Inspiration + Design

5 Kitchen Remodeling Trends

Your kitchen may very well be the hardest working room in the house. But just because it’s functional doesn’t mean it can’t be fabulous. That’s what I love most about these five kitchen remodeling trends — they bring beauty, style and some unexpected charm to the heart of the home.

  1. Brushed Brass Hardware

I like to think of hardware as jewelry for the kitchen. Lighting, faucets, knobs and pulls done up in a beautiful brushed brass add texture add shine to this space and brings a richness that nickel and steel just can’t beat. | Quick•Step Style Blog

I like to think of hardware as jewelry for the kitchen. Lighting, faucets, knobs and pulls done up in a beautiful brushed brass add texture add shine to this space and brings a richness that nickel and steel just can’t beat.

2) Painted Cabinets

A classic white kitchen will always be in style, but if you’re looking for something a little more current, go for painted cabinetry in a rich shade of deep green or blue. | Quick•Step Style

A classic white kitchen will always be in style, but if you’re looking for something a little more current, go for painted cabinetry in a rich shade of deep green or blue. Painting cabinets isn’t always easy, but it’s one of the more affordable ways to totally transform this hardworking space.

3) Single Basin Sinks

Though not a new trend, single basin sinks are definitely a lasting one. One large sink is so much more functional than two smaller ones—and sleeker looking, too. | Quick•Step Style Blog

Though not a new trend, single basin sinks are definitely a lasting one. One large sink is so much more functional than two smaller ones—and sleeker looking, too.

4) Tiling to the Ceiling

When it comes to kitchens, taking your tile all the way to the ceiling is the best way to get the totally on-trend look you see in all the design magazines. If you’re looking to make a real splash in the kitchen, this is the way to do it. | Quick•Step Style Blog

When it comes to kitchens, taking your tile all the way to the ceiling is the best way to get the totally on-trend look you see in all the design magazines. If you’re looking to make a real splash in the kitchen, this is the way to do it.

5) Fuss-free Flooring

 Our moisture-resistant laminate in the Envique Collection is the perfect choice for areas prone to spills and dampness. Featured floor: Summer Pine. | Quick•Step Style Blog

In the past, wood floors were too high maintenance for the kitchen. But thanks to  the introduction of moisture-proof laminate options, you can get the look of hardwood without all the worry. Our moisture-resistant laminate in the Envique™ Collection is the perfect choice for areas prone to spills and dampness. Using the new HydroSeal™ technology, Envique planks resist water on both the surface and joints, helping prevent spills from seeping into the core. Envique has all the charm of traditional hardwood but is so much easier to maintain.

– Erinn

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