As 2017 is quickly approaching, Wineteer Construction CEO, Mike Dodd, weighs in on a few kitchen remodeling trends to consider before starting on your next project.
#1: Grey is the new white. Even though white continues to be the number one homeowner’s pick, the use of softer greys and neutral colors, combined with rich wood tones, helps to bring warmth and sophistication to one of the most heavily used rooms in your home.
#2: Accessibility is within reach. Recent National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) surveys show that having accessible/universal design features in kitchens is growing and here to stay! This includes side-opening ovens at counter height. You don’t have to reach up or bend down to fetch your holiday turkey, just comfortably slide it out. This tweak makes cooking so much more ergonomic and accessible for everyone.
#3: The right flooring is a step in the right direction. Wood and ceramic/porcelain tile continue to be the two most popular flooring materials. Both materials are versatile, long lasting and are easy to match the overall design.
Wineteer Construction is a family-owned, Kansas City-based residential renovation and restoration firm. We’ve placed our focus on creating beautiful design by using high-quality products and skilled craftsmanship for nearly three decades.