5 Designer Tips for A Refreshed Kitchen
The year is coming to an end and you know what that means: a bittersweet yet refreshing excitement of new possibilities. Just as the saying goes, “new year, new me!” So, of course, it’s time to change things up with the anticipation of the new year fast approaching. Out with the old and in with the new! And what another way to start with the changes than in the kitchen? Ring in the new year and the new opportunities that are sure to come your way than by giving your kitchen a little designer remodel. Turn your old 2019 kitchen into one that embodies the glamour of 2020 with these small detailed tips we compiled just for you. So take a look at the great tips to transform your kitchen just in time for the new decade.
Of course, we’ll recommend some kitchen accessories along with these tips so you can really create your new kitchen for the new decade to come.
Color-coordinate the outlets
If you aren’t one for the glaring contrast of the off-white color of the outlets that just doesn’t match your unique backsplash, then consider painting them to coordinate with your kitchen’s color scheme. White outlets in a nonwhite backsplash can detract from your kitchen’s beauty and flow, so opt-in for matching them with its current color.
The Heritage Soap Dispenser provides a cleaner look in the kitchen by allowing users to keep soap dispensers off the counter. Easily dispense soap with the push-down mechanism while adding a stylistic flair to your traditional home.
Make Cabinets Glow
Install LED lighting strips on the underside of the cabinet and inside to create a glowing view of the cabinets. Not only will they illuminate the countertop and make food preparation easier on the eyes, but they will also highlight the backsplash and the cabinets.
The Concord Brass Sprayer provides an added convenience for washing hard to reach areas, larger dishes, vegetables, and more. Available in multiple finishes, coordinate this accessory to match your kitchen faucet.
Hide the Kitchen Appliances
If the design of your appliances doesn’t match your kitchen’s aesthetic, then consider hiding them with paneling. Don’t let your dishwasher or microwave disrupt your clean, harmonious look with its stainless steel appearance. Cover them up with matching paneling so that you can create a uniform kitchen look.
Kingston Brass sink hole covers provide a tight, seamless seal for any unused sinkholes. Choose from a variety of finishes to coordinate with your kitchen accessories or match your sink.
Pop-up Kitchen Outlets
As kitchens get smarter and smarter with new technological advances, consider installing a pop-up outlet to create a unique charging station and outlet-free backsplash. Don’t let those pesky outlets break the flow of your backsplash, install a pop-up outlet that disappears into the countertop and remove any unsightly plugs and cords from your view.
Sink grids have the unique ability to protect sinks from scratches that could occur during daily use. This sink grid is designed to fit snuggly in the GKFA301810 sink. Additionally, it prevents clean dishes from coming in contact with unwanted residue that washes to the bottom of the sink.
Don’t Crowd the Hood
If you are looking to open up space in your kitchen, then consider not crowding the chimney hood. Most houses have a continuous appearance between the hood and the cabinets, but to really open up space, leave about two or three inches of space between the two. This way, the hood won’t look cramped and the cabinets stay cleaner longer.
This colander is designed to fit over your sink to provide ease in rinsing and draining vegetables, fruits, and more. The Watford Colander For 17-Inch Kitchen Sink is 18.44″ long and has anti-slip rubber pads to keep it securely in place.