• Alair Homes Regina
  • January 31, 2018

Local Home Trends that are in Regina

Mix of Warm & Cool

In a world of neutrals, whites grays reigns supreme. These colors have been the go-to for those looking to create a cohesive and modern look in their homes. Only problem? Clients often say it feels cold or stark, and so we’re seeing a greater mix of warm and cool colors and materials in an effort to offset it. Using this technique is a stylish and easy way to bring your space that added warmth you are searching for.

White Walls, Dark Trim

Natural wood is making a comeback this year! Instead of painting your woodwork white, try to embrace its natural stain and leave the white for the walls. Embracing darker trim allows you to achieve that light and bright look without leaving your room feeling.

Natural woods and finishes

As I said in the first example, natural woods are big this year. Rustic or worn finishes are popping up within more modern and streamlined spaces to serve as the rooms focal point. A beautiful piece of wood brings character to any room, but the most notable use in 2017 is in flooring. Wider planks and natural finishes are being paired with slightly more monochromatic designs and help to ground the space.

Marble surfaces

Marble, especially in shades of white and light gray, will be one of 2017’s biggest design trends. Experts predict marble will become an increasingly popular material for countertops, flooring and tabletops, as well as in everyday household items like serving platters or vases.

Floating Tops Or Shelves

Floating countertops are a great idea for any type of the bathroom, small or big, it doesn’t matter because they look very lightweight and this is amazing. They automatically give your bathroom a modern and edgy look, and they fulfill the storage function no worse than any vanity. You can attach just one counter or several ones underneath each other to store even more things. have a look at countertops not only of wood but also of other materials, maybe more durable ones: marble, stone, concrete and so on, and you can even mix up an upper stone surface and a wooden lower one for a cool look.

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