Whether you are planning for a full-scale remodel or are just looking to refresh elements of your kitchen, there’s some really exciting design trends emerging in 2019. Choosing to leave the stark whiteness or introducing some high tech to make life easier, this year is all about leaving behind the old dated kitchen styles and embracing new and dynamic looks. Here are five kitchen design trends to refresh your cooking space.
- February 27, 2019
When it comes to choosing the right team to partner with for your kitchen or bathroom renovation, there are some common mistakes many people make that unfortunately inevitably leads to wasted time and money as well as heartache and stress. Today we’re sharing 5 things to look for when choosing a renovation company to be sure you’re happy not only with the end result but with the journey to get there.
To get the best out of your kitchen, you need to give careful thought to the lighting design. The right lighting choices will not only illuminate your work areas, they’ll accentuate and complement architectural and decorative elements of a kitchen. Using multiple light sources can create zones within a kitchen. Good lighting design can easily and affordably refresh your kitchen and create the ‘wow’ factor. Here are Nu-Look’s five ways to update your kitchen lighting.
Functional, stylish and spacious – bathrooms are now being seen as a space devoted to personal wellbeing and a haven to recharge and destress. All of the 2019 design trends for bathrooms are around making the space not only a practical one but where you can have quiet time and unwind. Here are Nu-Look’s top 5 bathroom design trends in 2019. 1. NATURAL MATERIALS Natural materials are experiencing a renaissance in modern bathrooms as homeowners look to create a warm…
Many homeowners are looking to renovate their bathrooms to become more like relaxing, calming sanctuaries. The Scandi interior is being captured in many bathrooms with its signature balance of clean lines and textures making it appealing for a retreat styled space. Here are 5 ideas to turn your bathroom into a scandinavian haven.
Too much colour in a kitchen can become overpowering but only using a neutral colour palette can easily become too bland so how do you find a happy medium? Pastels are a clever decorating tool to give your kitchen subtle colour while at the same time enhancing natural light. Not just for nurseries or for channeling the 1950s look, a pastel palette can look sophisticated and is often less confronting than bold hues. So how do you style your kitchen with a splash of pastel to bring out the best in your interiors? That’s what we will be exploring today.
Laundries tend to be one of the few spaces in your home that doesn’t get a lot of thought. However a neglected laundry room can be transformed into an enjoyable space with a little planning that focuses on functionality and eye-catching interiors. So if a laundry renovation is something you’ve been thinking about, either because it’s old and run down, or because the room isn’t well utilised, you’re going to love our 7 tips for planning your laundry renovation. 1….
Many people love the idea of updating or modernising their bathroom to create a nicer space, however occasionally there will be things in your bathroom that mean a renovation stops being just a nice idea and borders on becoming a necessity. Today we look at when a bathroom renovation is a need rather than a want.
Just because it’s usually the smallest room in the house doesn’t mean the humble laundry should be overlooked. Given that the room usually performs multiple functions, if you have a tight work space careful planning will help you make the most of the available space. To fit in everyday laundry essentials like ironing surfaces, racks for drying delicates and hanging garments, you need some clever design ideas. Here we will unpack five brilliant ideas Nu-Look uses to create small laundries that are stylish, practical and optimise all the available space.
There are so many details to a bathroom but when it comes to renovating, it’s easy to get distracted with the minutiae and end up with a design without a focal point. Rather than having lots of elements competing for attention, designing with a main feature that not only creates interest but also keeps the space unified will deliver a contemporary and clean look you’re sure to love. Here are Nu-Look’s 5 ways to create a focal point in the bathroom.