Kitchen Projects – Trends in 2017-2018
New Kitchen Projects in 2017 seem to pop up everywhere this season, as homeowners are preparing to move into a new home, upgrade their existing home, or sell their home. Many folks start with a simple DYI and end up hiring local specialists. We are local to Marietta Ga, a suburb of Atlanta Ga and assist homeowners with their Custom Kitchen Projects and more. We have been a part of the local community for over a decade and would love to help you with your upcoming or existing project.
(1) Teal Kitchen Cabinets
Until this season, non-neutral kitchen cabinets were avoided at all costs. While this look still provides natural elegance, homeowners are providing a pop of color and a thrifty finish with teal kitchen cabinets.
Whether distressed and weathered or bright and clean, these cabinet colors seem to be trending this year. Check out a few on House Beautiful.
The best part? You don’t even have to replace your cabinets altogether to change their color and texture. We offer kitchen cabinet refacing to save homeowners time and money. By refacing and staining your cabinetry we can achieve a new look and new color scheme without a complete tear out and start over.
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The process of cabinet refacing is a bit different from custom cabinets or ordering in finished kitchen cabinet doors. Refacing means to replace the side and face of the cabinet doors. You can have a fresh look without the added expense of a custom cabinet. Though we believe you can never go wrong with the longevity of custom cabinets.
(2) Bright Accents
Maybe having teal cabinets is too much for your home. If you still want a pop of color, consider adding a red or blue sink. You could also add color to your smaller appliances, such as the toaster, your microwave, or even your kitchen table. Luckily, vibrant and fashionable colors are back in and are probably here to stay.
(3) Stainless Steel Appliances
If you aren’t a fan of bright colors, complement neutral cabinets and elegant finishes with stainless steel appliances. These appliances are easy to maintain, in addition to being chic and classy. It’s hard to beat a stainless steel finish, and homeowner habits this season have proven it.
(4) Shaker Kitchen Cabinets
Also popular this season are shaker kitchen cabinets. This style is characterized by a five-piece door with a recessed center panel. Chic, classy, and convenient. Visit Kitchen Cabinet Depot for examples.
For a while, colorful (and neutral) backsplash was utterly ignored in kitchen design. Now, subway tile backsplash tile and even colorful paint are making a strong comeback. You can use plain backsplash tile or add color and texture to your kitchen. Neutral tiles can add an elegant touch between cabinets and if you want to customize your style you can add stain (color) to your cabinetry. Your backsplash or tile choice can complement your appliances, countertops, and cabinet colors in ways that paint struggles to compete with.
Interested in Cabinet Refacing or Custom Cabinet Design? Kitchen Projects can be stressful, and I know you thought your DYI was a great IDEA!
The process of getting started is simple and straightforward. Call us and we will come out to your home and look over your existing cabinets and show you samples of the styles of doors and drawer fronts available, decorative hardware, as well as with samples of Beautiful Finishes we provide in stains, solid colors, and glazes. Your consultation will always be followed up promptly, with a written estimate.
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If you choose us for your kitchen remodel you are choosing a team of knowledgeable professionals. We know about new trends, and we’re happy to share ideas with you! We’re also happy to incorporate your ideas. It’s our job to bring your dream to life, and we take great pride in what we do.