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3 Kitchen Trends to Consider When Remodeling

May 10, 2019

 

The kitchen is the "heart of the home", which means you should love how your kitchen feels and looks. And if you don't, you may be considering kitchen remodeling. With 76% of homeowners choosing to change their kitchen's style when remodeling, it's important to know which style elements you should consider including. So let's explore a few kitchen trends that experts predict to see a lot of this year.

 

Unique cabinetry: Kitchen cabinets are a great place to start when you're remodeling. This is because they can easily be improved with a few minor changes. But despite cabinetry being such a simple element, more and more homeowners are choosing to make their cabinets unique. One thing you can try is making your cabinets a bright color. Brightly colored cabinets can bring life to an otherwise plain space. You can also explore alternative options for cabinetry, like big storage units or even open shelving.

 

Dark countertops: Over the past few years, the main color of kitchens seemed to stick to white. White is a great color for kitchens, as it brightens the area and can give it a modern feel. But this year, experts are expecting to see the opposite -- dark colors are taking over. This is especially true when it comes to countertops. If you're looking to upgrade countertops in your kitchen, consider going for a darker color. A dark countertop can pair nicely with light colored walls and cabinets.

 

Combining metals: When it comes to choosing metals for a kitchen, whether it's faucets or cabinet handles, most homeowners like to stick with one type of metal. And in the past, this was a very common choice. But now, more people are deciding to mix which metals they use in their kitchen. If you're interested in giving this a try, consider sticking with one main metal and add in splashes of others throughout the kitchen. This can make the area feel more even and less chaotic.

 

When it comes down to it, your kitchen is yours and you can do whatever you'd like to it. But if you're looking for some guidelines for your upcoming kitchen remodeling project, consider a few of these cool trends.

 

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