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Today’s home wine cellars embrace modern design trends

For years, when it comes to wine room design, replicating Old World cave-like environments was the norm. In the past five years, however, wine storage design has taken a page from contemporary interior design, creating unique spaces that can be found in just about any area of a home.

 
Sinks merge style and utility

In the world of kitchen design, considerable attention is often given to countertops, cabinets and appliances such as cooktops and refrigerators. It makes sense as these pieces often are the primary focal points when walking into a kitchen. Today, however, the sink is an fixture that has quietly come to the foreground.

 
Rainbow of hues to choose

Earlier this month the New Jersey-based company, considered the international expert on color trends, designated Living Coral as the color of the year for 2019. Meanwhile, more than a half-dozen major paint manufacturers also chose shades to market as their 2019 colors of the year.

 
Access interior design help — online

Online design is a growing trend that is likely here to stay, however, it’s too early to say how much it will bite into the more than $11 billion spent annually in the U.S. interior design industry. But given the growth in the number of these types of websites in the past few years, the early guess is that online interior design will remain a reliable homeowner resource for years to come.

 
Bohemian decor continues to evolve

It is casual, carefree and seems to be thrown together in a haphazard way. Bohemian home decor is a mix of earth tones as a base layered with vibrant colors and mixed with a collection of loved items and found items in a way that feels comfortable and chic. It doesn’t shy away from bold, bright fabrics in a myriad of pleasing textures, classic paisleys or animal prints. The signature style is a personal collection of odds and ends and is favored by pattern players, texture fans and antique collectors.

 
Warrior workouts

Physically competitive television programs such as “American Ninja Warrior,” “TKO: Total Knock Out” and “Wipeout” have changed the face of exercise for many Americans. People are now constructing their own obstacle courses in their yards and garages, as well as visiting gyms where these types of obstacles have been built especially for this purpose. Southern Nevadans have gotten in on this trend, and Your Home wanted to share a few of their ideas.

 
Turn your garden into a sanctuary

This summer has been one of extreme heat, smoky air, wild winds, monsoon rainstorms and unaccustomed humidity. What is needed now is serenity, beauty or, more precisely, a Zen garden, healing garden or therapeutic garden — someplace to relax and retrieve our senses.

 
Bring on the bling

Its splendor can be caught in a frame or pillow or captured in tapestries that hang along a wide expanse of wall. Shiny, sparkling pieces of bling in home decor are gathering fans who attempt to capture something magical and unusual by incorporating this latest trend.

 
TVwhen it’s on, art when it’s off

In the world of interior design, problems often take the form of odd nuisances. For instance, wasted cabinet space in kitchen corners brought us the Lazy Susan. The annoying storage dilemmas (like not being able to properly store a pizza without setting it sideways) found with narrow vertical fridge-freezer combos ushered in Euro-inspired bottom drawer freezer popularity.

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