Planning to remodel your kitchen? Visualizing new materials in your future kitchen can be a challenge. According to Zillow, 58% of home buyers said that the kitchen's style is very important to them. Many homeowners hope to coordinate their countertops with their cabinets to achieve a complete design look throughout their home. But how do you determine what countertops and cabinets go together? Here are some tips when it comes to designing your kitchen.
Deciding on a color palette is a great place to start when it comes to renovating your kitchen. You have the creative freedom to look at many color combinations that best suit your home. Experts typically recommend keeping your kitchen remodel palette simple. Step one is to choose three coordinating neutrals. Select one primary color and two complementary accent colors that appeal to your kitchen wish list. Choose neutrals for a kitchen that will stand the test of time. Neutrals are very common because they brighten up the feel of the kitchen and are desired by homebuyers.
Cabinets usually take up more room in a kitchen, but countertops are typically what your eye gravitates toward the most. Countertops are the foundation of your kitchen design and from there you can decide on the look for your cabinets and flooring. For example, if you have a light-colored quartz countertop, consider pairing it with classic mid-tone grey cabinetry and natural wood flooring.
You can do much more with the look of your kitchen than just the cabinets and countertops. Even your kitchen appliances can add style to your home. Doorknobs, utensils, backsplashes, and greenery can truly alleviate the feel of your kitchen. For example, metallic finishes brighten a space or can highlight countertops with flecks of metallic, gold, or silver.
Your kitchen is an essential part of your home and is a focal point for many families. When it comes to the design of your home, consider matching the style of your countertops and cabinet colors. For more information on beautiful countertops, give us a call today!