Renovating Your Kitchen to Achieve Timeless Style

Kitchen remodellingYour kitchen needs another remodelling, and this time you want to make sure you’ll appreciate its style and quality in the next five to ten years.

A timeless kitchen is what you should aim for. When refurbishing your kitchen to achieve the quiet confidence and functionality of this style, take note of these three key details.

Handleless Cabinets

Choosing to go handleless removes visual clutter. Your kitchen benefits from this as it becomes more streamlined. This is true with ranges from Leicht Kitchens that feature a high gloss, lacquer, or matte finish. Handleless cabinets complement the fine lines, accentuate the kitchen surfaces, and give them a sleek appearance.

Colour scheming is best done in solid, neutral colours, as cabinets occupy the majority of the floor and wall space. Whites, beiges, and greys complement the modern and traditional furnishings, earth-tone and colourful artworks you may have in the kitchen.

Granite & Marble Countertops

Natural stones like granite and marble creates a classic and powerful feel to the entire kitchen. The graining in either material alone removes the necessity for additional decors. Their durable and stain-free qualities also embody functionality, which is important in a timeless style.

Hardwood Floors

Wood never goes out of style; hence, hardwood flooring makes for a suitable choice in your renovation plans. It will easily blend with the rest of the materials and appliances you already own.

The common choice for most households is oak, but if you’re going for a more exotic feel, Brazilian cherry and Tigerwood will do. These serve as materials for either solid hardwood or engineered hardwood, both of which have their own advantages with regards to maintenance and installation.

The enjoyment of pursuing this renovation plan will outlast the hardships that may accompany it. Investments made in achieving a timeless style, after all, will benefit you and your family for many years to come.

About the Author

As a New York-based psychologist. Thelma Scott has conducted several seminars tackling adult autism.