Evoking the beauty in simplicity with neutral tones and repeated patterns, this Arizona home celebrates open, yet defined spaces with shape, pattern, and light.
Glass — a material with origins that date back to several thousand years ago — is resurfacing in new, innovative ways throughout today’s residential and commercial spaces. From storefronts with all-glass windows to coffee tables with shadow boxes, glass reflects your personal style as well as a transparent design theme.
As our living spaces evolve, new trends arise and timeless elements remain, but functionality and comfort continue to be ever-important. New homes must embody this flexibility, so we’re proud to once again partner with The New American Home to illustrate the advancements and aesthetics of today’s modern living. Professional Builder explored how ‘transitional style meets state-of-the-art construction smarts’ in this Montverde, Florida residence.
Geometric designs enable one-of-a-kind plays on pattern. From a minimal design touch in a guest bath to an expansive accent wall, chevron is making a lasting statement across design-forward interiors.
A space defined by innovation and built for functionality, San Diego’s new WD-40 Company headquarters resemble an office-turned-village, evoking the company’s community-centric culture. Each work station in the building is exactly the same size with access to natural daylight – enabling a collaborative environment that aligns with a comfortable, at-home feel.
When we discovered GLIDDEN’s 2018 color of the year, Deep Onyx, we were inspired to dive into how black, a ‘back to the basics’ hue, is making a comeback as a true design force in 2018.
From cabinets to curtains, you will find a myriad of design elements with neutral bases throughout a home. Today’s residential designs are elevating neutrals by pairing them with captivating new patterns, angles, and textures.
Topics: Interior Design
Known as the “heart of the home,” the kitchen continues to make a design statement in the home for guests, and for homeowners. With many considerations for the kitchen - from pendant lighting to stovetop to flooring - one of our favorites is the backsplash. Backsplashes highlight different colors, materials, and shapes, as well as an integral element - scale.