Did you know that if you spend five minutes a day looking for something, that adds up to about three months over the course of a lifetime? Don’t spend your life searching for nail files and light bulbs. Your Forever Home should be a convenient source of familiarity and comfort. That means being able to grab what you need without hunting.
Waypoint’s selection of door styles, finishes and details can make more than just a beautiful statement in your dining room. With Waypoint® organizational products, you can easily design a hutch that matches your style and way of life.
Many award-winning color schemes in kitchen design include at least one dark color as a strong accent. What’s new is the use of depth and juxtaposition—the dark colors are offset with lighter wood finishes or brighter colors and offer visually entertaining and appealing levels of contrast.
In the life of any home owner or designer, there comes a time when everyone asks the same question – “How can I add more seating and storage space and still maintain the open, stylish feel of this kitchen?”
The answer is: Banquettes.
Cabinets are used all over your house, not just in your kitchen and bathrooms. Take your laundry room for example. The right cabinets will not only add efficient storage and organization, but will also reflect your unique style for a seamless look in every corner of your living space.
Grey is a very versatile neutral choice for many styles today. It is the base color of choice for many designers, and with good reason. Being a mix of black and white, grey is, by definition, neutral. Its character changes in varying shades allowing it to complement most styles and color palettes. When designing a room with grey painted doors, colorful accents or bold contrasting tones will beautifully breathe life into the space.
Bedroom/office! The terms sound mutually exclusive. After all, a bedroom is made for rest, while an office should be just the opposite. Creating a room that serves these two distinct purposes is possible, but it does require forethought...