Most homeowners typically want something different than everyone else has. If you live in a neighborhood where there are 5 different models of homes, chances are you will walk into your neighbors and see almost an identical kitchen. While the cabinets, countertops, and layouts may be similar, it doesn’t mean you have to have the same kitchen. It’s the little custom touches that can make the biggest difference. One of the best ways to customize and make your kitchen stand out from the others is by adding texture to your Florida kitchen remodel.
There seems to be a lot of talk about universal design when it comes to current kitchen remodels. Many wonder what it even means. Why is universal design so important and is it something you need to be concerned about in you Florida kitchen remodel?
While some of you may be intrigued or even laughing a little bit it is no joke that a recent study by Houzz found most kitchens outlast marriages. At Central Cabinetry we know that when choosing a quality cabinet it will last for years under normal wear and tear.
Just a few months ago thousands of industry professionals converged on Las Vegas for a week to learn and see the future of kitchen and bath remodels. This year’s show did not disappoint. There were many new and innovative products that were introduced and we will be seeing in the near future. Most industry professionals will agree that the show was worth the trip and was a huge success.
The style and function of the laundry room has evolved in recent years. Laundry rooms today aren’t just for washing clothes and linens. Not only has the size changed, but so has the overall function and use of the laundry room. They are more functional and efficient. Today in many homes they resemble a small kitchen.
Regardless the size of your laundry room you will be surprised what trends and ideas can be included in your laundry room remodel. If you are considering remodeling your laundry room in 2015 you will want consider including the following ideas in your remodel.
Before starting your bathroom remodel this year you will want to look at the latest design trends and ideas for inspiration. There are many design trends from last year that are expected to continue and make an even bigger splash in 2015. According to designers these trends aren’t going anywhere and will be around for a long time. You can remodel your Orlando bathroom with confidence and get a bathroom you can enjoy for years to come. We thought we would share a few of our favorite trends.
It is hard to believe we are at the end of another year and the time for setting New Year’s resolutions is approaching quickly. With that many of us will start with the changes we want to make in our homes. If you are considering remodeling your kitchen in the coming year 2015 then you will want to know what trends you should consider including in your kitchen design.
The kitchen is one of the most utilized rooms in the house. Whether it’s just you on a normal day or guests are visiting for a special occasion, we still want a kitchen that we are comfortable in and can easily move around. Not every home is designed or can handle a large kitchen. So many of us are left to dream of a future day when we can afford a larger home or have the money to do some major renovation work. You don’t have to wait to have the look and feel of a larger kitchen. There are a few design tips you can use to give your kitchen the illusion that it is bigger than it really is.
Today’s bathrooms aren’t what they used to be. For a lot of homeowners they are their own personal little retreat. It’s the one place in they house they can go to get away from the activity in the home and relax. Homeowners aren’t just looking for a place to shower and get ready for the day.
If you’re not a kitchen designer yourself, but want to have a stylish kitchen, what things would a true designer tell you to do? Well, one thing that is popular with many designers is having a two-toned kitchen, where the cabinets are two different colors. It’s something in design that can make a truly powerful impression on those walking into your home.
There are multiple ways in which Designers are mixing and matching cabinets. By using two different types of finishes and/or paint colors you can add character to the kitchen. Many people are asking is this trend one that will stay or one that will pass quickly. Here at Central Cabinetry we feel this is a not just a fad, but a trend that isn’t going away anytime soon.