As a homeowner, the last thing you want to do is spend thousands of dollars on a full kitchen remodel only to have the designs you chose go out of style a year or two later. Kitchen design trends, like all trends, go in and out of style and it can be hard to keep up. At Booher Remodeling Company, we’ve found that the best way to avoid your kitchen design going out of style is by choosing timeless designs – and our design team can help you do just that.

Timeless Kitchen Design Trends

1. White Cabinetry

For a few years, all white everything was the style. Homeowners were choosing white walls, cabinetry, and even floors for a clean, minimalistic look. And while the all-white trend is now considered old news, white cabinetry is here to stay. White cabinets can be paired with any style from traditional to contemporary, and look great with any color, tone, or texture you would like to implement into your design.

2. Shaker Style Cabinet Doors

The Shaker style cabinet door is a simple, flat-paneled cabinet design that was designed by the Shaker communities back in the 1800s. The design is both simple and practical, and we don’t think it will be going out of style any time soon. While ornamental cabinetry can be attractive, often the look is difficult to update should you ever want to, whereas the minimalistic Shaker style can be paired with any updates you can dream up.

3. Marble Countertops

Finally, when looking for a countertop that will stand up to changing design trends and last a lifetime, consider marble. Marble is naturally heat-resistant, so you won’t have to worry about damaging it with your hot pans, and the stone look increases the value of your home. With all the colors and finishes available, you’re sure to find a beautiful countertop that will look beautiful for years to come.

For more ideas on how to design a kitchen that will stand the test of time, contact the design team at Booher Remodeling Company today at (317) 852-5546. Our kitchen remodeling experts are happy to serve the communities in Indianapolis and beyond.