Textured laminate kitchens are the new modern and streamline look. This particular product is very economical in cost, thus making it a practical option. With the horizontal grain on slab doors it creates a wood like finish. The characteristics of wood properties are present, from how the stain pulls to how it perfectly varies in each and every piece. They are a great alternative to the wood with a more durable and easier cleaning surface!
Colour trends tend to change yearly, mostly due to paint companies coming out with a ‘colour of the year’ every year, so choosing the right colour can be quiet overwhelming. One thing we know for sure is that colours like the white, creams, greys and stains like dark browns and greys are timeless selections.
Two Tone Kitchens
Two tone kitchens are the perfect way to add interest and contrast to your space. By mixing light colours with dark or even pairing painted with wood or textured laminates you create a nice focal point with your kitchen.
It is always an amazing idea to add a splash of colour to your kitchen. This can be achieved by changing the colour of your island, hutch, or through floating shelves. You can also brighten up your vanities by adding a bold colour. This is also a great feature to apply to your vanities in ensuites, bathrooms, and powder rooms!
Hardware is the jewelry of the kitchen and is a great way to add additional interest to the space. With a broad range of finishes available, brushed nickel is still one of the most popular options. Some other finishes that are making a comeback are champagne and brushed brass.
When choosing a material like wood or mdf, you have unlimited ways of customizing your space. Due to the nature of the product, you are able to accomplish a lot more as wood is easier to manipulate and customize. Some of the trending features that we are seeing today consist of floating shelves, decorative island legs, “X” style wine racks, as well as floating vanities.