So, what will this year’s kitchens look like? Some new additions to kitchen style are expected this year, such as: hi-tech workstations, ‘80s glam, and muted color schemes. Here are the top design changes of 2016:
The kitchen is often considered the heart of the home. No matter how comfortable you make the rest of the house, guests and family routinely head to the kitchen. Kids will be often found doing homework on the breakfast bar or rummaging through the contents of the fridge. It’s a truth of family life that seems to transcend cultural boundaries. Preserving the look and feel of a kitchen while updating its function is one of the challenges of interior design.
Renovating your kitchen can add value to your home in addition to making time spent cooking and eating more enjoyable. There are several reasons to update your kitchen, and this article will review the most common kitchen design...
Trends come and go, but painted cabinets are back! Until recently, kitchen design was all about stripping color and creating a modern, albeit uniform, color and design scheme. Colorful kitchen cabinets are quickly topping the list of the hottest design trends of 2016, funny how fashion turned back the clock and made the vintage cool again!
Let's focus on the ceiling.
Architectural features can play up a room's height or keep the interest at eye level, depending on the feel you are going for. Along with paint color and window treatments, moldings represent the simplest way to add style and definition to a room.
The average consumer wants a custom, luxury bathroom, and is willing to shell out the big bucks to pay for it. Previously, consumers would not pay anything north of $15,000, but recently that price has increased to $20,000, according to Tom Sertich of Kirk Development Co. in Phoenix.
However, some bathroom remodels can fetch prices as high $50,000, said Dale Conrad, owner of Conrad Kitchen, Bath and remodeling. “People are getting used to spending more money for their bathrooms,” Conrad says.
Kitchens do not have to be cookie cutter. Designing your dream kitchen is great because with customization, it can be all about you. Make the most of your space by adding custom options that match your lifestyle and serve a variety of uses. (more…)
The kitchen is the “heart” of the home. Designing this space is the heart of any successful home renovation, as most people always value the kitchen the most. Contemporary kitchen design focuses on creating a relaxing atmosphere while using quality materials, efficient design and state-of-the-art technology.
“Modern design trends have turned kitchens from functional spaces to places for all family members to use and enjoy,” says Dov Grushka, Master Craftsman at DnG Millwork & Cabinetry. “Determining your color palette will help define which materials and designs you want to use. Neutral colors, textures, and organic materials are very popular design motifs,” Dov remarked.
Kitchen ideas are always welcoming. Kitchens have a timeless allure, so much so that people love them even if they don’t cook. Whenever a renovation starts, most people assume that the kitchen is where it will begin. Kitchens are the heart of a home – often the default location of impromptu gatherings, late-night snacking, and pancakes J
Although many assume that appliances are the heart of the kitchen, it is really the cabinets that can make a dramatic difference. Custom cabinetry has been making a comeback in the last few years – offering tailored designs right for any kitchen. Here is a few of the best design examples of custom cabinetry:
It's an exciting time to be in Miami. With the upcoming Art Basel and Design Miami, there's an endless array of design inspiration to choose from. Are you ready to design your kitchen but don't know where to start? Let Art week in Miami be your muse. Here's a few events we recommend:
It’s a new year, is it time for a new kitchen?
Interior design is moving towards homes that are smaller, greener and offer more casual living space. Here are what we think will be the biggest trends in kitchen cabinet design in 2015. (more…)