When shopping for a house or even looking to sell, a major selling point is a kitchen. So easily are they outdated, arranged strangely, or even closed off to the rest of the house. There are lots of tips and tricks to remodeling your kitchen to give it an open feel, a look that won’t easily go out of style, and look great whether you are selling your house or giving your home a new look.
These three kitchens all have stained wood cabinet, paired nicely with a bright, white granite top, and a neutral or white tiled back splash. They each show a traditional kitchen with a modern touch of stainless steel appliances, an island, and the perfect lighting to match the rest of their homes. The flooring is a neutral tile to accompany the rest of the kitchen. The colored island is just a “wow” factor. Having a colored island isn’t necessarily traditional; however it brings a shabby-chic feel to a warm kitchen. When choosing a wood stained cabinet for your kitchen, choosing an elegant trim and the correctly fashioned hardware for the cabinets are a must. These traditional kitchens not only show a good design, but show traditional is still in, and classy as ever.
Another great trend, given the space, is an island that can be utilized as dinner table, a place where kids can do homework while mom or dad cooks, or just extra space for guests. The three kitchens show different styles. The first shows a modern look, with simple black, white, and stainless steel paired with circle pendants and dark wood floors that matches the rest of their home. The second shows a transitional style, with neutral colors, all paired wonderfully together. It is very open, and the island is the perfect size for this kitchen. And the last picture shows a large island with a butcher block for the island. The refrigerator is hidden behind panels matching their cabinets. The best part about having a eat-in style kitchen? The chairs. They will be the easiest change if you’re yearning for change without the price (or time, for that matter.)
These next two kitchens are in condominiums, although you could never tell by their beauty. The white cabinets make the kitchen look bigger, and they both have the same flooring as the rest of their living areas. Keeping the same flooring throughout reduces transitions, which in return, make spaces look bigger. The first kitchen features matching panels for the refrigerator. The best kept secret about this kitchen, are the refrigerated drawers on the island. The second kitchen features a more modern feel with minimal wall shelves, flat cabinet door style, and no hardware. It also features lots of open space for decorating, food use, or just to remain open for an open feel.
All of these kitchens were designed impeccably for the homes they reside in. At Sport Nobles Construction, we strive to make your dream to become reality. The best feeling after seeing the final project yourself; is impressing those who see it next.