Bright and Fun Kitchen and Bathroom Decor Ideas with Beverly Bradshaw Interiors

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Most of the kitchens and bathrooms have limited spaces and small windows; thus, you should find alternative ways to provide your small kitchen a bright look. Here are a few ideas from the designs of Beverly Bradshaw to create airy, bright, and fun moods in small and large kitchens and bathrooms.

If you have a small powder room or master bathroom without windows, you should use large mirrors, glass surfaces, powerful lighting fixtures, bright sealed wallpaper and white bathtub and sink to provide the place a spacious and airy look. You can still create a luxurious and warm feel in the place using shades of creamy and brown colors and warm lighting options. Another way to provide the place a bright look is to use cream-colored walls and floor and green accents in addition to small sink and vanity.

Even in the large kitchens, you can create a fun and bright look. In Innis Arden house, Beverly Bradshaw’s team creates L-shaped black base cabinets, a long kitchen island with natural stone workspace, and large windows showing the outdoor sea. In Seattle, the team members remodel a 90s kitchen to create a trendy and bright space for gatherings. They use porcelain floor, white cabinets, gray kitchen island, granite countertops, herringbone-accented backsplashes, high-end stainless steel appliances, and a polished contemporary hood.

You can create a luxurious look keeping the bright and fun feel of your bathroom. Seattle powder room looks luxurious and bright using silver grey grass-cloth wallpaper, a white and grey framed picture with matching tiles, and white marble. In Broadmoor bathroom remodel, the team uses washing white surfaces, a large mirror, marble countertops, warm lampshades, and a luxurious chandelier.

The team members of Beverly Bradshaw provide Capitol Hill master bathroom a bright look using different colors such as black countertops, beige walls, white subway tiles, and colorful fresh flowers.









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