Remodelling your kitchen can turn into an expensive affair, especially with the myriad of options offered in the market such as color palettes and accessories. It can be tricky as well as overwhelming to build up a stylish kitchen that doesn’t break the bank. Often homeowners embrace current design trends, while others play it safe and end up with a dull and drab looking kitchen, which is not at all inspirational. Luckily, there are dozens of remodeling trends that are guaranteed to stand the test of time and strike the perfect balance between longevity and fashion.
Here are a few picks from leading Marin County kitchen designers who are adept at building trendy kitchen designs:
Black Kitchen Cabinetry: Are you unsure about which color to pick for your kitchen cabinets? Simply stick to black! This royal color is very versatile and complements a contemporary as well as traditional setting. If you are worried that black may look too bold, limit the black to only key components such as worktops and break up the dark tone with lighter finishes in white or natural wood.
Colorful Cookers: No kitchen is complete without a stylish cooker. If you are willing to experiment, pick a colorful cooker in any color that you fancy. It could be a duck egg blue or even bright fire engine red. This creates a striking focal point in your kitchen without having to compromise on classic style.
Pantry Cabinets: A pantry cabinet transforms the way your kitchen looks and feel. For many years, though they fall out of favour however, now they have made a big comeback and will stay for a long time. With a well-designed pantry cabinet, you don’t have to rummage through the shelves and look for lesser-used spices– everything is visible and easy to access!
Hardwood Flooring: Hardwood flooring continues to be a popular choice for kitchens and gives a refined look to flooring. Whether you choose walnut, maple, hickory, or oak, your kitchen will always look trendy and stylish. There is a great new option of hardwood called engineered hardwood. Engineered hardwood floors are made up of a top layer of a real hardwood species and a core, typically consisting of multiple plywood layers laminated together to form a durable plank, or in some cases HDF (high density fiberboard). The stacking of the layers is designed to counteract the natural tendency of hardwoods to expand, contract, warp, or cup when exposed to different environmental factors.
Looking to update your kitchen floorings? Contact Humanity Home at 707-595-5046 to schedule a consultation. Humanity Home kitchen designers will turn your home into a beautiful haven – you have been always dreaming of!