Food brings people together so it is no wonder kitchens are a major selling point in a house. Get the most of your next kitchen remodel with these kitchen trends of next year. Stay ahead of your remodel with 2016 ideas.
Looking ahead into 2016, the Open Kitchen trend will be a big popularity among homeowners. Open Kitchen designs of next year include combining your kitchen, living room and dining room in one open floor plan. The floor plan will create a seamless layout great for hosting parties. You can achieve this look by taking down any walls that separate the three rooms. Keep in mind to speak to a contractor before knocking down walls that may be structurally needed to hold your roof up. Talking about kitchen layouts, surprisingly Kitchen Fireplaces will be a trend to watch out for during 2016. If you want to keep that open kitchen feel, think about installing a fireplace that can be enjoyed from every angle such as with a Peninsula fireplace.
Don’t let people call your kitchen remodel “so last year.” 2016 we will see impressive custom kitchens containing everything from built-ins to wine rooms. Cabinets will have slide out racks for hanging pots and pans and other doors will open to reveal personal coffee bars. This remodel let your designer know all your wishes and see what custom ideas they can come up with to make your kitchen amazing. How can you get this look? Check out ideas for cell phone docking drawers, built in wine racks in place of cabinets, and even pop up outlets straight out of your counter top. You can even have a built in spaces for your recycling containers. Don’t let us forget that the newest appliance on the rise will be the Kitchen Aid Pro Range- this puppy will cook up some great food and be the conversation starter of your kitchen.
You won’t have to worry much about choosing a color for your kitchen remodel of 2016. White and Gray are still on top of the list. Gray is shown to represent calmness and balance, and is the perfect backdrop for any style. Jessica from Freshhome.com tells us, “Gray is the hot new “in” color. It’s recently taken front and center, upstaging its neutral cousins, taupe, beige and ivory. Gray is the little black dress for your home. It’s the new must have essential color that’s modern and edgy yet timeless and classic. It’s the perfect chameleon as it suits just about every room, every mood and every setting.” The clean look of the colors White and Gray make them easy choices for remodeling kitchens, and they pair well with almost any countertop material and fixture. Get this look without losing your style – go two toned. Paint your upper cabinets a lighter color than your lower ones. Throw in a pop of bold colors and patterns to show who you really are.
If you don’t like to follow trends, let us help you make your own!