Home renovations can take your home from basic to wow. Whether you’re getting ready to sell, or wanting an upgrade for yourself, renovating the kitchen is the perfect place to start.
The kitchen is the heart of the home, and it can serve as an entertainment space as well as a functional space to cook and enjoy food. When your kitchen is a place you love, having a few friends over for dinner spontaneously is so much easier. Use our tips to help you renovate your kitchen space on a price-friendly budget.
With the New Year kicking in at full speed, new interior design trends are rising in 2016. Building on and shedding some of last year’s styles, 2020 has is filled with fresh and improved ideas for your living room. Here’s the FineFurnitureLosAngeles guide to the hottest living room trends in 2020.
Workspaces in the living room
Recent years have relocated the computer away from proper workspaces. While teens and adults everywhere are happy with the convenience of the bed or couch, they are placed in a new environment full of distractions.
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Now is always a perfect time to remodel different spaces in your home, from the bedroom to the office. New interior design trends are becoming rapidly and wildly popular, but there are quite a few that you need to steer clear of. This is the FineFurnitureLosAngeles guide to kitchen trends to avoid in 2016
It’s easy to get hung up on the look of the tile or the finish of the wood, and forget to check if the kitchen is hindering itself. Make sure your cabinets can be open at the same time as the dishwasher, or that your island isn’t taking up too much room. Continue reading →
The kitchen has evolved from its pragmatic existence to the versatile hub of the home. Whether you’re looking for a complete overhaul or a simple spruce to liven up the space, look to the kitchen trends of 2020 to blend elegant functionality with your unique taste.
1. Muted color palette
Muted colors in a cottage white kitchen. Photography by Steve Larkin
Trying to choose between trendy and timeless? Well, fret no more, because timeless kitchen design is now trendy. Muted colors and neutral palettes will reign over cabinets and backsplashes while lighter wood tones will dominate this year. Don’t take our word for it — even Pantone agrees. Rose Quartz and Serenity, Pantone’s 2016 Colors of the Year, among other muted colors, will bring a softer and more tranquil tone to your home. Continue reading →
Not every room in your house is built to spacious dimensions, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make it look bigger than it actually is. The human mind is complex and intricate, but it can still be fooled by cleverly used optical illusions. Working with these psychological hiccups will allow you to make a small room seem much larger than it actually is.
A smaller home will often blur the lines between rooms, leading many homeowners to present rooms as if they were a combined unit. If you live in an apartment or studio, you know all too well how your kitchen and living room are blended together. There can be some aesthetic and functional restrictions when designing, but FineFurnitureLosAngeles is here to make sure you’re able to craft a perfect space.
If you’re planning to remodel your kitchen soon, you’re likely studying the latest trends, comparing prices, and thinking you’re going to have to spend a whole lot of time and money to have a beautiful and functional space. That’s not true, because as long as you know how to remodel, you’ll be able to make something perfect. Nest&Home is here to make sure you can build a kitchen that’s perfect for your home.
1. Maximize Walkway Space
Homeowners everywhere understand that the kitchen requires a lot of space if you want to cook comfortably. Pathways in the kitchen should be at least 42 inches wide in a one-cook area. 48 inches of space is ideal if you want to cook with someone in a two-cook space. This means adjusting your island so that you can have enough room to perfect your culinary skills.
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Bathrooms are often envisioned to be one of the most dangerous locations in the home, often being the sites of numerous falls, collisions, and cuts. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 235,000 nonlethal bathroom injuries occurred in the U.S. in 20081. Majority of these accidents take place in the shower or bath, with victims slipping and falling. Common injuries include abrasions, sprains, fractures, and concussions, and occur more often in older adults than other age demographics.
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Sectionals and sofas are very often confused, used interchangeably or even paired together as “sectional sofas.” There are a few reasons for this, the primary being the fact that many people are simply confused between the two. So let’s clear up the confusion!
I was recently out shopping with a client at a furnishing store when the sales person offered an additional furniture protection plan. Initially, my client was unsure and looked at me with the “Is this something I need or is this sales lady just taking a large chunk of commission out of my purchase” look. She responded politely with the “I’ll think about it” response and agreed that we would discuss the protection plan later.
When we finally made our way to a corner in the showroom, she asked me if furniture protection plans are really worth it. I smiled and shook my head, “No, furniture protection plans aren’t worth it in my professional opinion.” What’s more, the sales reps usually make a 20% commission on protection plans. Not a bad incentive right?