Practical and Tech Trends Followed by a Kitchen Remodeler

Be it in fashion, food, and even kitchen remodeling, each year brings a new or “returning” trend that people are bound to find appealing and convenient for their daily lives. As long as your kitchen space allows it, there’s no harm in going with the trends as there is much for you to gain. When you hire a kitchen remodeler, the task of updating and sprucing up your cooking space would be a whole lot easier. Here are some more facts that you should know about:

What are the most recent trends in kitchen remodeling for practicality?

More often than not, kitchen design trends are meant to make the homeowner’s life hassle-free and comfortable. Practical trends include the installation of hydraulic, easy-close doors and drawers; large islands that serve both as a food preparation and serving area; kitchen appliances that have a more industrial and restaurant-style vibe; and apron front sinks that make pot and pan cleanups less troublesome.

What are the trends in kitchen remodeling when it comes to technology?

Contemporary kitchen designs have to take the latest tech trends into consideration for the optimum satisfaction of homeowners and the rest of their family. Other than gadget holders for individuals who keep favorite recipes in their tablets or mobile phones, high-tech kitchens now feature smart appliances, such as ovens that you can operate using your cellphone or the Internet and TV refrigerators with 15-inch screens, and sensor-activated lights and faucets. Indeed, kitchen automation is no longer a thing of the future.

What are the most popular purchases for a new kitchen?

A new kitchen is a blank canvas for you to customize to your liking. With the guidance of your kitchen remodeler, you can choose the best appliances and fixtures for your modernized cooking area. These days, multi-tiered drawers, six-burner gas cooktops and vented hoods, farmhouse-style pendant lights, and wood-plank tables are among the most popular purchases for new kitchens.


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About valleyhomeimprv

Steve Silverman is Cape Cod native with a BA in psychology from Bates College. He moved to the Pioneer Valley in 2004 and became a VP with VHI a year later, then bought the 20 employee company in 2013. He and his wife and two teenagers have a farm in Southampton where he spends time growing food and learning new ways to live in harmony with the land.

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