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Inspiring Examples of Indoor Living Spaces Are you about to make major changes to your bathroom and kitchen? It is always great to remodel and renovate to make your space more functional, more beautiful, or even more personal. It is a great opportunity to fix wear and tear and prevent further damage to your home as well. As for your indoor living spaces, it is always great to start by checking out inspirational remodel projects. Check out these kitchen and bathroom designs as you plan for the bathroom renovation or kitchen remodeling. Marble kitchen countertops and walls Marble is more or less the mainstay of modern renovation. Do not stop at the countertops with marble. Adding marble to the walls gives your kitchen a cool, sophisticated, and luxurious look. Marble is a great complement to your kitchen floor because it creates a good environment to work in by maintaining a warm look and feel. Choose from different kinds and colors of marble to match with the rest of your décor. If you are looking for an urbane and durable finish, try it. As a bonus, the material ages like fine wine. Two colors only Easier said than done. The temptation to have variety can throw you off the rail on this one. You can try minimalism on color for your bathroom renovation or kitchen remodel. For example, a white and black bathroom looks polished, clean, and relaxing. You can combine grey and white if black is too strong for your liking. Add a third color for small fixtures like drawer and cabinet handles. This can be brass or gold, which will create small breakpoints from the two colors theme. You can play around with warmer colors as well. Try green and cream, light brown and dark brown, brown and white, or navy blue and white. The most important thing is to get the transitions right. Create contrasts that work A dark wall, two bright walls, and a wooden floor seem like good examples of contrasting features that work in a unified manner to beautify your space. It is chic without looking congested. The dark wall can be dark green, black, or grey. Maintain white for the sinks and other items, with the occasional dark item matching the dark wall. Add woody shelves to give the space an earthy vibe. You can have one stone or brick wall while the rest remain white. You can keep the same pattern with the enclosed toilet as in this picture. Remember, anything dark will need perfect lighting to fully appreciate the outcome. Glass is in the thing Glass shower enclosures are particularly sleek. Your bathroom is still one entity, but the walk-in shower is separated from the tub. A tile wall goes well with this setting. If your bathroom leans toward white, use a striking color like gold, and brass for the taps, showerhead, and glass door handle. Remodel a framed shower to a glass wall shower to separate the tub from the shower. Glass is better than separating the areas with a curtain, which does not dry as quickly as glass, and, therefore, makes the bathroom humid and stuffy. Mosaic tile flooring If you are into patterns, there is a wide range of mosaic tiles you can pick. With such a floor, keep the cabinets and walls monochrome to prevent the room from looking busy. You can add picture frames in the bathroom and plant or flower pots in the kitchen to give the counters a bit of oomph. The shape and sizes of tiles you choose are up to you. Common shapes of mosaic tiles are square, rectangular, or pentagon. The good thing with mosaic tiles, you can introduce patterns and designs of what you want yours to look like. Create a grand entrance In the literal sense, you can make the entryway to the bathroom arched. If there is a separate door to the toilet, you can create a border all-around the doorframe with a pattern of your liking. Doors do not always have to be plain and rectangular. Newer kitchen designs are moving away from the open plan kitchen, and such entryways are becoming more acceptable instead of a wide-open area. Make your walls pop A good wall is bold, beautiful, and full of personality. If you have it in your bathroom, keep the tub, floor rugs, and floating shelves plain. It helps everything to work with a standout wall pattern. You can have this wallpaper on all your bathroom walls or one wall. A big kitchen might not look pleasing with very bright walls. If it is an open plan or candy bar design one, the brightly patterned walls might interfere with the ongoing décor in adjacent spaces, like the living room, dining room, or any close by banisters. However, a colorful wall brightens up small spaces. You can include it to you have a small kitchen or bathroom. Floating shelves More storage means more organization. The kitchen and bathroom are two places always in need of storage space for the items you reach out for often, sometimes multiple times. You can use your floating shelf in the kitchen to place the spices you use most. Or as extra space to place utensils. In the bathroom, use the floating shelf to place a hand wash, small hand towels, a small plant for décor, and anything lightweight that you use frequently. Combine contemporary and rustic Your remodel or renovation is a chance to explore unique options. New designs are one way to create a functional yet beautiful blend of a bathroom or kitchen. Rustic elements are detailed, playful, and interesting. If you go all rustic, it creates a warm feel to the room, with oranges, browns, dry leaf colors. A subtle touch of rustic appeal, though toned down, is still spectacular. For instance, you can maintain white walls in your kitchen, but have more edgy darker cabinets installed, to replace smooth-looking ones. If you do not gravitate toward the modern white kitchen, then a completely or somewhat warm and rustic one may appeal to you. Bathroom renovation and kitchen remodeling are exciting. But picking the right design can be overwhelming since there are so many options available. Here at Home Concepts, we will turn those inspirations into realities. These examples will guide you to make the right choice and increase the value of your home through practical improvements and additions. Call us today for your New Jersey kitchen and bathroom renovations.
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Inspiring Examples of Indoor Living Spaces Are you about to make major changes to your bathroom and kitchen? It is always great to remodel and renovate to make your space more functional, more beautiful, or even more personal. It is a great opportunity to fix wear and tear and prevent further damage to your home as well. As for your indoor living spaces, it is always great to start by checking out inspirational remodel projects. Check out these kitchen and bathroom designs as you plan for the bathroom renovation or kitchen remodeling. Marble kitchen countertops and walls Marble is more or less the mainstay of modern renovation. Do not stop at the countertops with marble. Adding marble to the walls gives your kitchen a cool, sophisticated, and luxurious look. Marble is a great complement to your kitchen floor because it creates a good environment to work in by maintaining a warm look and feel. Choose from different kinds and colors of marble to match with the rest of your décor. If you are looking for an urbane and durable finish, try it. As a bonus, the material ages like fine wine. Two colors only Easier said than done. The temptation to have variety can throw you off the rail on this one. You can try minimalism on color for your bathroom renovation or kitchen remodel. For example, a white and black bathroom looks polished, clean, and relaxing. You can combine grey and white if black is too strong for your liking. Add a third color for small fixtures like drawer and cabinet handles. This can be brass or gold, which will create small breakpoints from the two colors theme. You can play around with warmer colors as well. Try green and cream, light brown and dark brown, brown and white, or navy blue and white. The most important thing is to get the transitions right. Create contrasts that work A dark wall, two bright walls, and a wooden floor seem like good examples of contrasting features that work in a unified manner to beautify your space. It is chic without looking congested. The dark wall can be dark green, black, or grey. Maintain white for the sinks and other items, with the occasional dark item matching the dark wall. Add woody shelves to give the space an earthy vibe. You can have one stone or brick wall while the rest remain white. You can keep the same pattern with the enclosed toilet as in this picture. Remember, anything dark will need perfect lighting to fully appreciate the outcome. Glass is in the thing Glass shower enclosures are particularly sleek. Your bathroom is still one entity, but the walk-in shower is separated from the tub. A tile wall goes well with this setting. If your bathroom leans toward white, use a striking color like gold, and brass for the taps, showerhead, and glass door handle. Remodel a framed shower to a glass wall shower to separate the tub from the shower. Glass is better than separating the areas with a curtain, which does not dry as quickly as glass, and, therefore, makes the bathroom humid and stuffy. Mosaic tile flooring If you are into patterns, there is a wide range of mosaic tiles you can pick. With such a floor, keep the cabinets and walls monochrome to prevent the room from looking busy. You can add picture frames in the bathroom and plant or flower pots in the kitchen to give the counters a bit of oomph. The shape and sizes of tiles you choose are up to you. Common shapes of mosaic tiles are square, rectangular, or pentagon. The good thing with mosaic tiles, you can introduce patterns and designs of what you want yours to look like. Create a grand entrance In the literal sense, you can make the entryway to the bathroom arched. If there is a separate door to the toilet, you can create a border all-around the doorframe with a pattern of your liking. Doors do not always have to be plain and rectangular. Newer kitchen designs are moving away from the open plan kitchen, and such entryways are becoming more acceptable instead of a wide- open area. Make your walls pop A good wall is bold, beautiful, and full of personality. If you have it in your bathroom, keep the tub, floor rugs, and floating shelves plain. It helps everything to work with a standout wall pattern. You can have this wallpaper on all your bathroom walls or one wall. A big kitchen might not look pleasing with very bright walls. If it is an open plan or candy bar design one, the brightly patterned walls might interfere with the ongoing décor in adjacent spaces, like the living room, dining room, or any close by banisters. However, a colorful wall brightens up small spaces. You can include it to you have a small kitchen or bathroom. Floating shelves More storage means more organization. The kitchen and bathroom are two places always in need of storage space for the items you reach out for often, sometimes multiple times. You can use your floating shelf in the kitchen to place the spices you use most. Or as extra space to place utensils. In the bathroom, use the floating shelf to place a hand wash, small hand towels, a small plant for décor, and anything lightweight that you use frequently. Combine contemporary and rustic Your remodel or renovation is a chance to explore unique options. New designs are one way to create a functional yet beautiful blend of a bathroom or kitchen. Rustic elements are detailed, playful, and interesting. If you go all rustic, it creates a warm feel to the room, with oranges, browns, dry leaf colors. A subtle touch of rustic appeal, though toned down, is still spectacular. For instance, you can maintain white walls in your kitchen, but have more edgy darker cabinets installed, to replace smooth-looking ones. If you do not gravitate toward the modern white kitchen, then a completely or somewhat warm and rustic one may appeal to you. Bathroom renovation and kitchen remodeling are exciting. But picking the right design can be overwhelming since there are so many options available. Here at Home Concepts, we will turn those inspirations into realities. These examples will guide you to make the right choice and increase the value of your home through practical improvements and additions. Call us today for your New Jersey kitchen and bathroom renovations.
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