Black Gloss Bathroom FurnitureBlack Gloss Bathroom Furniture

The Traditional bathroom can mean either traditional in terms of Edwardian or Victorian style or in respect to a standard white bathroom with basic sanitary ware and bath. Here we'll be looking at the style of bathroom design where it all started. The Edwardian bathroom.

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Kitchen Island DesignsKitchen Island Designs

Lighter woods tend to have more of a casual or rustic feel compared with darker‐stained options. Light‐stained or unstained woods can have a cottage‐inspired feel or a Scandinavian vibe depending on whether you pair them with traditional or modern accouterments. In either case a traditional runner rug makes an excellent complement. Darker woods come off a little more formal and polished than lighter tones. They lend a certain gravity to a space which can work well in areas that are already bright and breezy with lots of windows. When mixing wood counters with other wood finishes it’s often best to stick to either warm or cool tones across the board. Red‐brown woods are more traditional while ashy gray tones have been a popular modern trend in recent years. Whichever tones you prefer they will be less likely to clash if you stick to one family or the other.

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Kitchen Countertop IdeasKitchen Countertop Ideas

Ecofriendly Kitchen Counters. A little research is really all that's required today to make your new kitchen ecofriendly. The wide variety of material styles and costs – from salvaged wood to Bio‐Glass to bamboo (shown in this photo) – means you can find just the right green countertop material for your home.

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Kitchen ChalkboardKitchen Chalkboard

Older homes with smaller kitchens sometimes have the refrigerator inside the "U" but that really eats into the counter space. Most often you’ll see a U‐shaped kitchen with the refrigerator on the adjacent wall right outside the "U" which is fine. It’s still within the work triangle. One signature of the U‐shaped kitchen is the peninsula. In this case it doesn’t have seating due to the passageway between rooms. The lack of kitchen seating is often the reason people prefer the L‐shaped kitchen with an island to the U‐shaped kitchen.

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Butcher Block Kitchen IslandButcher Block Kitchen Island

Engineered Quartz Kitchen Counters. Perfect for the customized home engineered quartz comes in just about every shade imaginable. This engineered product combines ground quartz resin and pigments for a tough nonporous material. Great ecofriendly attributes makes it a safe bet for green homes too. Get ready to pay up though since costs range from $95 to $105 per square foot installed.

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Transitional Living roomTransitional Living room

Possibly the easiest and most tried-and-true method for getting a great looking interior decor is to choose to invest in living room furniture sets instead of picking out individual furniture items such as coffee tables a sofa armchairs and bookcases indeed there are a number of advantages to doing this.

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Transitional KitchenTransitional Kitchen

If you're doing tile or stone floors work on picking those materials at the same time as cabinets backsplash and countertops. The relationships among these materials is critical. It's tough to mix different types of stone and tile unless you want your kitchen to look like a showroom.

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Transitional Dining roomTransitional Dining room

A Dining Area Not a Room. Not everyone has a separate space in their home to use as a dining room. If your eating area consists of a bar or kitchen island you can still spice up this space with some modern style bar stools. Designs include slightly sophisticated stools whimsical style stools and extremely unique stools. You can select from white black or red. Mixing the colors will liven up your dining area.

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