Kitchen & Bath Trends
Stockdale Kitchen & Bath
4500 Shepard St., B2
• White is coming on strong, in satin finishes.
• Gray is the new black.
• The color greige – it’s between gray and beige.
• Man-made quartz countertops that emulate marble look.
• Luxury vinyl floors. Looks like hardwood flooring, but it’s waterproof, no grout lines and great for people with pets.
• Crown molding, chair rails, wainscoting and box molding on walls.
6300 District Blvd.
• Modern look with clean lines; ornate is out.
• Lighting fixtures are like jewelry, they accessorize the room.
• Eclectic pairings, mixing metal finishes like burnished, brushed gold with crystals.
• Modern freestanding tubs take center stage as bathroom focal points.
• Skirted toilets, dual flushing capabilities and no slam toilet seats.
• Wall mount bath vanities.
• Fewer medicine cabinets, more mirrors.
Ferguson offers plumbing, lighting, appliances and fixtures for your kitchen and bath. They can recommend installers for your project.
Bedrosians – Tile & Stone
4301 Ashe Road
• Beveled, antiqued mirror tiles.
• Porcelain-looking marble tiles.
• Plaid tile for small rooms like laundry, powder or mud rooms.
• Chevron-shaped glass tiles.
• Arabic patterned tiles.
Store displays will be rotating about every six months for the latest looks and design inspirations. They can recommend tile layers for your project.
4300 Ashe Road, #118
• Clean lines, not a lot of scrollwork.
• Finishes: Antique gold can be light or dark in satin or nickel.
• Fandeliers, a ceiling fan-chandelier combo in which the blades are encased in the lighting fixture.
• Crystal lighting for the holidays.
• Modern farmhouse style.
• Vintage light bulb fixtures.
Premier Lighting offers home decor items like accessories, mirrors, lamps and vases. They have professional installations with years of experience for your project.