Kitchen renovations are exciting for us and for our clients. It can be difficult to know exactly what you might want to do in your kitchen. What is possible? How do you design for your needs? What are your needs? We’ve got you covered. Here are some popular ideas for kitchen renovations to elevate and increase functionality in your space.
Quartz Kitchen Countertops
Quartz has become a very popular choice for homeowners looking to bring a fresh look to their kitchen. It is a great option to pair with neutral colors that are popular in modern kitchens. Not old-neutral, but the new neutrals, including beige with gold, warm feel, and dark blues.
Subway Tile Backsplash
Subway tile gives a fresh, modern look to backsplashes, which were starting to look a little busy over the last couple of years. It can give a masculine and structured look to a space, making it easy to find other elements that fall in line with it’s look.
Smart Elements in the Kitchen
Need to know how to convert ozs to cups? How many tsps are in a tbsp anyway? Alexa knows. Make cooking temps, conversions easier or add a soundtrack to your kitchen time by adding an Echo or your smart home assistant of choice to the kitchen counter space.
Heavier handles and knobs with modern design elements and angles have taken the place of delicate knobs or no-handle cabinets in the kitchen. The sterile look of push-open cabinets was a little too clean and this gave way to the current trend of accessorizing cabinets with sexy hardware that stands out.
Wood Floors in the Kitchen
No more transition from wood to tile, but an integrated design from room to room is the order of the day. Lips between the living room, dining room, and kitchen are becoming a thing of the past as wood floors make their way throughout the entire main area of the house. Durable, water-resistant options are more available than ever, giving way to this welcome trend.
If you weren’t already thinking about remodeling your kitchen before reading this article, I’m pretty sure you’re thinking about it now. When you’re ready to make them move, contact us and we’ll help you figure out what you need to create style and function in one of the most used rooms in your home.