases Subway Tiles by Jeannette Whitson
Southern Kitchen Showcases Subway Tiles by Jeannette Whitson

At the heart of southern interior design is the kitchen. It portrays the heart of the home and on behalf of the women and mothers who serve their families, it portrays a labor of love.

Southern Kitchen with Shaker Style Cabinets and Soapstone Counters by Ramsay Gourd
Southern Kitchen~Shaker Cabinets, Soapstone Counters by Ramsay Gourd

With each holiday as meals are planned and families gather my thoughts go back to my family holidays that I experienced as a child. My mother always planned a feast of a menu and for a day we were able to enjoy one another and the traditional southern dishes prepared by her with love and much labor. We were a family of ten.

Southern Kitchen with Woven Hanging Lighting by Kay Douglass
Southern Kitchen with Woven Hanging Lighting by Kay Douglass

What I learned growing up is that the size of the kitchen was not as important as the efficiency of the kitchen. I come from humble means and our kitchen was smaller than the average size master bath.

Southern Farmhouse Kitchen by Kari McCabe
Southern Farmhouse Kitchen by Kari McCabe

Southern is a term of endearment as it represents a love for those closest to our hearts and a willingness to serve on them everyday; what we call being a ‘blessing.’ So for today and all the future holiday meals I want to honor all women who have determined to be a ‘blessing’ to those they love and the families they serve.

This is at the heart of a southern kitchen.

For more kitchen inspiration please visit House Beautiful.

Southern Kitchen, Nautical Style by Gary McBournie
Southern Kitchen, Nautical Style by Gary McBournie

Flooring Trends 2016

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Grand Living Room with Elegant Flooring, Doug Larson Architect
Grand Living Room with Elegant Flooring, Doug Larson Architect

Flooring trends have been impacted by eco-friendly initiatives that help create healthier homes. A survey conducted by Houzz entitled How Healthy is Your Home concludes that improving our home environment “is the next frontier in home renovation.”

Flooring products that keep both environmental and human safety in mind is becoming a natural consideration in choosing design elements for home renovation projects. Choosing reclaimed lumber for instance, will add character and personality to your flooring while conserving natural resources.

Open Great Room by Victoria Hagan
Open Great Room by Victoria Hagan

Hardwood flooring trends have birthed a variety of offerings that allow for the incorporation of individual style with more finish options than ever before. Wider and longer planks are the preference today. Whereas older homes boasts 2-1/4″ to 3-1/2″ wide planks, 5″-7″ wide planks have been found to visually open up a room while longer planks create a cleaner, smoother finish.

Heart Pine, Latte Finish, Authentic Pine Floors
Heart Pine, Latte Finish, Authentic Pine Floors
Reclaimed Oak, Tin Roof Finish, Authentic Pine Floors
Reclaimed Oak, Tin Roof Finish, Authentic Pine Floors
Heart Pine, Cotton Seed Finish, Authentic Pine Floors
Heart Pine, Cotton Seed Finish, Authentic Pine Floors

 

 

 

 

 

Authentic Pine Floors, based in the southeast, specializes in reclaiming original wood and restoring its beauty to be re-purposed in homes. A wonderful family owned company, their flooring products include reclaimed pine, oak and walnut wood product offerings.

Amazing Kitchen Where Blended Styles Come Alive on Dark Hardwood Floors by J. Randall Powers
Amazing Kitchen~Blended Styles Come Alive on Dark Hardwood Floors by J. Randall Powers

Darker wood finishes, richer tones  more natural looks that showcase textures and grains are popular trends according to the World Flooring Covering Association (WFCA). Gray tones are gaining popularity as the new neutral due to its blending tones to walls, carpeting and tile. Darker tones bring boldness that complements transitional and contemporary design while deep, warm browns such as dark walnuts and mahogany stains enhance traditional and transitional design styles.

Grand Paris Apartment with Dramatic Flooring, 1stDibs
Grand Paris Apartment with Dramatic Flooring, 1stDibs

Finally, once you’ve made your choice of hardwood flooring dressing the floor with a area carpet/designer rug seals the look while expressing your personal style and decor. Eco-friendly conscious consumers are looking to incorporate more natural fibers such as wool or sisal which is made from a durable plant fiber harvested in a way that uses no pesticides or chemical fertilizers. There are also “green” synthetic carpet choices made from recyclable material.

Finish your flooring project well by choosing a eco-friendly carpet pad that is safe for all floors while providing a superior foundation for your rug. Rug Pad, USA offers a non-slip grip and 1/4″ cushioning thickness anti-microbial pad that will never mold, mildew or smell. Made in the USA their commitment behind their product comes with a 20 year warranty.

Dining Room Anchored by Regency Styled Chairs and Dark Stained Flooring by J. Randall Powers
Dining Room Anchored by Regency Styled Chairs and Dark Stained Flooring by J. Randall Powers

Creating beautiful flooring begins with considering trends and options available then once informed applying them to your design style and needs. Hopefully the insights provided here will get your project off to the right start and finish!

Additional Source: Houzz

Photo Credit: Richard Powers

 


Kitchen Appliance Color Trends 2016

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House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year~2015~KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel
House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year~2015~KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel

Although kitchen color trends are dominated by whites and off-whites according to the latest NKBA Kitchen & Bath Style Report, increasing popularity in grays, blacks and slate kitchen appliances that bring a classic and modern look to the most popular room in the home are gaining momentum for many reasons.

KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel Appliances
KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel Appliances

If a splash of bold color (such as blue, red or yellow) is not your cup of tea for kitchen appliances, KitchenAid offers a great solution for your kitchen. They have introduced a first-ever professionally inspired Black Stainless Steel appliance finish that I am excited to feature in this article. It carries a powerful and bold yet classic and industrial look that radiates sophistication for all kitchen styles.

KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel Appliances
KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel Appliances

KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel kitchen appliance line offers “a softer, warmer alternative to traditional stainless steel.” It’s sleek touches features satin textured handles and fingerprint resistance. The line stands tall with its classic and powerful look.

KitchenAid Refrigerator, Black Stainless Steel
KitchenAid Refrigerator, Black Stainless Steel
KitchenAid Dishwasher, Black Stainless Steel
KitchenAid Dishwasher, Black Stainless Steel
KitchenAid Combination Wall Oven
KitchenAid Combination Wall Oven

As seen featured in House Beautiful’s 2015 Kitchen of the Year, the black stainless steel finish blends well with other colors and stainless appliances, even lighting fixtures.

 

House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year~2015~KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel Appliances

House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year~2015~KitchenAid Black Stainless Steel Appliances

I expect to see Black Stainless Steel move up the chart of preferred kitchen appliance colors in the very near future!

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Home Trends 2016

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Concord Riverwalk, Union Studio Architecture & Community Design
Concord Riverwalk, Union Studio Architecture & Community Design

In spite of a strong luxury home market, smaller, more efficiently designed eco-friendly and smart homes are making a mark in current home trends. Well designed residential square footage that incorporates easy movement between everyday tasks accommodating contemporary lifestyles are gaining popularity.

Microhousing~Garden Pavilion by Gary Shoemaker, Architect, Ninebark Design Build
Microhousing~Garden Pavilion by Gary Shoemaker, Architect, Ninebark Design Build

The real estate market has its eye on millennial and baby boomers who are looking for more affordable and smaller home choices according to PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Urban Land Institute’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2016 annual report. Demand for new and alternative housing options such as microhousing (tiny homes) and cohousing (a community of private homes supplemented by shared facilities).

Front Yard of HGTV Smart Home 2015 in Austin, Texas
Front Yard of HGTV Smart Home 2015 in Austin, Texas

HGTV’s Smart Home 2015 is a fine example of a tech savvy home. The docking station boasts a Home Control System that is equipped with two iPads that when partnered with a smart phone can be used to control light settings, blinds, Tempurpedic beds, security system and the entire audio/video system throughout the home.

HGTV Smart Home 2015~Docking Station
HGTV Smart Home 2015~Docking Station

The HGTV Smart Home is loaded with vintage features modernized for today’s lifestyle.

HGTV Smart Home 2015~Metallic Backsplash

HGTV Smart Home 2015~Metallic Backsplash

HGTV Smart Home 2015~Metallic Backsplash
HGTV Smart Home 2015~Kitchen Boasts a Drop-down Television Above the Range
Home Trends 2016~Kitchen with Industrial Stainless Steel Apron Sink
Home Trends 2016~Kitchen with Industrial Stainless Steel Apron Sink
HGTV Smart Home 2015~Open Dining Room features Floor to Ceiling Windows
HGTV Smart Home 2015~Open Dining Room features Floor to Ceiling Windows

This charming Farmhouse is a breath of fresh air for millennial and baby boomers!

To view the entire home please visit HGTV Smart Home 2015.

Photo Credit: Eric Perry


Color of the Year 2016

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Benjamine Moore Simply White, Donald Lococo Architects
Benjamin Moore Simply White, Donald Lococo Architects

Fresh, natural off-whites are driving color trends for 2016 that promise to create a sense of visual calm that encourage us to slow our pace and produce a calming effect to our environments. Benjamin Moore’s “Simply White OC-117” accomplishes this very well. It makes choosing a white hue very easy with its ‘Simply White’ taking the stage among five beauties. (See below)

Benjamin Moore Simply White, by Shea Mcgee Studio
Benjamin Moore Simply White, by Shea Mcgee Studio
Benjamin Moore Simply White, Architectural Digest
Benjamin Moore Simply White, Architectural Digest

White backdrops help to emphasize design elements in a room, bring life to older elements such as rustic furnishings while visually warming up the entire look of the space.

Benjamin Moore Simply White, Kitchen Cabinets, Donal Lococo Architects
Benjamin Moore Simply White, Kitchen Cabinets, Donald Lococo Architects

White can also frame a space nicely and drive the eye to a focal point that contains a pop of color for drama. It also offers contrast with deep tones. When used with other whites it can bring a simple complexity, a defined beauty that can take your breath away.

Benjamin Moore Simply White Exterior, BlogWhiteExterior
Benjamin Moore Simply White Exterior, BlogWhiteExterior

A warm yet sophisticated fresh glow frames this exterior with elegance. Take a look at the complete Benjamin Moore offerings for 2016 below.

Benjamin Moore 2016 Color Trends
Benjamin Moore 2016 Color Trends

Enjoy choosing a white that works for you!


Kitchen Lighting Trends

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Track & Pendant Kitchen Lighting~Traditional Home
Track & Pendant Kitchen Lighting~Traditional Home

Kitchen lighting trends have come a long way from strictly utilitarian fixtures to modern day accessories chosen to reflect quality, style and design. Like saving the best for last, pendant lighting is the one design element that gives permission to invite drama, glam, and interest. Chandeliers and track lighting run a close second.

Glass Spiral Pendants by Mick de Giulio, Craig Steinhaus
Glass Spiral Pendants & Chandelier Kitchen by Mick de Giulio, Craig Steinhaus

Many design elements affect the choice of kitchen lighting. Expect to see kitchen ceilings “reach even greater heights” according to Interior Designer, Romy Danker. With this said, a myriad of lighting options exist today that dare us to live with dark corners, shadowy ceilings or ‘hard to see-in’ kitchen cabinets and drawers.

Decorative Pendant Kitchen Lighting by Liz Williams
Decorative Pendant Kitchen Lighting by Liz Williams

The lighting industry is fully engaged in educating the public on how to buy light bulbs in the new arena of energy-efficient “Lumens” verses “Watts.” If you’re still struggling with understanding what the big deal is with phasing out the old standard light bulb for a much enhanced energy-efficient replacement take a look at an explanation from LumenNow;

  • Watts measures the amount of energy required to light a product
  • Lumens measure the amount of light produced-the more lumen in a light bulb, the brighter the light

Lumennow offers great insight and direction for determining which bulb works best for the fixtures in your home that may involve recessed cans, LEDs, CFLs for general, task or accent lighting.

Old World Charm Chandelier Kitchen by K2 Construction
Old World Charm Chandelier Kitchen by K2 Construction

Kitchen lighting as an accessory moves us to island pendant lighting where we can be more creative with light fittings that reflect the owners style in the kitchen. Two to three pendant lighting trends will showcase metal finishes such as copper, mesh, brass and iron. Wood and vintage fixtures offer contrast with modern appliances. Color is being used to create a block affect in the kitchen design.

Pendant Kitchen Lighting
Pendant Kitchen Lighting

Kitchen, bath and living/family rooms continue to top the list of interior renovations according to Houzz and Home Report June 2015 and kitchen lighting fixture purchases are made to reflect quality, style and design!

Image Credits: Werner Straube | Brie Williams


Holiday Decorating Trends

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Traditional Home 2015 Holiday House
Traditional Home 2015 Holiday House

It’s that time again and we’re all looking for holiday inspiration that will add a fresh touch to our existing Christmas decorations. You will find a sampling of all styles of decorating, just enough to inspire from decorative tablescapes to gift wrapping to tree toppers that promise to spark a new approach or encouragement to enhance your existing theme.

Jung Lee Festive Holiday Tablescape, Architectural Digest
Jung Lee Festive Holiday Tablescape, Architectural Digest

An understated elegance involves multiple layers that will make your family and friends feel special during your holiday feast.

Holiday Table Color Theme by Carolyne Roehm, Architectural Digest
Holiday Table Color Theme by Carolyne Roehm, Architectural Digest

For stand-out color themed holiday tables every layer carries the color upward.

Elegant Holiday Stair Rail by Shelley Johnstone Design, Traditional Home
Elegant Holiday Stair Rail by Shelley Johnstone Design, Traditional Home

Stair rail decorated with fresh pine and gold ribbons add an elegant touch to your entry.

Imperial Ornaments Gift Wrap by Casperi
Imperial Ornaments Gift Wrap by Casperi, AD
Chevron Personalized Gift Wrap from Minted, AD
Chevron Personalized Gift Wrap from Minted, AD
Reindeer Gift Wrap by Snow & Graham, AD
Reindeer Gift Wrap by Snow & Graham, AD

Personalized and themed holiday gift wrap abound.

Sparkling Snowflake Tree Topper by Barbara Svihla, Olivia Paxton, TH
Sparkling Snowflake Tree Topper by Barbara Svihla, Olivia Paxton
Funky Star Variation Tree Topper
Funky Star Variation Tree Topper
Giant Pink Bow Tree Topper by Emily Janson
Giant Pink Bow Tree Topper by Emily Janson

Now have some fun with your own holiday decorations while keeping in mind that it’s all about creating a festive and memorable environment that family and friends will cherish for a lifetime.

Merry Christmas!


Color of the Year 2016~Pantone

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Pantone Rose Quartz, Lamps Plus
Pantone Rose Quartz, Lamps Plus

Living in a high paced and hectic world is having its effect on color trends as evidenced by Pantone’s recent Color of the Year 2016 announcement showcasing a move towards less bold and more subtle color hues. They indicate an approach to our living environments that offer respite from our demanding lifestyles and stresses.

Pantone Color of the Year 2016~Rose Quartz, Serenity
Pantone Color of the Year 2016~Rose Quartz, Serenity

Introducing for the first time two shades that blend well, Rose Quartz (Pantone 13-1520) and Serenity (Pantone 15-3919) set the tone for a softer, more tranquil and well-being approach to life and home.

Pantone Rose Quartz, House to Home
Pantone Rose Quartz, House to Home

The two shades also remind us of warmth and tranquility working together with less concern over traditional gender lines. Rose Quartz and Serenity raise the importance of bringing a sense of calm and relaxation regardless of season of life, good and hard times. Coming home to this sort of environment becomes a place of refuge from the world, which is extremely unpredictable right now.

Pantone~Serenity by RoomDecorIdeas
Pantone~Serenity by RoomDecorIdeas

The Color of the Year 2016 easily works with other mid-tone shades from greens to browns and yellows to pinks.

Pantone Color of the Year 2016 Palettes
Pantone Color of the Year 2016 Palettes

Pantone Rose Quartz Bedroom, Zillow

Pantone Rose Quartz Bedroom, Zillow

Expect to see Rose Quartz and Serenity drive fashion and kitchen appliance applications. KitchenAid is bringing color and fun into the kitchen with its new Color of the Year 2016 Stand Mixers.

KitchenAid Rose Quartz Mixer
KitchenAid Rose Quartz Mixer
KitchenAid Serenity Mixer
KitchenAid Serenity Mixer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Embracing a warm rose tone and a slightly cool blue lends itself to making a statement to the world that you have a struck a balance of order, wellness and the stability of purpose. I encourage you to begin today!


Top Decorating Trends 2016

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Warm Neutral Color Schemes by Heather Dewberry & Will Huff
Warm Neutral Color Schemes by Heather Dewberry & Will Huff

Over half of homeowners will invest in updating their homes this year according to Houzz and the updates will be driven by a desire to decorate (63%), renovate (58%) or repair (47%). So before jumping into your next project our top decorating trends for 2016 will add a point of reflection for making great long-term renovating decisions.

If your ultimate goal is to improve  the design and functionality of your home you are in good company. Surveys show that these are the driving reasons behind our desire to personalize our homes in a way that reflect our style and season of life.

Custom Wall Art Design by Erin Martin
Custom Wall Art Design by Erin Martin

The kitchen remains the most popular or most frequent interior renovation project followed by guest/other bathroom, living/family room and master bathroom round out the top four interior spaces.

Some of the decorating trends featured below can have a great impact on the outcome of your renovation project. Style and function are the main drivers behind the images and categories shown. Have fun considering what design elements can be applied to your interior space and enjoy years of satisfaction!

Transitional Decorating Style

Warm Neutrals Personalize this Entry by Lauren Nelson
Warm Neutrals Personalize this Entry by Lauren Nelson~Architectural Digest

Personalizing Your Home

Family Room with Durable Fabrics & Colorful Scheme by Heather Dewberry & Will Huff
Family Room with Durable Fabrics & Colorful Scheme by Heather Dewberry & Will Huff

Entertaining Kitchens

Entertaining Kitchen with Salvaged Wood, Raw Steel & Glazed Brick by Dan Doyle
Entertaining Kitchen with Salvaged Wood, Raw Steel & Glazed Brick by Dan Doyle
'Pleathers,' Easy Care Fabrics Used on Banquette/Island Chairs by Heather Dewberry & Will Huff
‘Pleathers,’ Easy Care Fabrics Used on Banquette/Island Chairs by Heather Dewberry & Will Huff

Mixed Metals/Finishes~Pendant Lighting

Brass Pendant Lights Add a Modern Touch, by Lauren Nelson
Brass Pendant Lights Add a Modern Touch, by Lauren Nelson~ArchDigest

Bath Trends~Soaking Tubs~Chandelier Lighting

Stand Alone Soaking Tubs, Copper Tub w/Nickel Plating by Julia Buckingham
Stand Alone Soaking Tubs, Copper Tub w/Nickel Plating by Julia Buckingham
Master Bath Soaking Tub from Waterworks by Heather Dewberry & Will Huff
Master Bath Soaking Tub from Waterworks by Heather Dewberry & Will Huff, ArchDigest

Wallpaper Trends

Wallpapered Powder Room from Krave by Barbara Barry
Wallpapered Powder Room from Krave by Barbara Barry
Wallpapered Breakfast Room by Lauren Nelson, ArchDigest
Wallpapered Breakfast Room by Lauren Nelson, ArchDigest

For more information on decorating trends for 2016 please visit related posts from our blog!

To view more inspiring spaces please visit Traditional Home.

Source: Houzz


New Home Builder Trends

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Inviting Front Porch by Siena Custom Builders Promotes Healthy Lifestyle
Inviting Front Porch by Siena Custom Builders Promotes Healthy Lifestyle

Eco-friendly home design, personalization of style, health-minded building practices, transitional interior/exterior floor plans, comfort and technology and of course, the front porch are just a sampling of new home buyer wish lists for 2016 and new home builders are paying attention.

Smart home builders are stepping up to meet the demands of eco-friendly minded home buyers by offering features that promote energy efficiency and a healthier indoor environment. Driven mostly by affluent Baby Boomers, green builders are sought out and more than half of builders, according to a recent study for NAHB have responded by promoting their green projects.

Copeland Court Family Room by Riverside Homes
Copeland Court Family Room by Riverside Homes

“We can build homes a better way,” spoken by Tedd Benson and truly representative of new home builder trends.

Look for interior spaces to promote what I call living spaces that cultivate community through relationships, comfort and well-being while creating task oriented spaces that visually separate but not at the expense of isolation.

A 'Living Kitchen' with Natural Wood Walls by Beth Webb, Atlanta Homes Mag
A ‘Living Kitchen’ with Natural Wood Walls by Beth Webb, Atlanta Homes Mag
Modern Resort Style Bath by Ashton Woods Luxury Home Builder Promotes Healthy Lifestyle
Modern Resort Style Bath by Ashton Woods Luxury Home Builder Promotes Healthy Lifestyle

Homeowners will continue to take more responsibility for incorporating eco-friendly options into their new homes; a sampling follows.

Energy Efficient Light Bulbs

Best Light Bulbs, HouseLogic.com
Best Light Bulbs, HouseLogic.com
Lighting Solutions, Efficiency Maine
Lighting Solutions, Efficiency Maine

If you are truly interested in making your home greener using energy-efficient light bulbs use less energy and they last longer.

Low VOC Paint

Volatile Organic Compounds found inside paint can evaporate into the air. Inside the home they can be harmful to your health, when used outside they can contribute to pollution. There are many low VOC paint options to choose from.

Energy Efficient Appliances

A new home means new appliances and provide an opportunity to purchase energy-efficient appliances that will save on energy consumption and your energy bill. This is an easy way to support environmental green efforts initiated by your new home builder.

Locally Sourced Materials

From local building materials to counter-tops you are supporting eco-friendly efforts by cutting down on “shipping and trucking materials, which adds pollutants into the air” according to ecofriend.org.

Green Home Certification

Building an eco-friendly home that meets the criteria for obtaining a Green Home Certification will increase the value of your home while saving energy and providing years of efficiency and cost savings in running your home. LEED is the most popular certification program for eco-friendly new home building.

As you consider building your new home this year, build green, build eco-friendly!

Indoor/Outdoor Transitional Space by Riverside Homes
Indoor/Outdoor Transitional Space by Riverside Homes

2016 Kitchen of the Year Contest Winners

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Grand Prize Winner: Modern Industrial Kitchen by Scott West, West Architecture Studio, Principle Builders Group
Grand Prize Winner: Modern Industrial Kitchen by Scott West, West Architecture Studio, Principle Builders Group

Kitchen trends for 2016 are showcased so elegantly in this years Kitchen of the Year Contest Winners in Atlanta, Georgia USA. A splendid splash of elegance, modern sophistication, traditional comforts and understated use of commercial appliances concealed by sculptured works of art and custom cabinetry  create bright, clean lined functional kitchens are truly a ‘living space’ come true.

Grand Prize Winner: Modern Industrial Kitchen, West Architectural Studio, Principle Builders Group
Grand Prize Winner: Modern Industrial Kitchen~West Architectural Studio,Principle Builders Group
Grand Prize Winner: Modern Industrial Kitchen, West Architectural Studio, Principle Builders Group
Grand Prize Winner: Modern Industrial Kitchen~West Architectural Studio,Principle Builders Group

Personalizing your kitchen with natural and man-made materials abound consisting of natural stone, rustic or new wide-plank wood flooring, furniture quality cabinetry, stainless steel and tile just to name a few.

Winner: Transitional Cape Cod Style, Dawn M. Bennett,AIA,Geoffrey Borwick Architect
Transitional Cape Cod Style~Dawn M. Bennett,AIA,Geoffrey Borwick Architect,Calhoun Properties
Transitional Cape Cod Style, Dawn M. Bennett, AIA, Geoffrey Borwick, Architect, Calhoun Properties
Transitional Cape Cod Style, Dawn M. Bennett, AIA, Geoffrey Borwick, Architect, Calhoun Properties
Transitional Cape Cod Style, Dawn M. Bennett, AIA, Geoffrey Borwick Architect, Calhoun Properties
Transitional Cape Cod Style, Dawn M. Bennett, AIA, Geoffrey Borwick Architect, Calhoun Properties

Equipping your kitchen with commercial grade appliances, over-sized and bi-level islands and counter tops built for ease of use play into the personalizing trend. Kitchen pendant lighting fixtures with clear glass add to the notion of honoring a clean and bright kitchen space unhindered by accessories.

Transitional Kitchen with Architectural Details, Matthew Quinn, Ginny Magher Interiors, Kenneth Lynch, AIA
Transitional, Architectural Details~ Matthew Quinn, Ginny Magher Interiors, Kenneth Lynch, AIA, Tim Pratt, CR
Transitional, Architectural Details~Matthew Quinn, Ginny Magher Interiors, Kenneth Lynch, AIA, Tim Pratt, CR
Transitional, Architectural Details~Matthew Quinn, Ginny Magher Interiors, Kenneth Lynch, AIA, Tim Pratt, CR
Transitional, Architectural Details, Matthew Quinn, Ginny Magher Interiors, Kenneth Lynch, AIA
Transitional, Architectural Details~Matthew Quinn, Ginny Magher Interiors, Kenneth Lynch, AIA, Tim Pratt, CR

The details are what make these kitchens stand apart. Spend time studying the details that elevate these kitchens from purely functional spaces into works of art. From ceilings to flooring and cleverly designed storage space (check out the built-in dog house) there is much to consider for application in your next kitchen project.

Refined European Style~Melanie Davis Design, Rhinehart Pulliam & Company, John Bynum Custom Homes
Refined European Style~Melanie Davis Design, Rhinehart Pulliam & Company, John Bynum Custom Homes
Refined European~Melanie Davis Design, Rhinehart Pulliam & Company, John Bynum Custom Homes
Refined European~Melanie Davis Design, Rhinehart Pulliam & Company, John Bynum Custom Homes

Specifically, kitchen cabinet styles, flooring, detailed ceilings, counter top and back-splash materials, appliance finishes, color themes, pendant and task lighting, fixture styles and finishes, just to name a few, offer tremendous insights on kitchen trends for this year and beyond!

To view the entire feature please visit Kitchen Contest Winners.

Principle Photographer: David Christensen


Bold Interiors | 2

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Red Library by Ramsay Gourd, House Beautiful
Red Library by Ramsay Gourd

Bold interiors defy the boundaries of color and decorating trends. Bold interiors are designed to speak and stand on their own with confidence while displaying an incredible blend of color, finishes, texture and furnishings.

Bold interiors have a warming effect on the senses, connecting us to our emotions while simultaneously simplifying our lives by allowing us to escape and give ourselves permission to relax.

Lime Green Wing Chair by The New Design Project, New York City Townhouse
Lime Green Wing Chair by The New Design Project, New York City Townhouse

Bold furnishings offer a breath of fresh air, lifting the entire space to an exciting place that revives the soul.

Lime Green Wingback Chair, The New Design Project
Lime Green Wing Chair, The New Design Project
Green & Blue Living Room by Ramsay Gourd
Green & Blue Living Room by Ramsay Gourd
Living Room with Bold Textiles, Kat Liebschwager Interiors
Living Room with Bold Textiles, Kat Liebschwager Interiors

Bold entry’s against neutral furnishings make for perfect design harmony.

Bold Turquoise Front Door, Kat Liebschwager Interiors
Bold Turquoise Front Door, Kat Liebschwager Interiors

The turquoise arched front door provides the perfect setting for a dramatic entry onto a painted diamond floor softened by tone-on-tone metallic striped walls. Sophisticated glamour at its best.

 

Bold Entry Showcases Jewel-toned Bench, Textiles, Art by Kat Liebschwager Interiors
Bold Entry Showcases Jewel-toned Bench, Textiles, Art by Kat Liebschwager Interiors
Colorful Alcove Window Seat with Turquoise Accents by katinteriors.com
Colorful Alcove Window Seat with Turquoise Accents by katinteriors.com

Bold accessories and accents bring life to this colorful window seat.

Bold Accessories by katinteriors.com
Bold Accessories by katinteriors.com

Bold interiors are here to stay and when done well they are inviting, warm and exciting, a perfect blend of living a well designed life!

Please visit Traditional Home to view this Before & After project in full.


Color Trends 2016 ~ PPG Color of the Year ~ HGTV Dream Home 2016

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Paradise Found~1135-5, PPG
Paradise Found~1135-5, PPG

PPG Industries is a global leader in forecasting color trends based on cultural and demographic trends. Their approach to color forecasting is “comprehensive, partnership-oriented, forward thinking and holistic,” and I believe worthy of consideration for your next decorating project.

Paradise Found (PPG1135-5), Color of the Year 2016 is a soothing green with undertones of blue. It represents a cultural move from the hectic lifestyles we’ve become accustomed to a life of ease that naturally flows between relationships, work, relaxation and recreation. A holistic and healing approach to living, Paradise Found naturally complements a home whose interiors contain this and its complementary color hues.

HGTV Dream Home 2016~Media Room, Brian Patrick Flynn
HGTV Dream Home 2016~Media Room, Brian Patrick Flynn

Also worthy of mention is a brand of PPG Architectural Coatings, Glidden Paint who is the proud sponsor of the HGTV Dream House 2016. The dream home is located in Merritt Island, Florida which commanded a color plan that was relevant to coastal living. The designer, Brian Patrick Flynn “chose a mix of bright, beachy hues and shades with lots of personality…” balanced with light and airy rooms.

The designer selected Quiet Rain (50BG 64/028) for the Great Room, Swan White (98YY 82/022) for the Terrace Suite, Thai Teal (55GG 50/360) featured in Media Room and Master Bedroom.

HGTV Dream Home 2016, Living Room, Brian Patrick Flynn
HGTV Dream Home 2016, Living Room, Brian Patrick Flynn
HGTV Dream Home 2016, Terrace Retreat, Brian Patrick Flynn
HGTV Dream Home 2016, Terrace Retreat, Brian Patrick Flynn

Other color palettes featured throughout the dream home include Opal Silk Green (30GG 57/094), Island Shores (88GG 68/184) and New Terra Cotta (60YR 31/368).

HGTV Dream Home 2016, Master Retreat with Majestic Teal Walls, Brian Patrick Flynn
HGTV Dream Home 2016, Master Retreat with Majestic Teal Walls, Brian Patrick Flynn

Great collaboration results in great design!

HGTV Dream Home 2016, Guest Bedroom, Brian Patrick Flynn
HGTV Dream Home 2016, Guest Bedroom, Brian Patrick Flynn

Wallpaper Trends | 4

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Family Room Ceiling Wallpaper by Schumacher, Martyn Lawrence Bullard
Family Room Ceiling Wallpaper by Schumacher, Martyn Lawrence Bullard

Wallpaper has become a mainstream decorating element. A serious design option for high-end designers to DIYers, wallpaper is popping up everywhere from decorator showhouses to personal dwellings and the trends prove it. It continues to grow in popularity and I believe will maintain its place as a statement maker in decorative circles within the interior design arena and for many homeowners.

Family Room, Blue-Green Grasscloth Wallpaper, LCH Interiors
Family Room, Blue-Green Grass Cloth Wallpaper, LCH Interiors

With so many varieties and styles available wallpaper can add a visual dimension that painted walls cannot produce. They are great for adding drama, color, pattern, texture and metallic or glam overtones to a room.

Hallway Marble Top Console with Schumacher Singeries Wallpaper, Mallory Mathison
Hallway Marble Top Console with Schumacher Singeries Wallpaper, Mallory Mathison
Guest Bedroom with Schumacher Singeries Wallpaper, Mallory Mathison
Guest Bedroom with Schumacher Singeries Wallpaper, Mallory Mathison

Wallpapering large scaled rooms with pattern or texture invites warmth and intimacy.

Dining Room with Pink Floral Wallpaper
Dining Room, Floral-Balata Wallpaper, Cowtan&Tout, Katie Rosenfeld, Traditional Home
Dining Room with Patterned Wallpaper, Traditional Home
Dining Room with Patterned Wallpaper

New home building trends are featuring wallpaper in foyers, powder rooms, dining rooms and on accent walls for a dramatic affect.

Powder Room with Lewiswoods-Baachus Wallpaper, Jessica Bradley
Powder Room with Lewiswoods-Baachus Wallpaper, Jessica Bradley
Powder Room, Kranes Banana Leaf Wallpaper, Heather Roberts
Powder Room, Kranes Banana Leaf Wallpaper, Heather Roberts

If your intention to add visual interest and depth, warmth, a focal point, texture or pattern to a room, you can’t go wrong with choosing wallpaper!

To view more projects from this showhouse please visit Design Supremacy.


Most Popular Kitchen Trends in North America

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Transitional Kitchen, Avocado Cabinets with Floating Shelves, Christopher Kennedy
Transitional Kitchen, Avocado Cabinets with Floating Shelves, Christopher Kennedy

The latest National Kitchen & Bath Association press release highlights the 10 most popular kitchen trends in North America for 2016 and I am excited to pass them along. The results were based on NKBA survey respondents. You may be surprised with some of the items that made the list but if you’re looking to stay current in updating your kitchen this trend list will keep your home marketable for many years to come.

1. Kitchen Style

Transitional Kitchen with Silestone Countertops, Christopher Kennedy
Transitional Kitchen with Silestone Countertops, Christopher Kennedy

Transitional style kitchen tops the rankings with Traditional and Contemporary round out the top three.

2. Kitchen Cabinet Color Finishes

Gray Kitchen Cabinets, Benjamin Moore Natura in Silhouette by Caitlin Wilson
Gray Kitchen Cabinets, Benjamin Moore Natura in Silhouette by Caitlin Wilson

Gray, white and off-white cabinets lead in color finishes.

3. Kitchen Storage Cabinets

Swing-out Storage Cabinets by Jane Lockhart
Swing-out Storage Cabinets by Jane Lockhart

Pull-outs, tilt-outs and tilt-ins for storage cabinets.

4. Kitchen Flooring

Kitchen Wood Flooring by Donald Lococo Architects
Kitchen Wood Flooring by Donald Lococo Architects

Wood flooring ranks highest as preferred kitchen flooring.

5. Kitchen Countertops

Quartz & Granite Countertops, Craig Steinhaus
Quartz & Granite Countertops, Craig Steinhaus

Quartz and Granite countertops.

6. Outdoor Kitchens

Outdoor Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances & Dining
Outdoor Kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances & Dining, Architectural Digest

A convenience that fits our social lifestyle trends, especially in the Southeast United States.

7. Built-ins for Convenience

Built-in coffee stations and wet bars. (Below)

8. Space Saving Features

Pocket Doors.

Built-in Storage: Coffee Station, Pet Feeding Station, Cooking Utensil, Appliance Garage with Pocket Doors, Matthew Quinnth
Built-in Storage: Coffee Station, Pet Feeding Station, Cooking Utensil, Appliance Garage with Pocket Doors, Matthew Quinn

9. Special Features

Pet Spaces (Above)

10. Smart Home Features

HGTV Smart Home Docking Station
HGTV Smart Home Docking Station

Docking and charging stations

In addition to the top 10 trends, industrial and farmhouse kitchen styles are on the rise, neutral colors remain the dominant color scheme with two-tone trends becoming popular in cabinetry. Different counter-top materials are also trending for a mixed color palette.

Overall, this list represents industry trends that will serve you and your kitchen very well while increasing the value of your home.

Please visit the NKBA press release for the full report.


Best Kitchen Product 2016

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Thermador Freedom Collection
Thermador Freedom Collection

The 2016 International Builder’s Show winner of the best kitchen product ended in a tie between an innovative refrigeration system from Thermador and  a cool technology  from Lowe’s that helps you ‘build’ your kitchen from scratch.

Thermador’s Freedom Collection won for the flexibility it offers to customize and integrate your preservation needs into your kitchen design. The collection was designed to meet your needs in specified work zones giving an instant custom feel to your kitchen. Gone are the days of all-in-one refrigeration placement that drives the placement of task stations within the kitchen.

Thermador Freedom Collection
Thermador Freedom Collection

This culinary preservation center freely allows you to build your fridge from scratch by placing each unit according to your design and need. All models are stand alone independent and modular units that can also be installed in side by side combinations or with fully flush integration into surrounding kitchen cabinetry.

Thermador Freedom Collection
Thermador Freedom Collection

Another custom feature is the availability of 18″, 24″, 30″ and 36″ widths. This cutting-edge kitchen design also features Theater LED lighting where lighting fades in when the unit is opened from the front and sides.

Thermador Freedom Collection
Thermador Freedom Collection

Freedom’s door panels can be adjusted horizontally, vertically, forward and backward to ensure an ultra-fit within a 25-inch deep cabinet. Bottom freezers are equipped with flat stainless steel panels as well as Professional or Masterpiece handles.

Thermador Freedom Collection
Thermador Freedom Collection

What’s not to love about the Thermador Freedom Collection?!

Lowe’s Holoroom

For the DIYers the Lowe’s Holoroom was first introduced in 2014. The latest version offers a virtual reality tool that allows homeowners to experience their home improvement project in its finished state. For the difficult to visualize this is an amazing kitchen product that is being rolled out in 19 stores beginning in November 2015.

Lowe's Holoroom
Lowe’s Holoroom

To create a profile and find the nearest Lowe’s Holoroom please visit their site.