Kitchen Trends That You’ll Want to Try, Too
Keep the busiest room in the house ready for anything with updated conveniences and colors for custom kitchens in Lancaster County. Whether your style is farmhouse, country or ultra-modern, you’ll want to try some of these kitchen upgrades, fresh from designers.
Take advantage of the hardware industry’s latest ideas with hydraulic power at the touch of a button. New cabinet doors focus on horizontal space instead of vertical, with hydraulic arms that move the door panel upward, where it folds to give you open access to shelves.
Shades of Gray
Look for soft gray tones to replace stark white cabinets and give your kitchen a warmer feeling. Gray is just as flexible as white and provides a great backdrop for richer tones and colors. If you like a little more drama, dark gray also provides a great base color.
When you install beautiful granite or quartz countertops, you want to show them off. Hiding toasters, coffee makers and other small appliances is one of the best ways to de-clutter custom kitchens in Lancaster County. An appliance garage lets your countertops take center stage and gives you more counter room.
A Rainbow of Sink Colors
If you’ve chosen neutral tones for cabinetry and countertops, add a little pop of color with a sink in bright green, orange, blue and yellow, as well as deep purple. Make your kitchen pop by adding the same color to your backsplash or other accent pieces.
These days, just about any material can be used for countertops. A large oak slab makes a perfect island top for a country kitchen, while quartz offers great looks and versatility. Another material growing in popularity is concrete, due to its flexibility. It can be poured to fit any space and finished to look like stone or granite.
New colors, countertops and cabinets are available for custom kitchens in Lancaster County, including yours. Contact MBC Remodeling at (717) 371-5136 for a first-hand look at new styles you’ll want for your own.