Clutter. We all have it. But psssst….that doesn’t mean we have to LOOK at it. Am I right?
It’s a proven fact that if our spaces are neat and organized, we tend to be twice as productive and energized. But life happens, and sometimes the clutter bug takes over before we can get it under control. But fear not, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a few foolproof ways to contain your clutter.
MWUAAAH HAHA HAAA HA.
Did I scare you?
No? Not really? Well, what can I say. Being scary isn’t my forte. But Halloween is, that’s for sure.
It’s our family’s favorite holiday, so we love to go all out. And while we may not be the “scary” Halloween types, we sure love to have fun with it. We bust the costumes out early and we decorate as soon as October hits. Or leaf falls. Whichever comes first.
They say the kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s where families gather, cook, dine, and live. It’s the homework station, the landing spot at the end of a long day, and the hub for holiday meals. It’s arguably the most multi-functional space in the home, which is why it has to be COMFORTABLE.
"Farmhouse Style" is most certainly having a moment. Thanks to the likes of Rachel Ashwell and Joanna Gaines, the simple country style has recently gone mainstream. And also, morphed into its own separate category. But when it actually comes down to it…what IS “farmhouse style”? It’s one of the most commonly asked questions, and rightfully so…because the answer differs, depending on who you ask.
Let's face it, besides the kitchen, the laundry room is one of the most used rooms in a home. We all spend way more time in there than we would like and homeowners are embracing it and making this space stylish yet multi-functional.
Adding natural elements to your home’s interiors is nothing new in the design world and is definitely not a trend but a must! If it’s good enough for Mother Nature, it’s good enough for our homes! Bringing nature inside introduces an organic and calming feeling into a space. Natural stone, brick, seagrass, and plants are all elements that are easily incorporated into a home. Whatever you choose and how you choose to incorporate it should speak to your style and not compete against your preferred design style. All types of interiors can have a natural element introduced and it work well with the rest of the space.
You have made all the selections for your new kitchen, the perfect layout, the just-right shade of white cabinets, a tile backsplash that is a stunner, and just one selection remains...the cabinet hardware. It may seem like such a small decision but the hardware can help tie together and solidify the style of the space.
Lighting is one of the most important elements in kitchen design. The combination of ambient (or general) lighting, task lighting, and accent lighting help accentuate all the other design elements in the room like cabinetry, countertops, and décor.
Here at Cabinets.com, we are huge fans of a two-toned kitchen, which is where there is more than one finish selected for the cabinetry. By changing up the finish within the space, you add a sense of uniqueness and style.