The Latest Kitchen Trends in Coral Springs Homes

If there is one important room in any piece of Coral Springs real estate, it is the kitchen. After all, that’s where the family spends most of their time cooking and eating together, as well as discussing their days and enjoying personal conversations. That’s why you want your kitchen to be as spectacular as possible. That’s why Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Realty invites you to see some of the latest and greatest trends in South Florida homes for sale.

To begin, it never hurts to mix modern alliances in your kitchen with a vintage style. Regardless how contemporary your Coral Springs waterfront homes for sale is, you can always add some old-school flavor to the cabinets, as well as the light fixtures. Hang a black and white vintage photograph of your favorite city, or simply install an antique ceiling fan. As long as it is done tastefully, meshing the old with the new can give your kitchen a unique style and feel.

It is also smart to choose the right color for your cabinets. The most popular color seen is white. However, gray cabinets are growing more and more popular in Coral Springs homes for sale. It gives the room a cool appearance in the hot and humid Florida summers. It allows darker items in the kitchen, such as a gray sink and black table to appear softer on the eye. That’s why warm woods and other dark finishes are growing more and more popular in Florida homes.

Every year, stainless steel appliances are becoming more and more widespread. While a stainless steel dishwasher or fridge may look nice and tidy, it can leave a cold atmosphere in a kitchen. As a direct result, people are hiding their expensive appliances behind wooden cabinets and pantry-like doors. The latest trend among millennials and retired folks is also using smaller appliances in the kitchens.

For years, homes for sale in Coral Springs FL have been using big islands in the middle of their kitchen. This trend is still growing in popularity, as the island supplies homeowners the space necessary to prepare dishes, dry off wet dishes, sit down for a meal, or simply lean on when conversing on the phone. Children can even enjoy a meal at the island when the grown-ups are having adult conversations during dinner. Quartz and granite countertops are ideal, as they are built to be resistant to burns and scratches. What more could a family household want? The tougher the better.

Using LED lights is smart, as they are extremely energy efficient. In fact, one bulb can last roughly 50,000 hours, saving you time and money for replacements. They also let out almost zero heat, which will come across on the energy bill.

When it comes to installing floors into a new kitchen, patterned tiles are the way to go. The latest trends for homeowners are the bigger the better. Bold and vivid colors are being used more often as well in kitchens. After all, folks often like to make artistic statements with their kitchens.


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