Use Linoleum, Quartz and Color to Modernize Your Kitchen

April 11, 2016

Most families spend time in the kitchen because of its warm environment and the sumptuous food that they get to it in the room. It is no wonder many homeowners take their time to make it as inviting and functional as possible in terms of design. Some of the materials used in its design have always been basic but a new trend is coming up, where alternatives to the norm are being sought after. We at Schrapper’s Fine Cabinetry and Design are aware of these emerging materials and are able to do your kitchen remodeling using them.

The design materials that are quickly replacing the older materials that were synonymous with kitchens are linoleum, quartz and color. These materials have been quickly embraced and can now be found in different spaces within the modern kitchen. Some of the areas in the room whereby these new materials can be used are:

  • Kitchen floor

Although linoleum has been in use in some homes as part of the floor, it is making a bigger comeback because of its ease of maintenance compared to the popular wooden floors. At Schrapper’s Fine Cabinetry and Design we have gotten many inquiries on this type of kitchen flooring.

  • Kitchen cabinets

White cabinets have always been considered to be a classic look for any modern kitchen but the trend is changing with more people seeking to have custom cabinetry done in their homes. The latest trend is the use of the color gray paint which is considered to be quite versatile in different types of kitchens.

  • Countertops

Counter tops are an integral part of any kitchen and their appearance plays a big role in the overall look of the room. Quartz material is currently a preference of homeowners because of its low maintenance and durability when compared to the usual marble tops.

We offer kitchen remodeling services using these alternative materials to give your kitchen a modern look. To get more information on these new materials, contact us today and talk to the experts on our team.