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When you’re planning your Denver kitchen remodeling project, you want to create a kitchen that will work for you today—and will still appeal to buyers down the road should you decide to sell. There are plenty of kitchen trends these days, including granite countertops and white cabinets, but which will still look fresh later on, if you decide to sell?
Let’s take a look at some of the decisions you might consider making for your upcoming kitchen remodeling project. Here’s what the professionals at HGTV have to say about what’s popular this year: 17 Top Kitchen Design Trends. Compare these with the trends that are predicted to stand the test of time, and you can have a kitchen the will work for you right now—and be appealing to buyers in the future.
We’ve all heard about nothing but granite for years, but today’s savvy homeowners are choosing quartz more and more. Why? It’s resistant to stains. It’s durable. It’s beautiful. And unlike granite countertops, it doesn’t need to be sealed each year to protect it from damage.
There is nothing new about white kitchens, and it looks like this trend is not going anywhere any time soon. You might even eschew stainless steel appliances and go with white. Sure, stainless has been de rigueur in recent years, but white appliances are cheaper, easier to clean, and look great in any kitchen’s color scheme.
With the recent trend toward smaller spaces, you might want to think about smaller appliances. This is an especially good choice for kitchens that might be on the smaller side. Many companies are now offering a wide variety of choices with smaller appliances, so you don’t have to sacrifice any of the latest features just because you are going small. Small is better for the environment as well.
You can’t go wrong with gray as an accent color. You could use gray for your backsplash, for instance, and then use pops of color on the wall or with curtains or linens. This classic color is appealing to almost anyone’s taste, so you can’t go wrong—even if you decide to sell your home in the future.
If you’re looking for some inspiration for your Denver kitchen remodeling project, take a look at our project gallery to see some of the kitchens we have created for happy customers.
You want your new kitchen to be the ideal space, so it will take careful thought on deciding how you want your new room to be designed. You also want to pick finishes, cabinets, and so forth that will not go out of style quickly. The professionals at Ridgeline Design and Build can work with you to transform your kitchen into the ideal space for your family today—and forgetting resale value out of it tomorrow. Give us a call at 303-346-6100 or request a free quote. When you are ready for your Denver kitchen remodeling project, let the experts at Ridgeline Remodeling help. Contact us today!