Cabinets and Countertops
We spend a lot of time in the bathroom, what with morning preparation for the day, evening beauty routines, and relaxing in a hot bath after a long day. Although we may not consider it, the bathroom is also one of the primary rooms our guests are likely to see when they visit. Surprisingly, in spite of regular use, the bathroom is often overlooked when people consider options for home improvement. It’s true, bathroom redesign can be a daunting task. There is a large bathtub or enclosed shower, the sink and it’s associated plumbing, and of course, the toilet. But revamping your bathroom doesn’t have to mean a full-scale overhaul. Simple changes, such as a new cabinets and countertops, can bring renewed functionality and value to your bathroom space without major alterations to the plumbing components.
When renovating your bathroom, consider a cabinet design that differs from the norm to create a stylish look. Whether you’re remodeling your master bathroom, the guest bath, or even a small powder room, you can opt for a chic, new design that will impress everyone who sees it.
Cabinets are the focal point of your kitchen and bathrooms – not only do they add value to your home, they also reflect your style and creativity. Many people assume that custom cabinets are beyond their budget and fail to seek out the benefits that custom cabinets have to offer.
It’s hard to believe that 2018 is already upon us, but designers have been busily researching and preparing predictions for what will be hot in kitchen design for the New Year. Obviously, two of the biggest considerations when designing a new kitchen are cabinetry and countertops. Here’s what designers are saying about what will be trending for those two key elements in 2018 …
For the past decade, granite has been the creme de la creme in the realm of kitchen counter tops. Is it going to continue to dominate kitchens in 2017? Not necessarily, say designers and consumer advocates like Consumer Reports Magazine.
Your kitchen counter tops not only lend a distinctive look to your kitchen, they also arguably receive the most abuse since they’re used day in and day out for food preparation. Toughness and durability are key, since they need to stand up to chopping, cutting, hot pans, and more. Here are the materials designers say can take the abuse — the materials that will be the most popular kitchen counter tops in 2017 and beyond: