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Kitchen and Bath Inspiration from Kohler

Here’s a list of our favorite inspired ideas from Kohler:

Color Everywhere

Browsing paint chips is a great way to see what colors you naturally gravitate towards. Taking cues from Benjamin Moore’s “Blue Hydrangea” paint chip, the feeling of open space and endless blue skies abound in this midcentury modern kitchen. Travel photos are often full of color and can provide a jumping off point for the room’s overall aesthetics. Spices in Morocco, textiles in Guatemala, or the stark white facades against the blue Aegean waters in Greece all provide a palette to build upon.

Handcrafted Ceramics Collection
The rise in popularity of exquisite handmade ceramics is a huge trend in both handmade and interiors right now. Local, handcrafted pottery make stunning pieces to covet and provide an artisanal element in a room that can often be all about hard surfaces and polished finishes. The items you collect reflect your aesthetic, and connect with you on an emotional level. Utilize this as inspiration to design your space as a gallery to showcase your art.

Hollywood Chic
Hollywood has always provided design inspiration, so why not add a little all-star glamour to your home? With its’ iconic color palette, classic details, and architecture on a grand scale, the Hollywood master bath is as sophisticated as it gets. Think drama and bring in the unexpected, like a brilliant chandelier over a freestanding tub or do a throwback to a traditional black and white floor (in honor of old Hollywood).

Visual Delights
Did you fall in love with that wallpaper because you love hummingbirds? Or maybe you just liked the fanciful and cheerful pattern. Art and wallpaper can inspire and delight us on a daily basis.

Vintage Kitsch
Create a nostalgic, preppy chic bathroom starting with Kohler’s heritage-style fixtures, a claw-footed cast iron tub and chrome faucet. Pair that with a herringbone timber floor and decorative accents to enliven the space. Complete this look with vintage paintings in gilt edged frames and a contrasting patterned wallpaper for the most impact.
Bottom Line
Inspiration is everywhere, so when you walk into a space, see something that makes you take a second look, or covet some artisanal find from your travels, let that drive you. Add those elements into your space that make these rooms reflect you.
Take Kohler’s design quiz to find out what inspires you: http://ideas.kohler.com/quiz

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