Fresh Kitchen Trends For 2015

Your kitchen is quite possibly the most important room in your entire home. Whether your home is old or new, it’s never too late or too soon to start thinking about your next big kitchen remodel. This year has witnessed a variety of new trends in kitchen innovations that are both practical and stylish. To enhance both the function and the beauty of your home’s kitchen, consider some of the latest trends in kitchen redesign.

  1. Open Floor Plans. Is your kitchen a little boxed off room cut off from the rest of your home? Do you routinely miss out on all the action when you entertain or while you prepare meals for your family? If you answered yes to these questions, then you might want to consider a kitchen redesign that will more successfully incorporate your kitchen with the rest of your home. Open floor plans are all the rage these days, but it really seems that this trend is one that’s here to stay. Open kitchen floor plans allow the cook to be a part of the festivities, even as s/he’s adding the final touches to the meal.
  2. Separate Sinks. Think back to the last time you prepared a mean alongside your significant other, or perhaps a friend or relative, in your kitchen. Was there a lot of maneuvering for space? Did you have to take turns using the sink? Most kitchen designs of days past feature a single or double sink in a single location within the kitchen. A new trend, however, features two sinks in separate, dual work zones, often with the refrigerator located between the two. With this convenient design, multiple people can use the sink without getting in each other’s way.
  3. Eclectic Looks. So you love the look of a farmhouse kitchen, but a part of you also really digs lots of stainless steel and a subtle industrial vibe. In kitchens of days gone by, you would have been expected to choose between two disparate styles. Today, however, eclectic, or transitional, kitchens are all the rage. Caught in that interesting space where the traditional and the modern intersect, a transitional kitchen allows you to bring your own unique design personality into the mix.

Whatever your design style, and whatever your renovation budget, Cardigan Kitchens and Baths can help you make redesign choices that you will love for years to come. With over 40 years of experience, family-owned Cardigan Kitchens and Baths has beenhelping Crofton homeowners spice up their kitchens with top quality finishes and functional design.

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