Our Top 5 Designs of 2017

The start of a new year brings fresh ideas, New Year’s resolutions, and an excellent opportunity to reflect on the year that has just finished.  You may review your fitness tracker from last year and marvel at the miles you ran or steps you walked.  This inspires new goals for the coming year. 

In the kitchen and bath design business, we take this opportunity to look back on our home remodeling achievements.  This opportunity to reflect on the past year offers great inspiration for more innovative kitchen remodeling and bathroom renovation projects in the year to come.

Here are our top 5 projects from last year, including one multi-space home remodeling project.  Let us know which one is your favorite!

A Serene Master Bath

This bathroom design offers a soothing retreat within the home.  The large shower with rainfall and handheld showerheads and a corner seat will make you feel like you are at the spa.  Dark wood vanity cabinets topped with a Cambria countertop and featuring toe kick lights add to the warmth and sophistication of this design.

Master Bath with Accessible Comfort

The centerpiece of this traditional style bath remodel in Doylestown, PA is the large, thresholdless shower.  It includes a rainfall showerhead, recessed storage niche, and corner shower seat.  It also incorporates a grab bar, which, combined with the no-threshold door, makes this shower both stylish and accessible.  Warmly Yours underfloor heating is a welcome addition, particularly on cold, winter days!

Thresholdless shower design
Master bath design

Dynamic Kitchen Design

In a sea of neutral kitchens, the bold patterns and bright colors in this kitchen design in Bristol, PA really stand out.  Blue and orange may not be everyone’s choice for a kitchen color scheme, but it was the perfect fit for the personality of this home.  Choose a kitchen design that fits your style and has a timeless quality, but remember that does not mean the same thing to every person.  If a bold color scheme like this is not your style, perhaps you might consider adding a small pop of color by adding bright bar stools or even a unique piece of artwork.  Don’t be afraid to add your personality to your design!

Wheelchair Accessible Kitchen Design

This wheelchair accessible kitchen was designed for a new home build.  It is motivated by several key factors, including style, a love of cooking, and accessibility.  The entire cooking and food preparation area is specially designed to be fully wheelchair accessible.  It is also packed with a unique style including distressed finish kitchen cabinets, a large stainless farmhouse sink, and eye-catching stone features.

A Multi-Space Home Remodel

Once you get the home remodeling bug, it can be difficult to get over it!  In this project, the homeowner opted to renovate multiple spaces as part of the same project.  This can be a wise choice when you know you want to redo several rooms and are able to get them all done at once.  A multi-space project allows your contractor to achieve your home upgrade goals in one coordinated project.  It also means you only face the inevitable dust and upheaval that comes with a remodel one time.  At Lang’s Kitchen & Bath we are experienced in managing large, multi-room projects to minimize the impact on your home and family, while achieving your design goals.  This project included a large kitchen remodel with a full walk-in pantry, a boot bench, laundry room design, and two bathroom renovations.   

We are excited to see what designs, products, and innovations 2018 brings!  Contact us today on 215-968-5300, or stop by our showroom to start planning your 2018 remodeling project.