The kitchen is viewed as the heart of the home. This being said, you wouldn’t want your kitchen to look outdated in relation to the rest of your home. Fortunately, you don’t have to keep on remodeling every time there’s a new kitchen design trend on the rise.
In this article, roof replacement, exterior renovator and kitchen remodeler Certified Home Improvement, LLC shares how to design a kitchen that will never look outdated.
Every year, Pantone picks and broadcasts the color of the year, spurring design enthusiasts everywhere to pick furniture pieces and home design elements according to whatever color is currently in the limelight. While there’s nothing wrong with following trends, it might be better in the long run to stick to neutral colors which are less hyped but has better chances of standing the test of time. You can experiment with different textures if neutral colors seem too monotonous for you.
You simply can’t go wrong with a Shaker-style kitchen. Simple yet functional features of a Shaker kitchen will never go out of style even as new trends come and go. Pro tip: you can use repurposed wooden siding as cabinet doors for a more rustic and authentic feel.
What looks modern today might not have the same appeal in a few years. This applies to stainless steel appliances that market themselves as avant-garde. It’s safer to choose materials such as wood and stone to keep your kitchen from looking outdated.
If in doubt, subway tiles are the way to go as your backsplash. This ever-reliable material has been around for quite a while, and it looks like it won’t be going anywhere any time soon.
Certified Home Improvement, LLC specializes in a wide range of home improvement services, including roof repair and kitchen remodeling services to name a few. Call us today at (734) 329-0119 for a free estimate. We cater to homes in and around Garden City, MI.