5 Kitchen Design Options for Your Home
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Published by TOP4 Team
If you're planning on remodeling your home, you may be stuck deciding on what kind of design you’ll use. It’s not easy to know which designs will last longer and which will go down in history as passing fads. In the past decade alone, we've seen some new designs emerge.
Consider the following kitchen design options that have staying power.
Kitchen colours come and disappear, such as the harvest gold and avocado kitchens in the late 70s. But when it comes to forever value, the white kitchen can be considered a champion. If you're in for a major kitchen remodel and doesn't want to cut the bank to accomplish your aesthetic, we recommend a classic white for an everlasting design.
Stainless Steel Appliances
Stainless steel appliances have surpassed the test of time. People are always looking for the next big trend in kitchen design, but no other appliance finish appears to have the look that works in such a broad type of kitchens as stainless steel. Stainless appliances have surpassed the trends over the years and are now the new norm in kitchen designs.
The glass-front cabinet is a must-have for a small kitchen. It opens up the look of your kitchen and makes space feel larger. Glass-front cabinets give your kitchen the same sense as open shelving. This light, open ambience adds a timeless look in your kitchen, making this style a forever trend.
Lately, farmhouse sinks became popular as glass-front cabinets. The apron-front farmhouse sink is in demand for recent years. This type of sink gives a nostalgic look with a more modern feel.
Farmhouse sinks became popular even before dishwashers were invented. These sinks were made to provide the depth to avoid splashing, and they’re wide enough to contain many dishes, pots, and pans. Whether you choose an expensive stone or marble style, or a more modest ceramic one, farmhouse sinks will be a forever trend in kitchen design.
Subway tiles are universal and can fit in any designs. They resist the test of time for a few reasons:
1. They’re cheaper.
2. They pair well with various appliances and finishes.
3. You can arrange them in interesting and unexpected ways.
Subway tiles may be viewed as a millennial phenomenon, but this tile style is surely a classic design. It's a non-intrusive look which was featured in the century homes and buildings of the past.
As you dream of your ideal kitchen, use these five designs to create a space you're sure to love for a long time.