Top Trends in Kitchen Remodeling

Top Trends in Kitchen Remodeling
December 12, 2020

A kitchen remodel is an easy thing to put off. Especially when you’ve just finished other big projects like replacing your windows with windows by All Weather Seal. We get used to making it with what we have and sometimes plans get lost in the daily grind of life. With 2019 coming on, though, it’s the perfect time to start a fresh new year with a fresh new kitchen. Here are some of the best kitchen trends to consider incorporating into your space.

Monochrome is over

For a long time, the trend was to keep kitchens basically black and white. Many people felt this looked clean and functional, which, after all, are two things we prize in a kitchen. Through 2018, there has been a strong trend towards using plenty of color in the kitchen, and that trend looks to be gaining strength rather than losing.

Who is this for?

If your kitchen is where people gather to talk, eat, do homework, or work, then this trend is for you. It’s the perfect way to make your kitchen a welcoming place. Use the psychology of color to your advantage and encourage everyone to gather in the kitchen.

Make your cabinets slide

Clutter in the kitchen is a perpetual issue. The newest trend in cabinets is to make them slide open and shut. You don’t have to worry about the way cabinet doors interfere with each other or with other spaces as you design. This also allows you to create a kind of garage for your appliances so they can stay neatly out of the way when not in use.

Who is this for?

This is the perfect solution for a small kitchen space. It also works for the home gourmet with an accumulation of useful gadgets and appliances and nowhere to put them.

Get a professional demo

We’re moving past the DIY trend with kitchen and bathroom remodels, where homeowners do one small project at a time. It’s much better to hire professionals that are trusted within the design world and know what they are doing. Experts like Karin Ross Designs can work wonders in creating the space of your dreams. Not only will the whole project move faster, but even the demolition will be done with an eye to the whole, coordinated finished project.

Who is this for?

Anyone who wants their kitchen remodel done right the first time. In the same way, you use petite blazers to look professional at work, this is the way to make sure your end project looks put together. And ensures you get help making the best decisions about how to use your space.

Make a countertop statement

You spend a lot of time doing things on your countertops, so why settle for something boring? The newest trends are for wood countertops or counters with dark tones. These add warmth and interest to the kitchen, making it enjoyable to work there. As a bonus, they stain less than those cheap white laminate counters you so often see.

Who is this for?

If you do a lot of cooking, you’ll want countertops that can handle spills and nicks without looking old and worn out too quickly. You’ll also want a welcoming, homey color that makes you happy to cook there.

Open things up

Open shelving is another hot trend, and this is the perfect way for you to either show off a collection or store items that have aesthetic value as well as used in cooking. Show off your beautiful all-purpose cookware or displays of herbs and spices. If you can see through storage areas this will also make the whole kitchen feel more open and spacious.

Who is this for?

This look can really open things up if you have a small kitchen space. It’s also perfect if you have things you want to display and are organized. If you aren’t all that organized, or you want your cookware and spice rack to just be functional, you might not like this trend.

These are just a few of the trends brewing in the kitchen remodeling world; there are plenty more. Don’t put off getting a new kitchen any longer. Get it done now, and get it done right. When you’re enjoying the family in your beautiful new kitchen, you’ll be so glad you did.

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