When you’re ready to remodel, designing your dream kitchen can be a tricky task. You have to find a balance between current trends, your personal taste, and what meets your family’s needs. There is nothing worse than completing a remodel only to have all of your finishes fall out of style and look dated in a few short years. To keep your new kitchen looking trendy yet timeless, you can incorporate these design elements that the experts at Booher Remodeling Company believe will be around for many years to come.
White on White
From cabinets to walls to backsplash to countertops, white is here to stay. You can easily incorporate colorful and fun accessories with a clean and timeless white backdrop and switch them out when you’re ready for a change.
Upper cabinets are becoming more and more scarce with the open shelving movement taking over. You can keep it casual in your shelving design and really express yourself, or you can keep them neat, sleek, and modern with a minimalist approach.
Statement Kitchen Islands
It is no surprise that islands are almost as much of a staple in kitchens now as refrigerators. Single-level islands give kitchens a new level of versatility and openness. Your island can be an extra large statement piece with unique features such as a drink fridge and wine rack. Or you can keep it simple and practical by incorporating a sink and counter stools.
Say goodbye to dark and busy stone countertops such as granite, and embrace quartz, the newest player in the game. Quartz requires less upkeep than granite and comes in lighter shades that offer a more timeless feel.
Large, Practical Sinks
You don’t need a white, porcelain farm sink to keep up with this trend. Any large sink that makes your life easier will look and feel great in your new kitchen. Extra large models with a single bowl can accommodate several pots and pans that require hand washing.
Feeling inspired for your kitchen remodel? Contact Booher Remodeling today at (317) 852-5546 to discuss these and many other design ideas. We serve homeowners in and around Fishers, Carmel, and Indianapolis, IN.