How do you make a bold statement without being so bold? Do something small, but sensational, like changing the style of your kitchen backsplash! By choosing an accentuating backsplash, it helps make the ambience of the kitchen more relaxed, making it a room you feel comfortable in rather than a place you dread. The backsplash can be a wall covering or just an accent, but what a great way to unexpectedly incorporate your style into a room of your home.
Farmhouse entryways are trending! They bring a rustic, yet modern feel giving your home an eclectic style. Whether you put this design in the foyer, or near the backdoor as more of a mudroom, these traditional, locker room-styled organizers, help in all seasons. Even if you don't have kids, this design is great, practical, and ideal for any person in the house!
Built-ins are a great way to create more storage without having the bulkiness of furniture pieces. All of these pictures, taken from Pinterest, show a variety of ways that built-ins are practical and useful in everyday living spaces. These built-ins can be multi-functional so that every homeowner can use the built-ins to their full capacity. Whether you want your built-in to be open storage or enclosed, it is a great way to organize your stuff without having an overwhelming mess!
Who says that the men are the only ones to get their own hideaway rooms? She sheds trending for the ladies who need their own space for reading, crafts, or even just a small space to get some time to yourself. Your she shed can be connected to your house, for convenience or it could be a small stroll from the house to balance between distance and security. What a creative way to indulge yourself!
Formal dining rooms are coming back into style, but there's a way to make your dining room modern, but maintain that traditional reputation. Put anchor chairs at the ends of the table to give that unique accent. Or if you don't like chairs, try an upholstered bench or an open one as an area for the kids. Don't like the typical rectangular table? Circular tables are great additions and can still have the capability of adding leaves for more room. Whether the room is used for eating, a place for homework and crafts, or even for displaying china, a multi-purpose room can look picturesque.
Help make your pet feel like part of the family, with these innovative designs! Create a bathing area that is specifically for your pet and easier on your back. Or create inconspicuous storage for their food, toys, treats, and even leashes. This helps the pet feel that they have a space of their own, while in turn helping you by not tripping over their stuff or see a constant mess.
Do you like the look of marble, but think it's a bit out of your price range? Or even don't want all the repercussions of the maintenance that is reputable with marble? There's a way to achieve that high-end ambience without breaking the bank! These quartz and porcelain marble tiles replicate marble without all the hassle. How pretty!
What better way to enjoy the warm weather than sitting out in the sun on your porch. Enclose it and make it enjoyable all year round, keep it open for the natural sunlight and breeze, or just put a unique piece, like swing seating.
Want to have botanicals, but don't want them always on a table? Make a living wall or a vertical garden! You can use succulents, herbs, or even artificial plants. They can be practical with herbs for cooking, they can be decorative and used in a picture frame, or just for aesthetics by going artificial. Indoor or outdoors, these can be displayed year round!
Does a room in your home feel too big? Need some way to hone into its individuality without changing the essence of the room? Add an area rug! Whether it be bohemian style, round, a pattern that creates a bold statement, a material that matches the ambience, or even just something neutral to marry it to the room, there are designs for any characteristic.
CREATIVE DESIGN CONCEPTS, INC
Creative Design Concepts offers interior design services for residential and commercial interior spaces. Our studio is located in Barrington, Illinois.