Entryways can be tricky because turning one into something more than another boring pass through is an exercise in coping with contradictions. Your entryway is like the window into your home's soul but it's also a functional space that has to be capable of coping with the elements.
Stone has long been one of the foundations for home construction. Its rounded shape and smooth texture make it the perfect decorative accent for any room in your house. Use natural stones to add a touch of modern elegance to a bedroom or a bit of rustic class to a kitchen. Your possibilities are endless when you are looking to incorporate this material into everyday décor in some of the most commonly used rooms in your home.
Is giving your home a new look on your 2016 bucket list? If it is, then you are not alone. Decorators are seeing the next 12 months as the year of eye-catching modern home design trends.
Eldorado Stone recently sponsored the Responsive Home Project at the 2016 NAHB International Builders Show. The two show homes were designed by millennials, for millennials.
Only 36% of people under the age of 35 own their own home, the lowest level on record according to the U.S. Census Bureau. These concept homes were designed to appeal to that demographic. Based on research done by Ketchum Global Research & Analytics, the Responsive Home Project team designed to address the needs and wants of the millennial buyer: urban features in a suburban setting, lots of outdoor space and floor plans that can adapt to whatever life stage they are in. The homes featured a few of our stone profiles: European Ledge, LedgeCut33 and Cut Coarse Stone. Beyond the amazing stone installation, here are a few things that caught our attention at the preview event.
Whether it’s the sleek and simple you’re attracted to, or the clean lines and basic shapes that draw your eye, there’s a lot to be said for modern design. If you’re looking for a modern update, find inspiration in these 10 living rooms with clean lines, a spacious feel, and functionality.
Some people fit clearly into one box when it comes to style. You probably have that friend who loves modern everything, while another can’t get enough of antique or classic pieces. Are you somewhere in the middle? If so, transitional style just might be exactly what you’ve been looking for.