Kitchens really showcase a period of time, said Dan Smith, director of marketing at Williams Studio. “The industry tends to shift and move every 10 years or so. Certain styles and colors, when people see them, it reminds them of a generation,” he said. Smith says less is more is trending for 2018 and that good design never goes out of style.
Revisit your childhood this weekend at the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum’s adults-only event or spark your imagination with the Grand Rapids Symphony’s Harry Potter concert.
The kitchen and bath are two of the most important rooms in any home. It’s where you gather, find a little bit of respite from the chaos of the day and connect back to what’s most meaningful. They’re also the two areas of the home where practicality is a premium, and if you don’t have that, you don’t have much.
Whether it’s a bus trip to the Grand Rapids Symphony, a visit to Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park or viewing an exhibit of local work at the facility’s in-house gallery, on any given day at Clark Retirement Community, residents have the opportunity to partake in numerous arts, entertainment and cultural activities.
Spring is still 35 days away, but you can get your first glimpse of the season this weekend at Frederik Meijer Garden’s annual Orchids Show.
The new Kingma’s Market in Ada offers convenient shopping with an emphasis on community building.