Have you thought about updating the cabinets in your kitchen or bathroom lately? First, you should know the best current cabinetry trends before purchasing new cabinets. Among these trends are floating cabinets, color flare, floor-to-ceiling cabinets, And, believe it or not, no cabinets at all. We break down each of these trends in the paragraphs below. Once you know and learn about them, you will better understand what you want to install in your home.
You may have always had the same cabinet color White, brown, or wood stain, perhaps? Consistent, neutral colors have long-defined cabinetry, but change is on the horizon. Adding a pop of color to your bathroom or kitchen cabinets breathes life into the space and enhances its visual appeal.
Cabinets up to the Ceiling:
Standard-size closets are becoming a thing of the past. Previously, almost all cabinets were 30 inches tall and relied on soffits to fill the space between the top of the cabinets and the Ceiling. Cabinets of this size were efficient and made it easy to access all the items they stored without making them difficult.
Floating cabinets are a great way to elevate your cabinetry game. They climb directly onto the wall and, as their name suggests, appear to hover above the ground. Floating cabinets give the bathroom a clean, modern look and save much-needed space. They can even be designed as vanity pieces that include a sink or two, adding an extra degree of elegance.
Floating cabinets hang about 1 foot above the ground in most cases, you can easily vacuum or mop the floor below. The elevation also allows you to quickly retrieve anything that falls to the ground below and protect your closets in the event of a flood. Of course, you want to avoid a flooded bathroom from a storm or a plumbing problem. But if you do, floating cabinets are more likely to survive damage than their gravity-fed counterparts.
Installing new cabinets in your home only makes sense. They add value to your home, modernize the surrounding space, improve visual appeal, and enhance functionality. If you’ve considered upgrading your cabinets, now is the time to turn your dreams into reality.
Focus on Remodeling:
Local remodeling showrooms eliminate all the irrelevant products and services found at home improvement stores so you can zero in on the task at hand. When shopping at home improvement stores, you’ll want to look for materials throughout the store. In showrooms, you’ll encounter everything you need to rebuild without a scavenger hunt.
You may think visiting your local showroom wastes time if they need what you need. But chances are, you’re wrong! Showrooms offer various materials and options for the most common remodeling projects.
The kitchen is one of the most used rooms in your home. However, kitchens also have a lot of moisture, and when you’re looking at flooring options, you need to consider functionality in addition to form.
Hardwood is a perennial favorite, This flooring is durable, long-lasting, and comes in various colors. They are rarely out of style, and some popular wood types include cherry, white oak, and hickory.
Natural hardwood floors fall into the high-end category of flooring options, but when you take care of your floor, it will reward you with longevity and beauty. Hardwood flooring trends for kitchens include:
If you’re like most of us, spending time in the kitchen means spreading out and making a bit of a mess. Ceramic tile has continued to be famous for kitchens, mainly because the tiles are durable and stain resistant. One of the other great things about tiles is that they come in a wide variety of colors and textures, and tile patterns can have a dramatic effect on the look and feel of your kitchen.
Flooring can be manufactured in many ways. This is a solid board of fibers held together with adhesives. At the same time, another popular option is based on woven bamboo fibers that create an even more robust and durable surface.
Consider these flooring options for your next kitchen remodel. Call the professionals at LuxyKitchens and Millwork to inquire about your options for your next remodel, or stop by our showroom to explore them in person.