With Fall literally just around the corner here in the Capital Region many families might be considering doing some upgrades around the house. Since the kitchen is the most popular area where the entire family tends to congregate, it would be a great time to consider doing a complete kitchen upgrade.
Especially, here in Clifton Park, where many families have many social gatherings with their friends and extended family. Now, you might not want to do a complete kitchen upgrade, you might want to do some basic updates to freshen up your kitchen.
Here are some tips and suggestions what you could do this fall. Some of these ideas might be right up your alley and others may not.
Consider concealing all of your and appliances
This is a really interesting look and one that a lot of people are showing interest in these days. The idea is to blend in your appliances with your surrounding cabinetry. This is a really trendy option and can help easily organize and de clutter your kitchen. Plus, when you reveal your appliances to visiting friends or family, there is definitely a wow factor.
Different color trends for your appliances.
Many people are testing the limits of different colors. At the end of the day, stainless steel is a look and finish that will withstand the test of time. Stainless steel provides for more of a sterile surface and is often associated with luxury upper class offerings. Surprisingly, black is a color being chosen more and more. Largely because it is considered a formal and classy look for those with light colored cabinetry.
Maple cabinets are extremely durable and extremely popular when people are doing kitchen upgrades. There are all kinds of cool options including secret doors behind sliders, floating units and many other innovative options.
We see countertops more often than not being the single upgrade people tend to make to their kitchens if they are on a budget. They could easily re-surface or paint their cabinetry and simply replace the countertops for a completely new look in the kitchen. Kitchen countertops come in all different services and colors, leaving you with an amazing array of choices. You can go with traditional granite, quartz, concrete or, my personal favorite, wooden countertops. Wood is definitely becoming extremely popular these days and as long as it is properly treated and sealed, it will be extremely durable and resist all kinds of stains that you might think you'll experience in your kitchen.
These are just a few considerations if you're looking to upgrade your kitchen this fall. If you live in the Clifton Park area and are looking for a great kitchen contractor, please consider Clifton Park Kitchen Remodeling.