There are currently some amazing trends in kitchen design that every die-hard home-enthusiast is likely dying to implement in their own homes. The great news is that most of these trends are actually timeless. They can allow you to create a kitchen that could be in style for years to come. What’s not to love about that? If you are in the midst of a Tampa kitchen remodeling project, take a look at the following trends and choose some of your favorites to use in your own home.
Quartz is fast becoming one of the most popular countertop options on the market. Why? Because it requires very little upkeep and has some serious timeless appeal. Its soft, shimmering surface is also a major plus because it is more low key than other options, which means you are less likely to tire of it quickly after installation.
The Open Layout
Say no to the galley kitchen and let your most commonly used workspace out into the open where it belongs. This can help you become a better hostess, allow you to enjoy your parties instead of being stuck in the kitchen and it may help you keep a closer eye on your kids while working in the kitchen.
Instead of adding to the closed off look of a wall or multi-level island, choosing an island with only one level can make a great difference in your kitchen. It helps light pass through more easily and can make the spaces between your living area and kitchen meld more easily into one. This may help the entire area work more seamlessly together for a cohesive feeling and appearance.
White kitchens will never truly go out of style. They just offer too many perks to homeowners. Not only do they look clean and bright, but they are also easy on the eyes. This makes it less likely that you will tire of the design quickly, which is often a problem with overdesigned spaces. Moreover, it is easy to change the feel of a white kitchen using only accent pieces, so you have a lot of options when you choose a white kitchen.
It took forever, but designers finally figured out what most homeowners want in their kitchen: deep drawers. These drawers make storing pots and pans and other large items a cinch. Because they are more accessible than deep shelves on a lower cabinet, they are ideal for people with health limitations or disabilities.
Even if you only have enough budget for one or two of these items, they are well worth the effort. You may see a great return on your investment should you need to sell.