What's not to love about transitional kitchen design? Besides being the most widely spec'd style by kitchen designers according to the National Kitchen & Bath Association, transitional gives what many of us are always on the look for -- balance.
Floating vanities continue to be one of the more popular bathroom design trends out there, offering a custom look to even the smallest of bathroom spaces.
The popularity of grey in the kitchen has skyrocketed, growing 266% in usage since 2010 according to the National Kitchen & Bath Association’s 2012 Kitchen & Bath Style Report. But for many, choosing between white and grey is a difficult final choice when it comes to color in the kitchen.
Redesign your bathroom for ultimate trim-to-faucet compatibility. Take a look at this bathroom project and let the inspirational juices flow.
There's nothing that says "pinnacle of technological achievement" like a sleek, modern bathroom. Radiant-heated floors and hand showers aside, here are the top three most popular bathroom design trends according to a recent survey from the American Institute of Architects (AIA):
Do you have a small kitchen? Are you lacking storage space for all of the pots and pans you've collected over the years? With these 5 tips you can maximize your kitchen storage capacity with ease:
Sure, your bathroom's vanity is the most obvious place to concern yourself with lighting. But what about the places where the sun don't shine? Your shower, toilet, and other focal points need love too:
Kitchens are further cementing their place as the heart of the home. Here are the top 3 most popular kitchen design trends according to a recent survey conducted by the American Institute of Architects (AIA):
Induction cooking is all the rage these days. So why should you jump on the bandwagon? Here are the top 3 things you need to know:
We know you're smart. I mean, just visiting Washington Home & Garden makes you a genius in our eyes. But we know you strive to be smarter, especially when it comes to home design. Here are 5 tips to boost the IQ points of your kitchen and bathroom.
Let's face it, your kitchen is boring. Make it interesting by turning it into a pub. Oh, is your significant other frowning in your direction? Abscond to whatever cave you have set up shop there instead. Either way, the one thing you'll need to get started on your journey is a cool way to serve beer. And there's no better way to do this than to make a kegerator. Here are your instructions: