The kitchen is the heart and soul of a family home. It is where people meet to nourish themselves, share experiences, and celebrate family achievements. The importance of this part of the house so big that open kitchens
On average, people in the U.S. spend around $19,000 to renovate their kitchens, with many relying on cutting-edge design to convert their kitchens into so much more than a place of work. If a renovation project is in the works for you, find the inspiration you need in some of these new features.
Brilliantly lacquered Silestone surfaces may have dominated kitchen countertop and island designs, but the rise of minimalist design has created a penchant for sturdy matte surfaces. And we are beginning to see concrete not only on furniture but also on walls and flooring.
The calm tone of grey blends beautifully with natural kitchens in white and black. Some kitchens are taking it to the next level, combining concrete workspaces with overhead concrete features joined to concrete steps leading to upper floors. If you opt for this look, sealing is vital to protect furniture from wear and tear.