Timeless Kitchen Remodeling Trends
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December 31, 2017
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Timeless Kitchen Remodeling Trends

[vc_row type=”vc_default” css=”.vc_custom_1505148573174{padding-top: 20px !important;}”][vc_column offset=”vc_col-lg-8 vc_col-md-8 vc_col-xs-12″][ultimate_spacer height=”15″ height_on_tabs=”10″ height_on_tabs_portrait=”10″ height_on_mob_landscape=”10″ height_on_mob=”10″][dt_fancy_image image_id=”2652″ width=”800″ height=”450″][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1514765201320{margin-top: 20px !important;}”]If you’re planning to give your kitchen a face-lift in the New Year. Then knowing some of the trends is a great place to start. It has been said that your kitchen is “the soul of your home”. So, no wonder you’re looking around at what others are doing.

Some of the trending things people are doing with their kitchen can be tempting at first glance. But following the latest rage blindly can come with risk. Because you could get stuck with a kitchen design that you’ll grow tired of, or worse, it will look outdated in a couple of years.

So, let’s say, you choose a vibrant color scheme such as bold red or peppy green for your kitchen. It may look lovely but it’s not timeless. They may be the trendiest colors now, but their appeal won’t last forever. But, this doesn’t necessary mean you can’t have fun with your kitchen color choices.

While kitchen remodeling trends come and go, there are some that have what many call “staying power”. The main benefit of a “timeless kitchen design” is that it won’t go out of style. Plus, it’s an investment that will add value to your home. That said, here are some timeless kitchen remodeling trends:

Neutral Palette

Neutral tones like white, gray, and beige have been the preferred choices for a long time. Because they continue to reign supreme in the world of kitchen design. The possibilities of working with neutral hues is virtually endless.

They are great for your kitchen cabinets, counter-top, back-splash, and walls.
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Open Shelves

When it comes to modern kitchen, less is more. And this minimalist trend is here to stay. Open shelves render a light & airy feel to your kitchen. While still providing plenty of storage space. By ditching closed cabinets, you can “open up” your kitchen.

Open shelves also offer a great way to display your silverware, artwork, and collectibles. Extending cabinets to ceilings instead of floating wall cabinets also gives your kitchen a less-bulky appearance.

Edgy Contemporary

Edgy contemporary designs might be high on trend, but they may not fit into the overall style of your home. Plus, they can be hard to maintain. At the same time, you may not want to commit to a fully traditional design. What can you do? Try a transitional kitchen design. This combines the warmth of traditional design and the clean, simple lines of contemporary style. So, you are creating the right balance.

Granite or Quartz

When in doubt, choose granite. Because this is possibly the most time-tested material in kitchen countertops. Natural granite is not just beautiful. But it is also a perfect surface for meal preps and daily use. Because of its high durability, heat resistance, and low maintenance qualities.

Clean Lines

Heavy moldings and frilled finishes are passé. Instead, modern kitchen designs demand all units to line up in a straight and seamless manner. For instance, handless drawers, horizontal cabinet pulls, linear shelves, or perfectly aligned doors create an uninterrupted look. This serves as a clean slate for you to experiment further.

Integrated Appliances

Built-in (integrated) appliances are great when you intend to save space. Because they are specifically designed to meld seamlessly in with your kitchen. As such, they give you plenty of room to experiment with the look of your kitchen.

Wood

Hardwood floors and finishes exude a certain warmth that pairs excellently with kitchen spaces. Since wood adapts to any style, you can enjoy their timeless look and feel no matter what kitchen design you choose. Plus, they don’t disrupt the flow in an open kitchen layout.

Finally, light-shaded maple wood can impart a classic look. However cherry, and darker woods, are extremely popular choice these days.

Extended Kitchen Backsplash

Extending the backsplash to the ceiling is an enduring trend and won’t fade out anytime soon. As one of the main focal points in your kitchen, there are plenty of ways you can style your backsplash. You can pick interesting colors and patterns to make a statement. While classic choices like marble, subway tile, and mosaic are absolutely “in”.  Also, you can experiment with metal, glass or mirrors.

Polished-Silver Finish

New kitchen finishes keep arriving, but polished silver has stood the test of time. With polished chrome or nickel on your kitchen hardware, faucets, and shelf brackets, you can create a classy and upscale look for your kitchen.

Technology

Today’s kitchens are more than just spaces where cooking and meal takes place. With technology entering modern kitchens, they promise to elevate the entire experience. From cooking and enjoying meals, to entertaining guests.

Tech upgrades are making kitchens better, more energy-efficient, and easier to work around. For example, smart appliances & touch-free faucets. As well trash cans that are operated with just a wave of your hand.

Stainless Steel Appliances

Stainless steel continues to dominate the field of kitchen appliances. With its clean and neutral look, steel appliances can easily be incorporated into any kitchen style. In fact, steel adds a subtle touch of elegance that allows you to switch up the style quotient. Without going overboard.

So, there you have it! Timeless kitchen remodeling trends. They all have long-term appeal & none of them are boring. Remember, there are plenty of creative ways to incorporate trendy features into your kitchen design. Working with a professional kitchen designer should help you address this issue.

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