By Harriett Gullick. interior. Published at Tuesday, May 29th, 2018 - 12:01:38 PM.
On the one hand. this look works because it allows you to make a statement by using a bold color on your lowers and simultaneously helps to ground the space. On the other. it also helps the space look larger because the lighter shade on your upper cabinets will help draw the eye upward.In this case. you have a choice on how to present the trend.
How about a fun teen space. complete with study area?Provide plenty of seating.Consider a bold color scheme for your playroom. Give the kids (or grandkids) a bedroom of their ownTextiles make an attic bedroom feel cozier.You may want to build a combined bedroom and playroom. all in one. In a guest room. put function first. Go big with a studio or in-law suiteIf you have the space. give the studio a kitchenette.
The hue you choose is entirely up to you. but those who want to be extra on-trend may want to consider using Ultra Violet. Pantone's 2018 Color of the Year or a jewel tone.Consider using other materials like wood.Think beyond paintIf a bold paint color isn't quite your thing. don't worry. There are plenty of other ways to apply this look.
Everything You Need to Know About the Two-Toned Kitchen Cabinet TrendAre you ready to get in on the two-toned kitchen cabinet trend?Kitchens have always been at the forefront of interior design trends and for good reason. For most of us. the kitchen is one of the most used rooms in our homes. so there's no reason not to invest in aesthetics.