When you’re considering an update to your kitchen, you might have tons of style ideas running through your mind. You may even sit down and write or sketch some ideas of what you want the kitchen to look like, from how the room is laid out to what finishes you want for the cabinets. At Kiba®, we can help you turn your vision into a reality, and when you work with one of our kitchen remodeling experts, you can create the space you’ve always wanted.
There are a number of popular kitchen styles, and you may be set on which one you want for your home. However, if you’re not quite sure which ideas and trends you want to incorporate, hopefully this post will help.
We’ve all seen farmhouse kitchens featured on design shows and in lifestyle magazines. These spaces are known for being bright and open, with lots of white tones in the cabinetry and trim work. There’s often a double apron sink, a simple backsplash, and countertops that are lighter in tone and made from marble or butcher block.
Farmhouse kitchens aren’t reserved solely for homes in the country. Urban houses and apartments can also add farmhouse styles and designs to their kitchens, and when you work with a professional designer such as the ones at Kiba, the end result can be truly magnificent.
Traditional kitchens can run the gamut in terms of colors and styles in the cabinetry, flooring, and countertops, but what matters most is that the focus is on the details. These kitchens tend to have an individual character, with unique touches added by the homeowner. There are natural wood tones, and the cabinets are painted in muted colors to appear aged and welcoming.
When it comes to designing a traditional kitchen, the options can often be endless, and therefore overwhelming. By working with a Kiba kitchen design expert, you can create the space you’ve always wanted, with the touches you’ve only dreamed of until now.
When you think of a contemporary kitchen, you might see a large, open-concept space with lots of clean, sleek lines throughout the room. There are right angles and squared edges everywhere, making the room appear clean and crisp. Metallic finishes of gold, silver, and brass on the cabinets, the island, and barstools accentuate the wood and tile throughout the room, making the kitchen feel a bit more “high end.”
Contemporary kitchens are definitely more minimalist when it comes to design trends, and this means that it’s necessary to be precise with every decision you make when planning a remodel. Anything that seems out of place is going to be very noticeable, which is where our team can step in and make sure every cabinet, every countertop, and every light is perfect.
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If you’re ready to start on your new kitchen design, then you can get everything rolling through our online design program. You can tell us about your current kitchen, and then choose door styles and finishes that match your design vision. From there, you can set up an appointment with a local showroom expert who will help you finalize your vision and make your new kitchen a reality, no matter what style you prefer.