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Looking ahead! Kitchen Design Trends for 2020

Dark kitchen cabinets

The white kitchen is a classic, but many are getting quite bored of a kitchen with minimalistic pop in color. Black cabinets are big rave now and might even be replacing grey. Black cabinets portray elegance with a deep rich luxurious style that the other options just can’t. It gives the kitchen a subtle dramatic essence. Combined with warm chestnut wood and gold finishes, you have an updated twist to an eighties classic. More and more homeowners are getting bolder which allows for us designers to get even more creative! Expect to see tons of black and darker color shades in the trendiest home of 2020.

 

The no upper cabinet trend

Another slow quiet trend that’s been quickly gaining speed in the last couple of years is the no upper cabinets. The best way to achieve openness is to eliminate those upper cabinets! It’s a very modern and simplistic approach. If you’re building or remodeling adding a true butler’s pantry or with islands getting bigger we can easily use storage solution cabinets to make up for the lost storage.

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Crazy for Quartz

Today, homeowners have many options when selecting countertops. The choices are between a natural or a manufactured material. Quartz is considered the new kid on the block when it comes to hard surfaces. Its popularity has increased in the last 10 years, giving the consumer many options to choose from. Its durability and selection surpass other surface materials.

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Ivette Ferrino, Saturday, April 16, 2022

Kitchen and Bathroom Trends For 2022

We welcome the new year with resilience – in our personal lives and in design. The last two years have taught us that our home is our sanctuary and retreat but also require strong materials that work well in our everyday lives. Analyzing trends in design and technology, we are seeing homeowners embracing natural and organic elements as well as a desire for durable simplicity and multi-functionality.

Back to Nature - Natural wood grains and wood stains for stove hoods, shelves and kitchen islands add an organic touch to your kitchen. Out is the yellow oak from your grandmother’s kitchen. In are warmer materials such as luxurious walnut and natural blonde woods. This applies to bathroom vanities as well.

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Ivette Ferrino, Thursday, December 30, 2021

Fun and Easy Ways to “Remodel” for Renters

Brroklyn Tile Blog Post

Feeling bored with your rental? Renters often feel they are stuck with a generic looking space. Remodeling costs, lease agreements and building management can make it difficult for renters to “remodel”. There are many ways to spruce up your space without spending much and allowing you the flexibility to reverse your remodel when you move out.

Many renters are getting creative with their living space. Below are some fun and inexpensive ways to “remodel” your rental:

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Ivette Ferrino, Monday, November 15, 2021

Outdoor Oversized Porcelain Pavers

As warmer days are quickly approaching, right now is the perfect time to create your perfect outdoor oasis. Outdoor porcelain pavers are an excellent way to jazz up your space. They are a great alternative to cement or conventional pavers. Combined with the latest engineering and beauty, porcelain pavers are made to stand the test of time.

Below are some benefits you should consider when shopping for hardscape material:

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Ivette Ferrino, Thursday, April 22, 2021
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