As a Los Angeles contractor, we have seen the popular trend of modern kitchens. If you are interested in upgrading your kitchen with the same style here is an easy list of features you need to nail down the modern style.
A blend of neutral hues combines for a minimalistic look, the embodiment of modern appeal. Nonetheless, gray accents are easy to combine with white, black, and even brown. Gray countertops are extremely popular especially concrete countertops. The price for concrete falls within the mid-range of countertop options. Concrete is stain and heat resistant, durable, and easy to maintain.
White Shaker Style Cabinets
White shaker cabinets are in style and often used for modern kitchen designs. Shaker cabinets are sleek yet stylish and very easy to clean. Shaker cabinets have one recessed centerpiece and are typically cheaper than raised panel styles.
Natural Hardwood Flooring
A modern kitchen pair with natural hardwood flooring compliments each other. You can either go with a lighter or dark shade of wood. Ultimately, a light shade of wood will further brighten your kitchen but it will be easier to see dirt. On the other hand, a dark shade will help to decrease the noticeability of dirt and add a defining effect to your kitchen. Choose a shade that matches other colors of your kitchen.
In parallel to our hardwood flooring, wood accents that either compliment or is the same wood color will be perfect for your kitchen. Accents of wood are perfect to incorporate to your kitchen because it adds texture and flair of natural appeal to your kitchen. Without wood accents, your kitchen will feel more industrial
Black Hardware / Fixtures
Although stainless steel hardware and fixtures are timeless, going with black instead enhances the modern appeal of your kitchen. The benefit of black hardware is that is it typically easier to clean and maintain. One slight disadvantage is that you may be able to see dust build-up an easy sweep should clean it up. At times, black shades may differ as well as finish such as matte, glossy, or brushed. Stay when the same shade and style to have a seamless accent of black to compliment your kitchen.