Do you feel like redefining that overstayed custom cabinetry idea of yours for an upcoming kitchen renovation? Are you looking for some unique kitchen design trends that can inspire your next Houston project? Well, being in that dilemma isn’t your fault as gone are the days when the design elements of your home are taken from worn out design ideas.
So, if you want to actualize that dream kitchen of yours and you’re tired of all those farmhouse sinks, checkerboard floors, and scalloped accents, then nothing stops you from engaging the remodeling service of Canopy Unlimited as we can assist you in choosing the best and latest trends in kitchen design for 2018 and beyond.
Here are our top 4 favorite trends that rock the world of kitchen design as chosen by our Houston Remodeling service experts:
Mixed Metals: If you want to show off your kitchen in all its beauty, then mixing metals (like bronze and brass) in a coordinated fashion (not necessarily in a matching way) is a grand approach to spice up your kitchen. For instance, a matte finish used in combination with a shiny one tends to create an atmosphere of warmth with greater balance than using the same finish throughout. This trend not only adds visual interest in the eyes of the homeowner but also the visitors. It helps in creating depth and blends well in the kitchen since it affords you the opportunity of using different finishes in your hardware, lighting, and plumbing.
Multipurpose Kitchen Islands: Kitchen islands have evolved to become the central hub of the modern day kitchen. In designing multipurpose islands, it's imperative for the form to follow function and this trend seems to be gaining popularity because wall cabinet spaces in kitchen design are gradually becoming outdated. So who wouldn't cherish a single level larger sized design that serves multiple uses without cluttering up the kitchen space? The kitchen islands have effective storage solution cabinets that can be fitted with different under-counter appliances. It also provides a seat-and-serve opportunity that could be used as a casual dining and/or drinking bar.
Two-Toned Cabinetry: If you’re looking for a way to keep your kitchen from looking too plain, then the two-toned custom cabinetry is a design that you can go for. It works well in both conventional and modern kitchens. You can use two different paint colors or a single one as well as a more natural-looking wood to bring more warmth and life into your cooking space.
Mixed Materials and Finishes: Applying this streamlined design on everything from kitchen cabinets to hardware fixtures and appliances gives an added punch to your creative cabinetry (especially when materials with texture are considered).
Feel free to browse our Houston home remodeling portfolio for more design ideas.