There are some beautiful and creative trends coming to homes in 2016! Which ones would you love to see in your home?
Two-toned Kitchen Cabinets. A two-toned cabinet scheme can be a great way to play with various materials and colors! Doing this can breath new life into your kitchen’s personality. Try pairing White and Wood for a more modern look, or two different woods for a more contemporary look! Click here for some more unique pairings.
Formal Dining Rooms. Most people take the space for formal dining rooms and turn it into a home office or media room. For those who love to entertain this is a great way to use space to host friends and family.
Heated Entryway Floors. Of course heated floors have been popular in bathrooms, but for the cold regions like Minnesota and Wisconsin, consider putting them in your entryway!
Colored Stainless Steel Appliances. There are some beautiful new colored stainless steel appliances hitting the scene such as LG’s Black Stainless or Whirlpool’s Sunset Bronze finish.
Workhorse Kitchen Islands. We’ve all heard it before; the kitchen is the heart of the home. Kitchen islands have become very popular! They provide additional workspace, families can gather there to eat, and create extra storage! These multi-purpose islands are becoming a central feature in many modern kitchens. Click here to see real life examples and styles.
Statement Mirrors in Bathrooms. Mirrors with medicine cabinets are becoming a thing of the past. Statement mirrors are here, think vintage, think modern, use your style to accentuate your bathroom.
Sunrooms. Who wouldn’t want a bright warm room to relax in? This is one of the top dream spaces for homeowners.
Fireplaces and Fire Features. Fireplaces have always been a nice draw when buying a home, but now you can have all the luxury of a fireplace without the smell or pollution. As an added bonus, fireplaces are making a comeback as a focal point in living rooms.
Surprising Backsplash & Countertop Pairings. Why play it safe when you can go bold? It doesn’t have to be over the top to be interesting. Look at different combination options such as a brick backsplash with a concrete countertop! Click here to see more combinations.
Farm House Entryways. The styles of these entryways are based more on the functionality. For mudrooms this style creates storage, durability and can really add utility to this space in your home.