Kitchen style tips to complement your life
Whether you’re entertaining guests on the weekends or just grabbing a midnight snack, your kitchen’s role is evolving all the time. Create your kitchen to match the way the space is being used by your family.
Ideas for your kitchen
Multiple factors will contribute to the overall look and feel of your new kitchen. Consider everything from kitchen lighting to kitchen faucets to bring your kitchen ideas to life.
- Kitchen lighting - As the central point of your home you want to ensure that your kitchen space is well-lit. Consider installing accent lighting for ambiance. Adding lights inside glass kitchen cabinets adds dimension to the space. The right lighting will add depth and warmth to your kitchen.
- Kitchen appliances - The best fridge or stove will anchor your kitchen style, so opt for appliances that feature form as well as function and accentuate colors to match your cabinets or countertops. Consider viewing appliances next to cabinetry before buying to make sure that the look is a winner.
- Kitchen sinks - This feature of your kitchen often experiences the most wear-and-tear, so remember that durability is key when choosing your new kitchen sink. Stainless steel is always a good fit, but play around with the idea of a sink with a unique finish, like a copper sink. Your sink’s shape, such as apron-front, triple-bowl, square or curved, can add detail to the area.
- Kitchen faucets - A kitchen faucet can change the entire look and feel of your kitchen’s style. Kitchen faucet technology has evolved, so decide what features you want your new faucet to have in addition to its finish. Nothing says “modern style” more than a hands-free faucet, but a spout with a high arc casts a luxurious feeling in your kitchen.
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*Due to recent regulations passed by the California Energy Commissions, as of September 1st, 2015, lavatory faucets with a flow rate of 1.5 gallons per minute or higher can no longer be sold for use in the state of California.