Tuesday, January 26, 2016

2016 kitchen design trends for Keller homeowners

Some kitchen design trends fade as quickly as they come in — tile countertops, naked windows or avocado-hued appliances may come to mind. Other trends, however, are so deeply rooted in good design that they’re destined to become timeless style statements — and enhance your kitchen with a look you’ll love as much in a decade as you do the first moment you see it.

Those are the trends Keller homeowners should watch for in 2016 and incorporate into their kitchen upgrade plans. Given nearly nine in 10 homeowners plan to renovate their homes in the near future with half of them planning to do so within the next year, being armed with the right information will help make those renovations a success.

Timeless design has an enduring aesthetic that seamlessly complements a range of infinite kitchen styles and colors. They create looks and enhance functionality in ways that will pay off for homeowners for years to come.

Hera are five design trends to watch in 2016:

Open it up
Areas that seem small or cramped have never been a staple in homes. Look for design enhancements that create a more open atmosphere, like open shelving or glass-front cabinets, which appear contemporary, sleek and functional. Open storage encourages organization, cuts clutter and eliminates chaos since the contents are always on display. They also provide a great way for homeowners to display their special dishware.

Stainless steel revamp
Stainless steel appliances have long been the standard of elegance in modern kitchens. Newer appliances add luster and warmth to the satin-smooth finish and maintain the durability of traditional stainless steel. The effect is warm and sophisticated, meshing perfectly with a range of kitchen design styles and colors. It only helps that the finish is smudge-resistant, which is perfect for a people who like to keep things clean. The Black Stainless Steel from LG is considered a great option.

Let your personality shine
Modern designs and the sheer number of home décor products make it easier than ever to personalize virtually any design theme. You can add a dash of your personality to your kitchen decor in many ways. Use decorative accents on counters and focus on underscoring a theme you love in the rest of the house, for instance.

A lived-in look with touches of style adds life to the space. Vintage salt and pepper shakers, brass or wooden utensils, glass canisters, wooden bowls, enamel pots and even vintage cookbooks are options. You can find so many ways to add personal flair to a design, and it’s a sensibility that will never go out of style.

Contrast is good
Some combinations will always be on trend. Black and white, and metallics like brass, gold or copper,  paired with natural and wooden touches are combinations that will never tire. They can be used alone or in combination with other elements to bring energy to your Keller home. You really can’t go wrong with any of them.

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