Black Gloss Bathroom FurnitureBlack Gloss Bathroom Furniture

For the sanitary ware go with wall-hung or standard close-coupled toilet and basin with pedestal with acute angles and a contemporary design. Abstract towel rails and wenge wall-hung furniture fit well in the fantasy bathroom giving it that calm almost surreal look.

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Black Bathroom VanityBlack Bathroom Vanity

Modern bathrooms are all about what you do with the space you have. Within many bathrooms there is little room to work with so making the most of the space is essential. This is why fitted bathroom suites are now so popular. Having bathroom furniture made to measure is one of the most practical design solutions when remodeling the bathroom.

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Butcher Block Kitchen IslandButcher Block Kitchen Island

Tile Kitchen Counters. One of the more affordable counter choices (starting at $30 per square foot installed) ceramic or stone tile is incredibly durable and one of the few DIY countertop options. Maintenance can be difficult with all that grout but choosing a durable and dark grout can make things easier.

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Transitional Living roomTransitional Living room

Firstly you need to choose the colour palette you want to work with. Calming colours are always a good choice such as pastels and neutrals. Choosing these colours will also make it easy to match furniture and other elements together in the room. Remember simple is always best.

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Transitional KitchenTransitional Kitchen

The U‐shaped kitchen lends itself to high‐efficiency cooking: You can often pivot on one toe as you spin around from refrigerator to sink to stove. A good friend and accomplished cook swears by this kitchen layout. He loves it because it keeps people out of the way when he's cooking. Guests can hang out as long as they stay on "that" side of the peninsula! The U‐shaped kitchen (also called the C‐shaped kitchen) is the perfect expression of the work triangle we hear so much about in kitchen design.

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Transitional Dining roomTransitional Dining room

Traditionally dining room sets were composed of a large rectangular table surrounded by chairs. The two chairs at either head had arms while the chairs along the sides were armless. The furniture is almost always made of wood and prior to the 19th century unique to each home. While custom pieces are still available today they can be prohibitively expensive. Here is a look at some of the more common styles of tables and chairs that are available today.

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Transitional BedroomTransitional Bedroom

Size & profile of household: Whether it is a joint family or a Nuclear family bedrooms are always considered private. Based on the interest of the dweller the bedroom should be furnished. Kids require a combination of a playful & serene environment. Adolescents require privacy in their bedroom. Elderly people need accessible furniture in their bedroom. So take into account everything.

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Traditional Living roomTraditional Living room

Dining room sets form one of the most important accessories of any living room. And because of this they have to match just about everything in the dining room. Sofas fabrics and the wall should also blend in color so as give your living room an extraordinary look. When selecting color you need bright colors that will compliment each other and at the same time make your room appears more spacious. Colors such as lemon white lemon shades and even peach when combined will give your living room extra space together with a sense of comfort. Dark colors on the other hand may not be the best for your room. Not only will they make the room appear smaller but may make it appear intense and intimate.

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Traditional KitchenTraditional Kitchen

Dark counters in tones such as black or charcoal can appear very gothic in some situations and perfectly harmonious in others. If you have dark cabinetry dark floors or other rich and weighty finishes a dark countertop will fit right in. In this example you can see that the white counter is the one that pops compared with the island counter which almost blends into the deep wood drawer fronts. If you’re going for a dark‐on‐dark palette it helps to have lots of light sources natural or added (or both). This will keep the space feeling cozy and sophisticated instead of just cave‐like.

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