PRLog - Jan. 25, 2014 - VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Kitchen remodling trends for 2014 are heating up. We will soon be in high season for remodeling your kitchen, so read on to find out what new and hot and what's old and moving out.
Vancouver Kitchen Remodeling 2014
Are you already considering what you want for your Vancouver kitchen remodel in 2014? You might want to think again. Features once treasured are on the way out this year according to many design consultants. What's is are durable materials that are more kid-friendly, light colored and that open up your kitchen to help make it more of a gathering place for family and friends.
One material that is definetely going out is granite.....yes we did say granite! However Granite has proven to be prone to chipping, cracking, and scrathing. Solid surface countertops such as CaesarStone and Zodiaq are popular choices and come in over 20 colors.
Many popular decorating companies also say the say the closed cabinets are on the way out because the do not contribute to an open and entertaining space the most homeowners want to day. People are hanging out more than ever in the kitchen and they want to see it as much more artful.
Something else that is coming of age, lightening up dark floors. Throughout the late ’90s, dark espresso floors were all the rage and people fell in love with dark wood furniture and really dark floors.
But designers say that fewer of clients are turning to dark flooring now. A lot of people are realizing it can show more scratches and dust than a pale wood. Homeowners with children can scratch up their floor more easily, but a paler wood can help disguise a lot of that.
White oak, not to be confused with red oak, is popular because it is a blank canvas that can take any color. A pale, untreated color or a light tan hue — it accepts those finishes well.
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