When I think of a master bedroom, I think of a nice big bathroom with a double-headed walk-in shower, a soaker tub (even though I'm not a bath person) and lots of storage for all my stuff. Unfortunately, our master bathroom does not have a lot of storage space and the "soaker tub" is a bisque colored 1978 shower tub combo that's so dark and closed in you get claustrophobic taking a shower. And it's surrounded by hallways and a stairwell so there's really no way to make the space bigger.
A couple weeks ago I announced on Instagram that my husband and I are having another little girl. We are so excited about having another sweet girl to love on and the fact that we don't have to repaint the nursery (terrible, I know).
If you've been around here for a while, you know that I love green. I've always dreamed of a kitchen with green kitchen cabinets, but until I'm in my forever home I probably won't pull the trigger on it for resale purposes.
So what's the next best thing if I can't have green kitchen cabinets?
The year is well underway now and kitchen trends are in full force. I love looking at the new trends for the kitchen since it’s my favorite space to design, but I also like to absorb them and see if I really think they are a trend that’s realistic, functional and worth the investment. So here’s my rundown of my favorite and not so favorite kitchen trends of 2018.