Maybe you’re building a brand new home from the ground up, or you’re interested in doing a complete kitchen remodel. Even if you aren’t in the market for a total re-do, one or two trendy updates can bring your kitchen or bath into the 21st century.
Pipes with Pull – Looking through Houzz and magazines, we see pipe fittings and brass hardware everywhere. You can find knobs and pulls like this many places on the web starting around $7, or get on your DIY pants and head to your local hardware store.
Moroccan Mosaics – Skip the squared ceramic tile and opt for something with shape and drama this year like this Vibe Ashbury Mosiac tile in Key Lime by Walker Zanger. Good for bathroom walls / floors, shower walls / floors, vanity tops, kitchen backsplashes and light traffic flooring.
Upcycled Island – Dressers, desks, workbenches, we have seen it all lately when it comes to upcycled kitchen islands. Great for renters and homeowners that could use the additional worktop or a statement pieces but maybe don’t want a permanent structure in their space. Add some lockable casters for even more flexibility.
A Water Wall – In shower technology, WaterTile bodysprays lie virtually flush to the wall and can be placed almost anywhere. This square 54-nozzle configuration by Kohler delivers a relaxing spray for a soothing hydrotherapy experience.
Easy Care Counter Tops – Man-made quartz is prized for its durability and zero upkeep, not to mention it comes in a large variety of colors.
Water Proof Flooring – Wood-look vinyl planks go down quickly, look realistic and, what’s more, should a pipe spring a leak—or worse—they can be pulled up, dried out, and reinstalled.