Trends Seen In 2017 Remodels
Are you considering a home remodel this year? Although you may have an idea of what you’d like to see in your remodel, it’s worth considering what’s “in” in the remodeling industry. Now that we are almost halfway through the year and you’ve saved up some money for your remodel, it’s worth sharing some trends that we’ve seen in the remodels we’ve completed this year.
Many of our customers have been opting to include an island with a built-in eating bar in their kitchen remodel. This will give you a place to host and entertain family and guests, while also allowing them to be out of your way while you’re working or prepping food in the kitchen. An island bar gives them a place to place their drinks, munch on appetizers, or pull up a stool and engage in conversation.
Customers have also been implementing more and more white cabinets into their remodels. There are certain areas where you can add some flare, such as the color of your cabinets, or the material of your countertop. When done correctly, bold can be beautiful.
Many of our customers have also opted for “human docking stations.” These are basically desks and charging stations that are in an accessible area of the home, such as the kitchen. It is kept clean and fits into the ambiance of the room, but allows a workspace for you during the day and your children’s homework at night.
One of the neat trends we have seen is the replacement of standard pedestal sinks. Customers have been adding their own individuality to their bathroom remodels, and repurposing an old piece for their sink. A used furniture store, or a garage sale, would be the perfect place to find a one-of-a-kind piece unique to you.
Looking For Ideas?
If you’re looking for the latest trends in remodeling, visit our showroom today.
Our “Showroom Hours” are 8:00am-4:00pm, Monday – Friday, and evenings are available by appointment. Contact us today, and get the ball rolling on the redesign of your dreams. Our team can also provide you feedback about your ideas. If you have a design in mind and think it may be too bold or over the top, it’s probably worth asking for feedback from those who have seen and done plenty of remodels.