Trends & Ideas
Answer from Kristina D. at the Shelby Township Wittock location: This question mostly depends on personal preference and needs? Do you like to separate cutting boards or dishes that held raw chicken? Do you have a prep sink which allows you to wash food away from a pile of dirty dishes?
The best advice of course is to decide what your needs are. If you don’t mind mixing dishes or you enjoy having one large, uninterrupted basin, then a single bowl is for you. If you enjoy compartmentalizing then a double bowl works best.
Answer from Tracy G. from the Shelby Township Wittock Location: All-white bathrooms, when done correctly, can look sleek and glamorous. Just remember to blend a variety of materials to keep the room from looking cold and sterile.
For example, sleek and shiny white tiles look softer next to a painted wood vanity. You may also want to consider opting for a vessel-style sink with a decorative design that integrates metallic details. This will help infuse a little glamour and sparkle.
Answer from Julie H. from Wittock Kitchen and Bath in Shelby Township: Go with what you are comfortable with. If you are unsure about selecting a specific trendier color for your bath or kitchen – go with classic colors such as white and chrome. They are timeless and will not date your home.
Answer from Richard S. from Wittock Kitchen and Bath in Shelby Township: It depends. Quartz counters contain somewhere between 80-93% natural quartz material and are formed under enormous heat and pressure into a slab. This slab is nearly as hard as granite but is non-porous and will require neither sealers or surface maintenance. Quarts has consistency in patterns and color and also has the ability to mimic the look of other natural stones, such as marble.
I think the economy will stay strong and homeowners will continue to add quality to their homes. Open kitchens with more and more technology will become prevalent in every renovation or new build.
This year we have seen most of our clients lean toward a transitional style.
Painted cabinetry is still our #1 finish and lighter countertops are much more common than dark blacks and browns.
We install more farmhouse sinks in cast iron, fireclay and stainless steel than typical undermount kitchen sinks.
More and more clients are looking for sleeker faucets and many are choosing touch control.
Lighting a space is very important and the types of lighting we offer has expanded with many more options for interior and undercabinet now available.
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