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Trending on Remodelista: New Directions in Renovations

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Trending on Remodelista: New Directions in Renovations

July 16, 2021

We spied a few renovation trends that we really admire in these projects featured on Remodelista this week.

Statement Windows

You can&#8\2\17;t go wrong with an oversized window in front of the kitchen sink, perfect for daydreaming while doing the most mundane of chores—dishwashing. Photograph by Amelia Stanwix, courtesy of Studio Ezra, from Kitchen of the Week: Designer Georgia Ezra’s Modern-Rustic Star Kitchen in Melbourne.
Above: You can’t go wrong with an oversized window in front of the kitchen sink, perfect for daydreaming while doing the most mundane of chores—dishwashing. Photograph by Amelia Stanwix, courtesy of Studio Ezra, from Kitchen of the Week: Designer Georgia Ezra’s Modern-Rustic Star Kitchen in Melbourne.

Natural Wood

The original wood millwork in this Brooklyn brownstone looks fresh and modern when stripped to its natural tone. Photograph by Jonahtan Hokklo, courtesy of TBo (@TBo_architecture), from An \1890 Brooklyn Townhouse, Reinvented for Modern Times.
Above: The original wood millwork in this Brooklyn brownstone looks fresh and modern when stripped to its natural tone. Photograph by Jonahtan Hokklo, courtesy of TBo (@TBo_architecture), from An 1890 Brooklyn Townhouse, Reinvented for Modern Times.

Rough Surfaces

In the same project, textured walls are smartly spotlighted: plaster walls, exposed brick, concrete framing.  Photograph by Hollister Hovey, from An \1890 Brooklyn Townhouse, Reinvented for Modern Times.
Above: In the same project, textured walls are smartly spotlighted: plaster walls, exposed brick, concrete framing.  Photograph by Hollister Hovey, from An 1890 Brooklyn Townhouse, Reinvented for Modern Times.

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