Kitchen Remodeling Trends for 2020

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Luxury Kitchen Remodeling Trends for 2020 You’ll Love

 

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Kitchen remodeling is one of the top investments you can make for your home. Not only does it raise the value, but it also can make the space more functional, especially for entertaining. Since it’s a big project, you’ll want to plan it out carefully with your contractor. Here are the top luxury kitchen remodeling ideas for 2020 to help you get started planning your dream project.

Kitchen Layout

 

In 2020, there are some notable designs and trend changes; but it looks like some favorite designs are here to stay. Living in Florida, homeowners love to entertain, let’s start with the layouts that are perfect for having friends and family over.

 

Modern Design – and open design is the most popular floor plan. If you currently have a small enclosed kitchen, nothing makes a more dramatic transformation than opening the space up and getting rid of a wall or two.

 

Kitchen Island – depending on the size of your kitchen, having at least one island should be on the top of your list. In fact, if you have enough space – it’s now a trend to have two islands (one for prep and one for sitting).

 

Flooring – is an important choice to make. White makes the kitchen space look larger. But darker floor colors don’t show dirt as much. So, what you pick for flooring has a lot to do with your lifestyle. For example, if you have kids running in and out of the house – avoid white!

 

Cabinets & Colors

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In 2020, just like the years in the past – white cabinets and cupboards are here to stay. But, there’s a twist. Instead of having all your cabinets the same color, consider mixing things up. For example, the top cabinets can be one color and the bottom something different. Or, have your island be an alternate shade.

 

You can see in the images above; the islands don’t match the cupboards. That variation adds interest and accentuates the island as the main feature.

 

Besides painted cabinets, natural wood is still in demand. Depending on what style of doors you choose, wood can look traditional with shaker doors or modern with flat panel fronts. We also see a lot of glass-front cabinets and open shelving. And with all options, smart storage is vital. From deep drawers to large pantries, planning ample storage for your kitchen renovation will make entertaining much easier.

 

Countertops, Sink, Backsplash

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If you would like to educate your self about the different kinds and styles of countertops you can read more about it here, we have broken it down into the three most common stone choices here.

 

Most of our clients prefer quartz over granite. And for marble – the more dramatic, the better. Shopping for the right materials is fun. We have our customers check out UMI Stone because of all of their options.

 

And just like cabinetry – everything doesn’t have to match. In fact, you might choose quartz countertops but then have a dramatic custom tile backsplash. The design of a kitchen is as creative as the contractor and homeowner want it to be. Of course, you’ll have to consider the kitchen remodel cost with every choice you make.

 

For sinks, it doesn’t get better than a Farmhouse sink (with an apron front). It’s big enough for giant pots and pans. And it comes in pretty much any color you want, so it looks good with your countertops, backsplash, and cabinets.

 

Wiltrack Construction, located in Stuart, FL, specializes in luxury home remodeling and redesigns throughout South Florida. Owner, Mike Wiltrack, has an eye for perfection and works personally with each customer to deliver impeccable customer service. By choosing us, you can make your dream of a perfect South Florida custom home a reality. Contact us today to discuss your kitchen remodel project, addition, or new custom home.

Wiltrack Construction & Development Group, LLC specializes in providing high quality construction services for our neighbors in Florida. Contact us for a free quote on your next project.

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