Kitchen Trends: Romantic Design
Soft and warm, the latest trend flourishes with rich touches. See how to create this inviting style in your home.
Shades of Pink
Pink may be an unconventional choice for a kitchen, but it can be the perfect choice for a soft, romantic design. In this makeover, designer David Stimmel uses a palette of pink, gold and white mixed with Old World and traditional touches to create a richly styled, feminine kitchen.
If you're not ready to go full romantic, create a neutral backdrop and add a few opulent touches. Designer Lori Gilder highlights her traditional white kitchen with an elegant crystal chandelier and fresh flowers.
Use curves to your advantage. Designer David Stimmel chooses a curvy faucet and sink to blend with the soft color palette of his kitchen.
Kitchen Lighting Tips
Choose the right type of kitchen lighting with these tips.
Indoor Lighting for the Holidays
Experts offer a few ideas for using lights to decorate the home for the holidays.
Kitchen Lighting: Brilliance on a Budget
These tips for low-cost kitchen lighting are kind to your wallet and keep your kitchen shining in style.
Types of Outdoor Lighting
Lighting down the garden simply adds an extra dimension to your enjoyment of the outdoor space. It helps to show visitors the way to your front door after dark and is an excellent burglar deterrent.
Bright Idea: Home Lighting
Don't underestimate the transformative power of good lighting. Learn about ambient, accent and task options.
High-Fashion Lights for a Low-Budget Price
Armed with some creative advice from lighting experts, a budget-minded bathroom makeover need not leave you in the dark.
Stylish Energy-Efficient Bath Lighting
Energy codes and utility bills are making energy efficient lighting a must, even in today's spa-like baths. Products now hitting the market are both functional and fashionable.
Basic Types of Kitchen Lighting
Tips on the three types of lighting most commonly found in kitchens.
Low-Cost Color for Your Kitchen
Add some bright accents to your kitchen with these fun, low-cost projects.
The Best Ways to Run Power to the Outdoors
Run electricity outdoors conveniently and safely by taking power to an outbuilding or installing an outdoor socket outlet.
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