2014 Design Trends We Love: Concrete

Concrete is no longer downtown chic!  Another design trend for 2014, this look is durable and sexy! We’ll show you how to apply it in any room of your living space.  It’s not just for floors (but we love THIS concrete floor)!

The concrete trend extends to the bedroom.  The concrete wall in this bedroom gives a sleek feeling to velvet headboard and cashmere bedding.

Concrete floors with a concrete counter may sound harsh, but in reality it can make a bathroom feel like a spa.  Choose a new neutral paint for the walls to soften it up.

Living Room, Dining Room and Kitchen of a Hollywood Hills Home

The interior spaces of this Hollywood Hills home are modern and elegant.

The living room, dining room and kitchen are an open floor plan.  Cool tones of grey with red accent sofa pillows and dining room chairs add that chic pop of color.


Made In The USA: Sub-Zero and Wolf

Some of our favorite kitchen appliances from Sub-Zero and Wolf, a family-owned business that’s been made in the USA for over 65 years.  This Fifth Avenue kitchen is minimalist in style: high gloss white lacquer cabinet doors with custom stainless steel pulls; the island, floor and backsplash are of the same material; and matching profiles of the stainless steel counter and the Wolf range complete a fully integrated look resulting in a calm, contemporary and efficient kitchen.

Modern Kitchen Appliances We Love: La Cornue Ranges

Anybody here love to cook?  La Cornue is the crowning piece of any sexy yet serious kitchen. The Chateau 65 has both gas and electric over as well as cooktop configurations.

We understand that not all New York kitchen has the space for such a majestic range.  You can still have your roast and eat it too with the CornuFe Series.

Speaking of roasts, here’s one of our favorite recipes for Spatchcocked Lemon & Herb Roasted Chicken by food blogger Cocoa & Quinoa.