The most in-demand service Hubley Painting & Carpentry offers is kitchen cabinet painting. We have been brushing up on the trends for kitchens in 2017 so we can properly guide our clients in their decision making process. We thought we would share some of our favorites with you and some inspiring photos we found online.
From Houzz: White kitchens aren’t going anywhere, according to both designers andHouzz research. But designer Jane Lockhart admits that we’ll start to see more color in cabinetry, including navy, black, deep charcoals and cream colors. “Navy and dark colors will be on lower cabinets and islands to contrast with lighter neutrals on uppers,” she says.
From Zillow: Stemming from 2016’s popular bar cart trend, homeowners next year will look for a more permanent solution for entertaining within their home. From built-in shelving for craft cocktail fixings, to a small bar seating area, homeowners are enjoying decorating and hosting more classic parties, and will seek ways to make these spaces more of a focal point within the home.
From Scott McGillivrays: In the kitchen Quartz is a great idea for a few reasons – it looks great, it’s incredibly durable and it won’t scratch or stain. So while it may be considered trendy at the moment, I fully expect Quartz to stick around for the long haul.
From Better Homes & Gardens: When keeping an open layout, single-level islands allow light to seamlessly stream through a space. Not only do counter-height islands increase the intimacy of a kitchen, they also expand valuable prep space.
Interested in incorporated some of these trends into your kitchen? Hubley Painting and Carpentry can help. Our carpenter Alex can transform your island – enlarging it, repurposing it or adding a beautiful new facade. Clients have also had Alex transform microwave cabinets into custom range hoods that are a focal point of the room. When Alex is done, our cabinet painting crew will unite the space with paint. The possibilities are endless so call us today to find out how we can transform your kitchen.