Appliances can make a huge difference when it comes to the appearance, as well as functionality of your kitchen. Much like with design trends, often the color of your appliances can either make your kitchen, or date your kitchen. Surprising to many homeowners and renters, there is more than just the standard stainless-steel to choose from when it comes to updating your kitchen, and while they are still the number one pick, here are a few of the other common appliance colors.
Yes, you read that right! Brown appliances are becoming quite popular amongst homeowners who have a more Tuscan inspired kitchen, or a kitchen that boasts warmer tones as the brown blends better with the warmer hues than stainless steel which seems to mesh better with cool tones.
There is a difference between old white appliances and new white appliance, and while many people think that white dates the home, if you purchase new white appliances, they can actually look quite modern and sleek in a white kitchen creating a clean, crisp look.
There are many different styles of black appliances, from the more traditional black, to a glazed and almost marbled black, there are many different options that can help elevate and modernize your kitchen when choosing black appliances, a huge trend amongst those who prefer darker aesthetics.
Concealed appliances are growing in popularity, once only used for those with a farmhouse design, the concealed appliances allow your kitchen to look as if it has extra cabinetry instead of bulky appliances, creating what many argue is a more cohesive look throughout the kitchen.
As mentioned, stainless steel appliances are easily still the most popular choice among those choosing to renovate or remodel their kitchens, so many are left wondering why people may be choosing alternative options. One of the biggest concerns, or cons that many people feel are associated with stainless steel appliances is the ability to keep them clean and free of fingerprints or stains as the steel can often show blemishes and marks easily, making your clean kitchen look less than ideal.
If you’re considering a kitchen renovation or remodel, have questions regarding your next kitchen upgrade, or would like to speak to one of our design experts, please feel free to contact our office at any time and a member from our team would be more than happy to assist you.
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