Remodeling a kitchen can be a fun time for homeowners. It allows them to redesign one of their most important spaces and also allows them to create their style. It is a good idea to consult professionals to learn about the latest products, materials, and kitchen design.
It cannot be easy to visualize how the pieces will fit together once you have the samples. We are sharing tips from our Bergen County kitchen countertop installers on how to match your countertops, cabinets, and floors, which are the three main focal points in any kitchen.
How can you coordinate countertops and cabinets with floors?
Simple design is the key to creating a kitchen that adapts to changing trends. You should update your decorations and accents when you feel the mood. Simple countertops, cabinets, and floors can save you time and money while allowing you to express your style.
Choose your color palette.
Before you meet with a consultant to look at samples, make sure you decide on the overall color scheme for your kitchen. Our experts suggest keeping it simple and choosing one primary color with two complementary accent colors. This timeless combination uses sophisticated Cambria(r), quartz countertops in Swanbridge and Parys on an island, and a maintenance-free Prestige Kershaw cabinet in Satin White.
Choose the right countertop.
Next, choose the style of your kitchen cabinets and the matching countertop material that best suits your lifestyle. Natural colors and patterns may depend on which countertop material you choose. This will make it easier to match your cabinets with the countertops. You can get all the samples from our kitchen design professionals to guide you in the coordination of your countertops and cabinets with accessories, flooring, backsplashes, and other products.
Accessorize your look with accessories and accents
The last thing you should do regarding kitchen accessories is to choose the right accents for your space. Bold colors are great for accents, wall decor, and small kitchen appliances. You can brighten up your room with metallic finishes, especially if you have hints of silver or gold on your countertops.
The matte Desert Gray subway tiles backsplash complements the wall color and subtly highlights the flecks in electric blue and shimmering grey on the countertop. Smooth lines complete this contemporary look and farmhouse charm with satin nickel cup pulls.