Kitchen remodeling is an effective way to update an older house, put your stamp on it, and increase your appreciation of it without having to move. There are endless possibilities for updating the kitchen, but you might need some inspiration. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Below are some of the most popular kitchen remodeling trends for 2019.
Some of the Newest Kitchen Remodeling Trends
1. Smart Kitchens
Smart kitchens bring your home into the 21st century. For example, you might consider a motion sensor-activated faucet that turns on when you place your hands in the sink. Smart devices in your refrigerator monitor grocery usage, letting you know when you're almost out of certain foods. One in particular even monitors your eggs to let you know when they’re going bad. You can adjust lights, oven temperature, and more anywhere from your smartphone or tablet.
2. Bold Cabinets
For the past few years, white and off-white cabinets were on-trend, while bold or dark colors had fallen out of style. The opposite is now true: Dark and colorful cabinets are the current fashion. Instead of the clean sterility of white cabinets and walls, trendsetters are choosing dramatic colors and hues like green, red, blue, and black to add visual interest.
3. Kitchen Islands
Kitchen islands are currently de rigeur. They give household chefs additional food preparation space and extra storage for pots and pans. Add a barstool or two, and the space can double as a place to eat breakfast, finish homework, or talk with the cook. Install a second sink to split cleanup duties after a large meal or entertaining guests.
If you're planning a kitchen remodeling project, contact TLC Remodeling in Golden Valley, MN, to update your kitchen cabinets. They have served clients throughout the Twin Cities region since 2004 and add TLC (tender loving construction) to each project. They also specialize in home additions, attic finishing, and bathroom renovations. Visit their website to view a gallery of completed projects or to read client testimonials. Call (952) 356-4303 to arrange a consultation and discuss your future improvement plans.