Take a look at these inspiring and on-trend bathroom ideas to help you make the most of your wash space.
There’s a reason why decorating with subway tile is perpetually popular, especially in the kitchen. Not only is it a timeless and classic look, but subway tiles are also hard-wearing and well-priced. Here are some of House & Home‘s best kitchen designs that incorporate the beloved tile.
As we transition our spaces welcoming each season, we consider ways to refresh each vignette and breathe new life into our surroundings.
As a surface pattern and graphic designer, Kimberly Senn of Senn & Sons spends her days steeped in punchy colors and energetic patterns. But when it came to redesigning her personal sanctuary — a drab bedroom and cramped bathroom in her contemporary Craftsman home in Edina, Minnesota — her design instinct veered in another direction. “I needed a place to rest my eyes,” says Kimberly.
In swooped Victoria Sass, principal and design director of Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Prospect Refuge Studio. “It looked very… 2006. That is to say, dated and a bit dark,” says Victoria. “The wall paint was a dingy taupe, the frieze carpet had seen better days, and the fireplaces were clad in an applied slate tile that had no magic about it.” Yes, fireplaces – plural. Sort of. A two-way fireplace between the bedroom and bathroom provided a challenging opportunity for two complementary tile designs.
Together, the duo created two mellow, tranquil spaces for Kimberly and her husband, Marty – and occasionally their sons, Hugo and Freddie, and pup, Ruthie, too – to ease into each morning and wind down each night.
In 2021, a house is more than just a home base. Our dwellings have become a sanctuary for work, play and relaxation now more than ever — so it’s natural to want to invest our energy into customizing our living spaces. But what decorating trends are out (hint: here’s Scott McGillivray’s opinion), and which renovation ideas are the most practical (and pretty) to spend our precious time and dollars on right now? Whether you’re tackling a major house renovation or just want to know the home design trends that can give your living space a little boost, these are our picks for the top design and renovation features your home needs this year.
When it comes to home design, there are plenty of exciting ideas for 2021 — but some are better suited to a rental property than others. Whether you’re already lucky enough to already own a US vacation property (and you want to make the most of it) or you’re planning how you might update a rental property if you buy one this year, remodelling a rental property investment is a great way to enhance its value and attract more and higher-paying renters. From multi-functional spaces to hands-free upgrades and more, these remodeling trends can help make your rental property a must-book location — and a smarter investment — this year.
Could you benefit from a change of scenery? You’re not alone — and that could equate to a big financial opportunity. After many months of staying home, it feels like everyone is ready to start dreaming of the bright getaways on the horizon. If you own a US vacation property or are thinking of making a rental property investment across the border, now could be the perfect time to do a home renovation to create a must-rent listing for years to come. But what home improvements add the most value to a vacation property?
Now more than ever, our spaces have to do it all. From closets that have become our home offices to backyards that extend beyond patio season, scroll down to see how rooms have stepped up to the demands of sheltering in place!
When it comes to the kitchen, some things are timeless — you want it to be clean, you want it to be functional and you want it to be comfortable. With all that as a given, however, every year brings a new mix of kitchen ideas to make your space its most stylish. Whether you’re dreaming of a sleek new kitchen or you’re looking for some design inspo for a little spruce up, we’ve rounded up 15 of the top kitchen trends for 2021.