Kitchens 2015: Chic, Easy to Clean and Upgrade-friendly

Metallic Surfaces and Cabinets

If you’re thinking of remodelling your kitchen to give it an updated feel for your family or for the buyers, then you should look into the latest trends for kitchens. Homebuyers research more judiciously and carefully than you do, so it’s important that you hit the largest market with your designs.

If you’re looking to build a modern kitchen that you’ll love to cook in, eat in and even to clean, you cannot go wrong with these 2015 kitchen trends:

• Metallic Surfaces and Cabinets

What people usually look for in kitchens is something that’s pleasing to the eye and easy to clean and disinfect. That’s why so many homeowners ask steel services to give their kitchen an industrialized touch. According to wasatchsteel.com, steel surfaces make it easy to spot dirt, mold, are easy to clean and look great no matter what. Some steel services now have darker shades of the usual steel finish in case you wanted something chic with the ease of use.

• Bold Colors for Other Surfaces and Cabinets

If you want to mix things up, chic, bold colors such as red can go great with the neutral steel cabinets you’ve installed. Your kitchen designer can always add panelling and other design tweaks to create a modern look that just oozes classy kitchen show right in your own home. Don’t be afraid to use a bold color—you can always update your look when that certain color doesn’t suit you anymore!

• The Open Floor Plan

What if everyone could see (and smell) what you’re cooking in the kitchen? Open floor plans are emerging as one of the best space-saving and green architecture trends this 2015. Not only do you get more space since you do away with entryways and dividers, you also let air circulate in and out of the kitchen, which can save you from turning on the vent or paying for expensive air cooling.

These are just the top 3 trends for your new or updated kitchen this 2015. Other trends you may want to look at are tiled counters and kitchen desks to add function and earthy style to your cooking area.

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