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Kitchen Trend :: Waterfall Countertop

neolith marble waterfall countertop // kitchen island

It’s a kitchen trend I’ve seen grow over the past few years. A waterfall countertop is a a great solution to finish off the ends of cabinets while adding a modern, decorative touch. The clean-lined look is something I was drawn to and included in my own kitchen renovation. Originally the second island was suppose to seat two to three and have storage on the opposite side. As the kitchen process evolved, I revised the plan to seat four by removing the under counter cabinetry. The island basically evolved into a parsons style table when I added the waterfall countertop in ultra durable marble patterned neolith. It’s such a heavy piece that it’s actually a movable table, not a set island. The finished piece is pictured above and posted on Instagram a few weeks back.

I’m so happy with the finished look, I wanted to share with you some of my inspiration…

marble waterfall countertop // kitchen island

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In this kitchen designed by Ashley Garrison, Ashley Garrison Interiors Inc. features a center island wrapped in carrara marble – the perfect stone to contrast the warm driftwood cabinetry.
marble waterfall countertops // kitchen island

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Isn’t this kitchen island stunning? The marble pattern on the turned counter really steals the show in this kitchen.

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Here’s another beautiful kitchen (designed by Leslie Cotter Interiors) featuring a marble waterfall countertop used to cover the island. The marble edge is less chunky than the previous example.

limestone waterfall countertop // kitchen island

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This sleek kitchen island design by Liz Hand Woods balances warm wood tones with limestone waterfall countertops. So chic!

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This large, square island in kitchen designed by Kelly Hinchman of Studio H Design Group allows for some serious storage. The waterfall edge countertop in all white (perhaps quartz) adds to the sleek, modern feel.

concrete waterfall countertops // kitchen

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Concrete is another material that looks great wrapped around cabinets. I love it here paired with white cabinets and floors.

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Read full story By on February 28, 2017 in contemporary decor, design trends, Features, interior design, Interiors, Kitchen, kitchens, tile

Friday Finds :: Copper Decor

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copper kitchen #range #copper

It’s uses vary from a conductor of heat and electricity to coins. It’s also making a big comeback in home decor. Copper (aka the chemical element Cu) with it’s striking reddish-orange color is being incorporated throughout the home and most noticeably in kitchens and bathrooms. The kitchen above not only features timeless polished copper cookware, but a stunning range in the finish.

Love the look too? Today’s Friday Finds are a round-up of copper decor accents that could be easily incorporated into your own home.

friday finds // copper decor // @simplifiedbee

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1 tiered wire baskets // 2 utensil holder // 3 pendant lighting // 4 coat hook // 5 brushed copper lid box

*first image via Artichoke

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Read full story By on January 6, 2017 in color, copper, design trends, Features, friday find, Friday Finds, home accessories, lighting, storage

Design Trend :: Black Kitchens

After the master bathroom renovation is complete, we will be tackling a larger project: our kitchen and great room. I’m leaning toward a white/neutral kitchen, but have been drawn to black kitchens. It’s a design trend that’s certainly picked up over the last couple years. I’ve spotted sleek black cabinetry in all types of kitchens from traditional to modern. Here are a few of my favorites.

black kitchen cabinetsblack kitchen cabinetsblack cabinet // amber interiorsblack modern kitchen // lonnyblack + white kitchen // Marianne Brandiblack kitchen // lisa mende design

image sources: 1 // 2 // 3 // 4 // 5 // 6

black paint colors for kitchens

one pitch black by farrow & ball // two pitch by serena & lily

three universal black by benjamin moore // four night by serena & lily

five tricorn black by sherwin-williams

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Read full story By on April 11, 2016 in color, design trends, Features, interior design, Interiors, Kitchen

2016 Decor Trends :: Tribal Rugs

Tribal rugs, famous for their elaborate color and artistic design, have been handcrafted and cherished for centuries. Over the past decade muted rugs in general were in big demand, however in the last year I’ve been spotting more and more rugs in bright, vivid colorways – many showcasing beautiful tribal patterns. Tribal rugs in jewel tones such as blue, red and bright pink are popping up in a variety of interiors and in every inch of the home. I’m loving the revival and was thrilled to hear that interior designer, Naomi Stein of Design Manifest is predicting these exotic textiles are continuing to trend in 2016.

tribal rugs // bathroom // amber interiors

Upon my return from a trip to Morocco, its become clear to me that tribal rugs are here to stay.  Typically woven by hand by nomads in Turkey and Morocco, these rugs are versatile pieces of art.  They work seamlessly in both traditional and modern spaces.  They can be used as a pop of color in a neutral space, or a compliment in saturated room.  Used in virtually every room in the house, from kitchens, to bedrooms, to living spaces, they can be a fun, cozy accent that is sure to bring some vitality to your home.  Worried about mixing other patterns with a tribal rug?  Stripes, buffalo check, mudcloth and animal print work great with these rugs! – Naomi Stein

TRIBAL RUG // VIA DOMAINE SUSANA ANDERSONTRIBAL RUG IN TRADITIONAL ENTRY // KATIE LEETRIBAL RUG ON STAIRSTRIBAL RUG WITH STRIPES AND ANIMAL PRINT VIA DOMINOtribal rug in kitchen // Jamie Keskin Design

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Read full story By on February 3, 2016 in Bathroom, bathrooms, Bedroom, bedrooms, design trends, Features, foyers, interior design, Interiors, Kitchen, Living Room, pattern, rugs, textiles