Are you considering a home remodeling project for your Schaumburg area home in 2020? If so, contact Tom’s Best Quality Remodeling before taking the plunge. Our custom design services team will help you design the perfect space to meet your needs, style, and budget. Check out the eight rising home design trends to see what may be right for you; the first four are presented below. Look for our next blog to see the remaining four trends!
1. Kitchen Colors: Not White
White kitchens have been, and still are, popular among homeowners. White is classic and matches any style. But according to Southern Living, there has been a recent increase in those searching for alternative colors, including light grays and blues. Natural wood accents are also growing in popularity.
2. Formal Dining Rooms
Southern Living also projects that 2020 will be a year for formal dining. Remodelers are creating dining rooms with bold patterns, colors, fixtures, and artwork. Rather than reserving this room for fancy, unused china, homeowners are now looking to create beautiful, engaging spaces to entertain their guests.
3. Bathroom Seating
As homeowners transform their bathrooms into home spas, it makes sense to also incorporate comfortable seating. Depending upon the size and style of the bathroom, many remodelers are suggesting the incorporation of stools, benches, or window seats. These can be placed next to the vanity or shower for looks, and to hold essentials.
4. Tiled Bathtub Aprons
Tile has a way of transforming a space. It can be bold and patterned, or clean and simple. Either way, tile provides the feeling of elegance and sets the tone for the rest of the bathroom. One growing tile trend is tub apron cladding; this addition dresses up an otherwise plain part of the bathtub and makes the tub look like a built-in.
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No matter which of these design trends strikes your fancy, the professionals at Tom’s Best will make it happen. We are experts at bathroom remodeling, kitchen remodeling, basement finishing, tile installation, and more. To learn more about our services, request a free consultation online or contact us today at (847) 202-6465.