Sexy or subdued, reflective or textured, black grounds the kitchen with its singular brand of elegance. The black kitchen trend illuminates subtle details, creating depth while letting food take center stage. Whether it's lightened and brightened with pure white walls or accented with gleaming geometric tile and copper details, a black kitchen makes a definitive statement.
There’s something almost universally appealing about the simplicity and sophistication of rooms drenched in soft pinks, cool grays, and pale sandy shades. These pale hues create a nearly neutral backdrop—one that you can personalize with color, warm up with wood, or keep unadorned for a tranquil, quiet mood that’s perfect for bathrooms of all styles and sizes.
When it comes to design, Darren Brown likes a challenge. Brown began his career at New York’s MR Architecture and later directed interior design at Jonathan Adler, where he helped transform a historic but tired property into the posh and playful Parker Palm Springs in 2004. The property soon became a jet-setter’s playground that virtually put the iconic California resort town back on the map.