Let's be honest, everyone would love to have their own private bathroom. Unfortunately, that's just not realistic for most people, so finding a way to ensure equal access to the one room in the house that everyone needs is a major priority. If space is limited in your home, the Jack and Jill bathroom could be an ideal solution that balances access and privacy.
You don't have to plow an alfalfa field to love farmhouse design, a combination of organic materials, neutral colors and traditional lines that conjure up images of a simple and self-sufficient time. The great thing about farmhouse design is that it's equally comfortable in a family's suburban clapboard as in a single's Manhattan high-rise. In fact, Houzz's fourth annual Kitchen Trends Report shows that traditional farmhouse décor is a favorite among millennials, of all people. So sit a spell while Moen provides tips on how to revive or create a modern farmhouse interior–wherever you live.
Botanical prints matched with modern design is all the rage according to Architectural Digest, Vogue and The Wall Street Journal. It's an updated take on the 1930s and 1940s Hollywood Regency style, and anyone can get the look. If you're eager to get in on the fun, a bathroom might be a good place to start, as its small size lends itself to trying bright and bold ideas with a more contemporary vibe.
From favoring natural materials, like woods and stone, to a fondness for industrial features, millennial design is all about creating a functional, yet warm space that allows your personality to stand out. In the kitchen, this aesthetic can come to life in many ways, but a hot trend is the use of matte black finishes for accents.