As more families spend time together at home, it’s important your kitchen is as comfortable and inviting as it is functional and stylish.
Kitchen design decisions should be based on your family’s needs and preferences. An open layout makes your kitchen a more central and accessible part of your home. Removing one or two walls can create a larger and more inclusive atmosphere in your kitchen, dining area, and living room. Cabinet islands and peninsulas provide an abundance of surface and storage areas, and create an efficient and flowing floor-plan. Arranging appliances should suit your family’s culinary and eating habits so that what you need is always within reach.
Tasteful finishing materials make kitchens feel warm and welcoming. Quartz and natural granite are resilient, practical, and beautiful countertop materials that make cooking and cleaning an enjoyable experience. Selecting the right ceramic tiles for your backsplash gives your kitchen a classic feel, while also taking advantage of ceramic materials’ modern look and easy-to-maintain properties. Wood cabinets are elegant and traditional, whereas Thermofoil or MDF painted cabinets offer a high-end modern luxury aesthetic.
Flooring decisions are critical and often overlooked elements of the kitchen design process. For families with children or pets scratch-resistant and low-maintenance materials such as porcelain, ceramics, or luxury vinyl provide convenience, durability, and high quality style.
Small touches and accessories can make a big difference in how your kitchen looks and feels. Benches provide comfortable casual spots to relax and can house storage cabinets under the seat. USB electrical outlets on walls and islands power everyone’s devices so you can always stay connected. LED pendant lights, recessed can-lights, and under-cabinet lighting brighten up your kitchen to make mealtime, homework, and family gatherings upbeat and engaging.