Get a Kitchen Makeover with the Latest Trends

Big Kitchen

After the grueling winter months, spring is finally here. It’s the perfect time to sort through your things and decide which ones to keep and which to discard. Considering that you’re already in spring cleaning mode, maybe you should go through your kitchen as well – you may also want to consider if the space needs a makeover.

If you’ve ever considered renovating your kitchen after passing by the Main Street Kitchen & Flooring showroom, now might be the best time to do it.

Design It Right

Over the years, there have been numerous kitchen design successes and fails. If you don’t want to end up with a kitchen design fail, check out these trends which experts say will continue to be big in 2018 and beyond.

Mix It Up

You can’t go wrong with a classic white kitchen. However, going all white might not be the thing these days. Experts recommend providing a darker accent, usually black, to counter the appearance of an all-white kitchen. Not only does the contrast make for an interesting design element, it also lends an edgy aesthetic to the room.

Quartz Over Granite

Quartz is now the go-to material for countertops. Despite being pricier than granite, quartz isn’t porous. You won’t need too much elbow grease to clean this up.

Futuristic Kitchens

Today’s kitchen technology is ingenious. From touch-free faucets to appliances that can be connected to smartphones, experts believe that the latest in kitchen technology is going to be more than just a fad – it’s here to stay.

Up Your Range Hood Game

Give your range hood the star treatment it deserves. The range hood is one of the best statement makers there is in the kitchen. Considering that the range hood is already the kitchen’s focal point, why not purposely draw the eye to it?

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There are still a number of kitchen trends to watch out for, so be sure to check in with designers. Also, if you’re unsure how exactly you’re going to renovate your kitchen, it won’t hurt to ask for some professional advice.