Want to see what Keeping Up With The Jones’ looks like these days? Take a look at how your neighbors are remodeling their kitchens and bathrooms.
This past year the hottest trend we have seen so far is the White Shaker cabinetry with gray countertops, backsplash, walls, and floors. With this current trend, we have also noticed that our clients are adding pops of color with their accent pieces. E.I.: Towels, Chairs, Décor, etc.
For those who are always Keeping up with the Jones’ (Or even one-upping them), take a look at some our projects from this year. and get some ideas for your new kitchen or bath.
Gray Herringbone Backsplash
This kitchen in Walnut Creek is stunning. The gray herringbone backsplash is definitely the focal point here. It offsets the white cabinetry and white with grey countertops very nicely. The texture of the tile gives the herringbone pattern the movement it needs. The color of the hardwood floors gives this kitchen warmth. Don’t want your refrigerator to be your focal point? You can do what our client did and have it look like part of your cabinetry. The countertop is quite a statement in itself. While the majority being white, the grey veins running through add to the character of this kitchen.
Lafayette Home Remodel
This Lafayette, Ca home we worked with the client on both their kitchen and a bathroom.
Sticking with the current trend of white and gray, this kitchen stand alone in the client’s choice of appliances. One of the main features in this kitchen is the wine dispenser by Dacor. How awesome is that?
The Home command center is also an essential part for the clients. The countertop around the perimeter being different from the island set this kitchen apart from others.
For the bathroom, the clients went with a warmer color for the cabinetry, and for contrast gray and white countertops. The characteristics in the countertop definitely make it the focal point, along with the cabinet on the counter.
Charming Gray and White Kitchen
This kitchen in Moraga, CA has a rustic country feel with the bench seating in the dining area to the metal and wood bar stools at the island. Like the kitchen in Walnut Creek, the hardwood floors in this Moraga kitchen add warmth to the kitchen. The veining in the countertop adds just enough character to make this kitchen what it is.
Stone and Glass Walnut Creek Bathroom
This master bathroom in Walnut Creek, Ca is definitely not lacking in character or color. The blue glass and mosaic tile in both the shower and the backsplash stand out beyond anything. The shower stands alone as a major focal point in this master bath. The different directions and material of the tile are what sets this shower apart from any other. That countertop by Cambria, AMAZING! The color is called Parys, and the shiny blue specks help tie in all the different hues this bathroom has to offer. To add a bit of charm to this bathroom, the client chose to go with a wainscoting around the perimeter.
Wide Open Spaces in Walnut Creek, CA
This white and gray kitchen with its open floor plan works prefect for the client with young children. Our client chose to stick with the current trend of gray and white, but like the others, they did it in a different way. The gray subway tile backsplash, and the gray counters compliment the stainless steel appliances. To tie all that together the client chose grey metal chairs for the island. The floors may look like hardwood but they are in fact tile, adding warmth to the kitchen and tying the living room and dining area all together.
Are you feeling the urge to start Keeping Up With the Jones’? Contact us today, and we can help set you apart from your neighbors!