We think these seven 2016 kitchen cabinet trends are spot on! Do you?
What’s next for this mighty hardwood? Well, a couple of interesting trends are developing.
Who doesn’t love a little metal vibe? We sure do!
Metal doors are an awesome accent to your new kitchen. They add that “pop” of commercial inspiration, and create a bit of rock and roll in your new space.
OK, so TFL is unfamiliar to you. But is it, really? THERMALLY FUSED LAMINATE or TFL is the term used for today’s vastly improved melamine. Think of TFL as today’s latest and greatest laptop vs yesterday’s melamine, which is like yee ole typewriter. Both get the job done – but one is much more technically advanced.
What do you think of when you hear the term Maple? A big leafy tree that turns its leaves to bright orange and deep red, perhaps? But did you know that Maple is known for its hardness and minimal grain pattern, making it an ideal choice for today’s more contemporary themes?
Have you ever picked the practicality of synthetics over silk?
Do you lay awake at night wondering if you made the right decision, when you picked the fussiness of marble over the practicality of quartz for your new counters?
Perhaps you’re a Thermofoil-fan, and don’t even know it.
Perfect as an accent or for a whole room, Acrylic finishes are the epitome of “wow factor.” So go on, let your glossy goddess come out, and get some “wow” now in your new kitchen or bath.
An uber-luxe pick for your home, Cherry features a warm color variation, which mellows with age – groovy.
White is the most marketable color, states John Riha in his piece entitled “Kitchen Remodeling Decisions You’ll Never Regret.” You’ll always find it atop the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s annual survey of most popular kitchen colors. It simply doesn’t go out of style.
According to Proud Green Home, perhaps the recession taught us something. Or maybe people would rather scratch their fingernails on a chalkboard than move. Either way, an emerging housing trend is that more and more folks are opting to remodel their existing home than move to a new one. In other words, they’d rather “love it” than “list it”.