When it comes to interior design options, there's nothing quite as appealing or cheerful as retro vintage. At David Waller Interiors, our Port Orange, FL showroom pros spent some time scouring the Internet for some of the coolest ideas for your upcoming renovation, so you'll want to check out this advice before you shop!
The year is almost over and savvy homeowners with plans to renovate, are already looking ahead to the coming trends of 2019. Last year we saw the rise of Greige, increased interest toward more modern looks, and, paradoxically, a general movement toward the rustic. Apparently, the jury is still out on that!
As interesting as the last year has been, from an interior design perspective, it's time to put it all in the past, and look ahead to what is coming. Here are some up-and-coming kitchen and bathroom remodeling trends that our designers have their eye on for the coming year.
Neutral tones are boring, drab, and just plain hum-drum, isn't that right? Well, today, our David Waller Interiors Port Orange, FL showroom experts, would like to attempt to change your mind about neutral colors. Off-white, beige, gray, they all seem to get a bad rap, one that we heartily believe is undeserved. And when you consider the way these tones create an open background that welcomes any decor style, it may make you want to rethink your approach to redecorating altogether. Thinking of a kitchen or bathroom remodel? Read these 3 reasons why you shouldn't ignore neutrals!
The new year’s around the corner, and we know what that means, another trend story. Say goodbye to minimalism and white, but hello to two-tones, matte black appliances, warm natural hues, bursts of color and backdrops, courtesy of Mother Nature.
The kitchen is the heart of the home. The bathroom might be the small, but it’s the most important room, and it sets the tone of the house decor.
Nothing brings a breath of fresh air into your home quite the way that a kitchen or bathroom remodel can do. Some homeowners like to keep it simple, while others dive into the more extravagant ventures. However you choose to do it, it could be the very thing you’ve been needing. What’s more, even if you decide to sell your home at some point in the future, the remodeling you did will bring a better sale price in the end. So it’s a win-win situation, no matter how you look at it.