Kitchens have a special place in every custom home, but if your kitchen is outdated, it may be inefficient or look uninviting and prevent you from making the best use of this space. A kitchen renovation can work wonders and complement to your lifestyle. The many hours spent in this room each week will become an exciting experience for everyone in your family.
If a new kitchen is in the horizon, keep these kitchen design trends in mind and incorporate some of them into your kitchen to enhance its beauty and efficiency, not to mention the increase value of your custom home.
Pops of Color
For its open and clean feel, white kitchens are still in trend. But small bit of color is popping up in the white space in 2019. You can choose from colorful backspace or paint a landscape or accent wall to spruce up and enliven this space.
Quartz has been finding easy entry in more and more kitchens and this trend doesn’t seem to be stopping. It is no surprise why: Quartz is sturdy, beautiful, less expensive, difficult to damage and easy to maintain than marble or granite. Renovating your countertops with quartz this year is a great option.
No Kitchen Cabinet Handles
As minimalist designs are in vogue, 2019 will see the exit of cabinet handles used in kitchen. But that’s not a problem. Cut-out handles inbuilt in the kitchen cabinets are the new and smart substitutes. If you want to keep the indent out of sight, you can get it fixed at the base of the cabinet.
Open shelving allows you to keep your beautiful dishes in sight and within easy reach and it has been popular for past some years for giving the kitchen an open look and feel. This trend is likely to dominate in 2019, giving more kitchens an open and interesting look.
Matte Appliances and Cabinets
Matte is in. Matte cabinets and appliances blend well with most other things in the kitchen. It may give you a pleasant surprise that fingerprints do not show on them as easily as on glossy appliances. The appeal of Matte is going to stay and it’s not going to look dated soon.
Colorful Stoves and Hoods
Your kitchen renovation would not be complete until you replace your old stove and hood with their substitutes in color. Calm pastels, bright primary colors and jewel-toned blue are making an impact.