Kitchen trends are easily one of the largest home improvements that homeowners will make, as well as one of the most expensive, and yet, kitchen trends seem to change just as quickly as the weather. From Tuscan inspired kitchens complete with warm neutrals, wine racks, and an ambiance that transports you to the vineyards, to crisp white kitchens complete with white marble countertops, subway tiles and white cabinetry, as well as the sleek black kitchens with both matte and gloss finishes, the kitchen trends have changed drastically over the past decade.
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With kitchen trends changing so frequently, one of the most important things to consider when renovating your kitchen is what your style is. You can renovate a kitchen to be on trend, and hate it, which ultimately leaves you with a trendy kitchen that you don’t enjoy. If you’re on board with the currently trends, you can find multiple outlets filled with design inspiration, and by chatting with a design professional, your kitchen remodel is sure to provide the kitchen of your dreams.
The current kitchen trend that seems to be sweeping through the U.S. is kitchens with green cabinetry, paint or accents. While hearing the work “green” associated with a kitchen may puzzle some, the completed look can actually eb quite luxurious. Pending on your taste and preferences, the green kitchens can be elegant and timeless with an Old English feel boasting gold accents, whereas, a more modern and sleek design may include white accents to brighten the space, allowing the green to be just the right pop of color.
Picking such a bold color for cabinetry may be too large a commitment for many homeowners, and if that’s the case, try finding a bold green backsplash or paint that you can add to your kitchen to update and renovate the space. This allows for the trendy kitchen color to be a little more subtle, and if you decide you love the color within your home, you can always add it to the cabinetry and swap out the paint or backsplash later down the line.
If you’re hoping to update your kitchen, begin a new renovation, or have questions regarding updates or upgrades to your home, please feel free to contact one of our design experts at any time and we would be more than happy to assist you.
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