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Kitchen & Bath Trend Rewind

Here at Design & Living, we see a lot of stunning kitchens and bathrooms in our home tours each month. For this special kitchen and bath issue, we want to highlight some of these jaw-dropping spaces in one roundup of inspiration. See what trends we’ve uncovered this year and glean some inspiration for your own spaces.

Here at Design & Living, we see a lot of stunning kitchens and bathrooms in our home tours each month. For this special kitchen and bath issue, we want to highlight some of these jaw-dropping spaces in one roundup of inspiration. See what trends we’ve uncovered this year and glean some inspiration for your own spaces.

Kitchens

Photo by Hillary Ehlen

Christen Anderson of Live Christen Joy took on this North Fargo Flip to prep it for the market. As with many flips, she took a big focus on the kitchen area and turned it into a crisp, white and luxurious focal point. Original cabinets were replaced with custom ones in a warm-toned white with polished nickel hardware. The oversized quartz-topped island really steals the show and makes for an ideal workspace.
Dear Decorator: The North Fargo Flip, May 2019


by Travis Beauchene (studio three beau)
by Travis Beauchene (studio three beau)

Michaela Bakken at Showplace Cabinetry Design Center worked with homeowners Mike and Kim Hendrickson to renovate their kitchen. In deciding whether to renovate or move, they opted with renovation and ended up with this industrial and modern kitchen. A main goal of the homeowners’ was to add storage, so this kitchen is full of practical storage solutions and an extra-large island.
An Industrial Meets Modern Kitchen, June 2019

Photo by Hillary Ehlen

The kitchen in Lauren and Steve Zima’s custom Lake Sallie home is just as stunning as their lake views. Designed by Aubrey Costello at Showplace Cabinetry, they embraced quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances for a sleek look, with Dakota Timber beams to add a rustic touch.
Not Your Grandmother’s Lake Home, July 2019

Photo by Hillary Ehlen

Ole and Trish Rygg’s Scandinavian-inspired home features cabinets and countertops from Western Products. This space features a combination of white surfaces, rock and reclaimed wood, making for a modern and clean experience.
A Scandinavian-Inspired Social Space, March 2019

Photo by Elisabeth Eden

Tim and Raeann Landis’ kitchen is the heart of their home, ideal for hosting friends and family. The reclaimed barnwood in lieu of a tile backsplash adds for an unexpected focal point and perfectly frames the black oven hood.
A Bold and Eclectic Interior, August 2019

Photo by Hillary Ehlen

Colored cabinets aren’t something we see often, but when we do, they are done impeccably. Ken Cottrell and April King’s historic Hawthorne home was given a refresh with this remodeled kitchen by JW Kitchens.
Eastern Inspiration in Historic Hawthorne, September 2019

Photo by Hillary Ehlen

Dark cabinets reign in the Culp family’s newly remodeled kitchen. In a historic home, they opted to restain the existing cabinets and replicate additional ones to stay true to the home. The white hexagon-tile floor helps the space from feeling too dark, while also adding a modern accent.
A Modern-Meets Historic Kitchen Refresh, September 2019

Photo by Hillary Ehlen

Janelle and Roger Bachmann’s contemporary kitchen, designed by Rebecca Knutson (CID) of Floor to Ceiling Carpet One, has a European influence and attention to finishes. The walnut veneer slab cabinetry and custom trim work by Dan Savageau make for a rustic touch to the otherwise contemporary space.
Metal, Wood & Memorabilia, March 2019

Bathrooms

Photo by J. Alan Paul Photography

A stand-alone tub with a walk-in shower just steps away is ideal for any master bath. This Magnum Custom Homes build showcases a spa-like experience in the master bathroom, including features like a rain shower head, GROHE brand fixtures and heated flooring.
That Farmhouse Feeling, November 2018

Photo by Hillary Ehlen
Photo by Hillary Ehlen

Christen Anderson of Live Christen Joy took on decorating Kaitlyn and Jace Foss’s north Fargo Tudor, remodeled by Mike Dawson at Chris Hawley Architects. Not wanting something trendy and easily dated, the homeowners opted for timeless details like a clawfoot tub and chrome finishes. Florals from Love Always Floral make the white space burst with color and coordinate perfectly with the Amber Fletschock art, curated by ecce gallery.
A Timeless Tudor in North Fargo, October 2018

Photo by Tara Scherling

Statement wallcoverings are a great way to add personality into a small space like a powder bathroom. Live Christen Joy staged this West Fargo home in hopes of a quick sell, adding details like this throughout. A little bit of pattern can go a long way!
Designing with Joy: Make Your Home Stand Out in Today’s Market, July 2019

Photo by Hillary Ehlen

The children’s bathroom in Lauren and Steve Zima’s custom Lake Sallie home is ideal for their four sons. Designed by Aubrey Costello at Showplace Cabinetry, they took a masculine angle and opted for navy cabinets with brushed gold hardware.
Not Your Grandmother’s Lake Home, July 2019

Photo by Elisabeth Eden

The Landis family bathroom’s custom moss wall is a unique feature we have yet to see replicated. Their stand-alone oversized bathtub and wood beaded chandelier make this master bathroom an inviting space to end the day.
A Bold and Eclectic Interior, August 2019

Photos by Hillary Ehlen

High-contrast finishes were the name of the game in Bostad’s downtown luxury apartments. Rather than brushed nickel fixtures, this year we have been seeing more and more black or dark-toned hardware and fixtures.
Find Your Bostad, May 2019

Photo by Hillary Ehlen

Ken Cottrell and April King’s historic Hawthorne home required some changes in layout to make their vision come to life, including turning a bedroom into this stunning master bathroom. Brushed gold fixtures throughout add warmth to the white and grey-toned walls, counters and flooring.
Eastern Inspiration in Historic Hawthorne, September 2019

 

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