Is your kitchen or bathroom in need of a serious upgrade? This year the trends in kitchen and bathroom cabinets have made some significant changes in the way people come up with bathroom ideas. Take a look at some of the best ones and see if they could spruce up your bathroom remodel.
Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinets Trends 2015
Nowadays, people tend to stay in their homes longer. So, the design trends for 2015 reflect this. Kitchens and baths designed with purpose, style and overall function in mind are the new trend. Now cabinets not only look good, but also give the homeowner more storage, better organization and ease of use.
Horizontal Orientation Cabinetry
One of the most interesting trends for 2015 is horizontal orientation. Making cabinets a little bit wider, you have less of a need to stack the cabinets vertically. This makes it much easier to reach items inside. Adding things like drawers and organizational inserts adds to the look while cutting out the unsightly clutter.
Functional Use Areas
Clustering cabinets together makes them more functional. For instance, if you like to bake, putting your pantry near your kitchen cabinet surface while having storage space handy, helps reduce clutter and open up other areas in your kitchen.
Clean Lines and Subtle Design
Cabinet door styles are moving towards a much cleaner and simpler look. Gone are the days of gaudy handles and intricate designs. More modern cabinetry is what’s in for 2015.
As homeowners start using more open floor plans, this changes the kind of kitchen or bathroom cabinets that people use. Cabinets that have a complementary design and colors help create the transitional flow that modern home design requires.
Art Deco, most notably popular in the 1920’s and 1980’s, is back in style today. Bold, horizontal and vertical designs of color, and chrome accents used in kitchen and bathroom cabinets accent this look of days past.
When thinking of bathroom ideas, why not make them look cool and include some technology for functionality? Think about putting a built-in charging station in your bathroom, so your phone never dies when you really need it.