If you are planning to renew your kitchen in 2019 you are probably mulling over some ideas just at the moment. There are several trends that you might want to consider, keeping in mind that you have to live with your kitchen for several years, so it has to be something that you love rather than doing something just because it is a trend at the moment.
One of the trends in high end kitchen cabinetry, Boca Raton, FL, is multi-colored units rather than the “all in one” look that we have seen in the past. Although keeping the cabinets a matching color outside, people are putting different colors on the inside panels of the doors. So you might have light green panels on the outside, with dark green on the inside. A somewhat quirky variation is having completely different contrasting panels such as the light green outside and blue inside.
Keeping in mind that many kitchens are quite small, lighter colors such as light green, primrose, or light gray, will give the kitchen the impression of more space.
One trend is for open shelving as opposed to everything in cabinets. A tall, narrow set of shelving can be used for items that you use often, or you could use some of the shelves for display. You might even site the shelving near to a window and you could keep pots of herbs on it. Pretty as well as practical.
One of the biggest trends in high end kitchen cabinetry, Boca Raton, FL, this year has been hiding the appliances. The fridge, freezer, microwave, washing machine, and so on, are now hiding behind cabinet doors which match the rest of the kitchen, giving an appearance of much cleaner lines.
If you have a small kitchen you probably always wish you had more storage space, and a way to achieve this is to extend the cabinetry upwards – to the ceiling if you wish. Rather than having a large trim around the top of the cabinets with some empty space that becomes cluttered up with odds and ends – and also dust – you can make much better use of those few extra inches.
Smarter storage is also a trend in high end kitchen cabinetry in Boca Raton, FL. Drawers now have dividers which are built in, rather than going to the store and buying plastic dividers for cutlery and so on. Many people are also installing a wine cabinet, albeit slim, to house the ever-increasing number of bottles of wine in US homes.
One other trend in high end cabinetry is the use of quartz for counter tops. Unlike marble and granite, quartz isn’t porous, so spills won’t stain it.