Top Social Images of 2017

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Four Point Design Build | Brian Thomas Jones | Frosty Carrina

The new year is upon us! To celebrate all the amazing designs and architecture of 2017, and ring in 2018, we’re taking a look back at some of the most popular spaces featured this past year. From farmhouse-fresh kitchens to glamorous master baths, join us as we peek at the past and celebrate the future!

From the honeycomb backsplash to the custom refrigerator and Blizzard countertops, we're head- over- heels for this DesignTheory Inc. kitchen. We have our own theory: this kitchen was made for us!

Herringbone backsplash, rose gold accents and a Frosty Carrina countertop. Some of our favorites in this Stacy McLennon Interiors kitchen!

Mixing natural wood with white-wash is a great way to get some contrast. Another way? Mixing Raven countertops with Blizzard countertops! Square Footage Inc. gets an A+ for contrast, details and overall look.

Dual Pebble vanities frame the deluxe walk-in shower in this pristine bathroom designed by Beverly Bradshaw Interiors and captured by Clarity NorthWest Photography.

Avoiding laundry day, a how-to guide by the cutest puppy around. This charming catwalk (er, dogwalk) by Hayburn & Co space features Ginger counters and luxury abound!

From the tile backsplash to the extended cabinetry to the Calacatta Nuvo counters, we're goo-goo over this kitchen! First Time Mommy Group and TME Construction Inc created a functional, beautiful space!

We're exploring a beautiful brownstone featuring flying pigs, a fluffle of rabbits, and Calacatta Nuvo and Pure White with A Finer Touch Construction! Explore the whole desert brownstone here.

This kitchen is bananas! Hayburn & Co designed this space to have it all - tons of storage space, a whole room's worth of Ginger countertops, and even a built-in dining nook. Glamour and elegance, defined!

Sleek Concrete certainly looks sleek in this modern bathroom design! Jameson Interiors designed a half-waterfall detail to complete the custom vanity. Photo by Andrea Calo Photography.

We see dark blue cabinets, gold handles, and a shingle backsplash. But can you guess the countertop color used in this Blue Flag Development Company kitchen? It’s 5211 Noble Grey!

The weather outside this kitchen may be frightful, but inside it’s quite delightful—thanks to The Wiese Company. Wood beams, white cabinets, and Atlantic Salt countertops make for a bright and cozy space. Let it snow!

Our quartz isn't just for countertops or backsplashes! Timber Trails Development used Sleek Concrete to complete this custom mudroom installation.

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