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Wood Kitchen Design

Wood Kitchen Design

Dream kitchens can be affordable. Wooden kitchen utensils are the best. Designers can create a kitchen plan that fits your style and budget in a short time. Find unique, creatively designed wooden gifts for the kitchen. The most beautiful wooden kitchen designs include delicate wooden kitchen utensils. Wooden spoons and cooking utensils are modern. Create the kitchen of your dreams. Ergonomic handles, dishwasher safe, safe for use on non-stick surface are the most beautiful wooden kitchen design materials.

Wood is one of the most appreciated and used materials in the world, with an ancestry dating back 400 million years ago. Its intricate, complex texture, roughness, variety of hues, tones and species define and create a magical material able to be shaped and shape our lives at the same time. In the kitchen wood is the most preferred material when it comes to furniture, offering a cozy warm atmosphere we all associate with this core of the home. But for the creative crafter, wood can be transformed and molded into incredibly delicate and beuatiful kitchen utensils that are healthy and safe for usage in comparison with all those modern plastic gadgets that contain harmful toxins that pollute our food.

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New Year, New Designs

New year, new design trends. One of the great things about interior design is that it is constantly evolving. We have just celebrated the New Year, so it’s time to talk about latest interior design trends that are likely to spread in the course of 2017. Happy 2017! Each year we like to take some time to figure out the upcoming fashions in interior design.

Here are key decor tips for 2017 to help you put your house in order. Last year’s overriding theme might have been all about industrial chic. It may be freezing outside, but it’s time to go warmer indoors. This year will look mighty stylish.

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New Year, New DesignsGo for the Gold
Bye-bye brushed nickel and patinated bronze, glittering gold is taking center stage. From lighting fixtures to gilded furniture, this hot hue has taken the design world by storm. Even a few small touches — like swapping out kitchen cabinet hardware or working in a few gleaming accessories will give your home an on-trend update.

Color Your World
Goodbye beiges and grays, designers have fallen back in love with color. But, like anything, too much of a good thing can be, well, too much. To create a pleasing palette, take a cue from our interior designer hints and limit your main colors to three choices.

Put Weathered Wood to Work
Reclaimed wood walls are hot, hot, hot! But, they can also be so cool as designers prove in small bedrooms where silvery gray boards can be installed in a timeless herringbone pattern create a dreamy backdrop.


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2017 Interior Design Trends

New Year, new style 2017… The New Year comes with predictions. What decor will be popular? These are trends that’ll be In for 2017.

If you’re renovating or building a new home, look out for the following trends to include, and those to avoid, for 2017. Hot home design trends for 2017 include cool barstools, raspberry pink walls, hanging chairs.

Professionals in architecture, interior design and decorating come up with their list of home design trends for 2017. Forget boring old table lamps. Hanging pendant lights free up bedside space for nightstand essentials, especially helpful in small rooms.

2017 Interior Design TrendsPlayful Bedside Pendant Lights
Lights that hang from the ceiling are both whimsical and practical, as they can free up space in small bedrooms.

Black Steel and Glass Doors
Doors can serve several purposes, and they’re showing up in many homes across America. They keep entryways from getting too dark, and add some interest to shower doors.

Laundry Rooms
Laundry rooms are quickly becoming an area where homeowners are willing to invest extra design dollars. Common upgrades include adding more efficient storage space and maximizing natural light.

Neutral Colors
Designers are rethinking how they use beige. Several different shades of the neutral color are being incorporated into homes.

Romantic Bedroom Colors
Romantic bedroom colors like deep ruby red, raspberry, caramel, and black will be popular in 2017. According to a recent survey, “intimate or romantic” is the third-most desirable vibe when it comes to master bedrooms, after “calming” and “cozy.”

White is “In”
And when it comes to the kitchen, the color white is in. Wood accents help keep the look from becoming too boring or sterile. Additionally, warm wood cabinets of all different tree species are having a moment. Go for something clean-lined and modern.

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Decorating Trends 2017

Decorating Trends 2017Sleek clean lines, a new fresh look continue to be popular in furniture. Unusual materials are showing up in the new year. Enjoy a big surprise now with these 2017 living room design suggestions. Designing a new living room can be the new year solution. Pillows with patterns are always popular and trendy. These nice deer are all decked out to bring a layer of fun to holiday decor. When it comes to home décor, 2016 was the year of everything from woven wall hangings to Scandinavian-inspired interiors and decor.

And as the year winds down, soon enough your thoughts will most likely wander to a home refresh. So it’s worth exploring the top decorating trends that will likely be on repeat in homes across the country, and possibly in your own abode. We checked in with interior designers for their 2017 decorating forecast and some easy pointers on how to make these ideas your own. These trends are chic, inspiring, and (fortunately) don’t require a complete room overhaul. One of the biggest departures in 2017 is lighting.

Large dramatic lighting has moved from the foyer and into the rest of the home. Whether it’s a big vintage chandelier or a series of large blown glass globes, lighting creates mood, atmosphere, and romance for your home. It’s also a great way to bring your personality into a room and like paint can be a quick and easy way to complete change the look of your kitchen or bedroom. Tying into the “modern farmhouse look” lighting fixtures also allow you to combine a vintage, rustic, neutral look with a modern twist.

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Quirky Holiday Design Fashion

Quirky Holiday Design FashionLatest home design ideas are here to polish up homes and workspaces. There are a few trends that will continue to make home decor in places neat. These are the biggest home decor trends for holiday season. Bring warmth and glamour into your home this year. You need to know home decor trends this year. Trends in home decorating change from year to year and sometimes month to month. For the trendiest among us, regularly swapping out fixtures, accents and accessories can especially be a full-time job.

Thankfully, it looks like some of 2016’s trends will continue into next year, with enough new touches coming to satisfy those looking for a change. Below, we’ll touch on what’s staying, what’s leaving and what’s hot and not in homes for 2017. We all know that one dramatic way to change the look and feel of your home is updating with color. Paint is often quoted as being a relatively inexpensive way to update a room without breaking your back or your bank. What colors work for 2017? Here are the latest color trends.

A distinction for sure, but pastel is becoming a no-no in color, while muted tones are making their way into bedrooms and baths using color to create a tranquil, soothing environment where we rest, relax, prepare for our day. Think soft blues, greens, pinks, but not the bright pastel version of colors that were popular in the 80’s. Like many past trends, this is a variation on a past theme, updated for a modern look.