From new ways of working, socializing, schooling, and shopping, COVID-19 changed nearly everything about the way most people live their lives — and as a result, they’re spending more time at home than ever before. Home interiors have become offices, schools, gyms, theaters, professional kitchens, and more, and home remodeling trends have evolved to reflect today’s new normal. Even though there’s finally some light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, some of these shifts in lifestyle are probably here to stay for the foreseeable future. Following are just a few of the main trends that we expect to continue well into the 21st century.
Dialed Down Color Palette
Soothing colors started making a big comeback as pandemic anxiety took center stage in the lives of most people. Muted blues, grays, greens, and other calm colors provide a tranquil vibe that helps manage the chaos and uncertainty happening outside the home.
Kitchens Fit for a Professional Chef
Many homeowners who found themselves forced into the kitchen as a result of their go-to restaurants being closed have discovered that they truly enjoy creating delicious and nutritious meals for the family table. As a result, chef-style kitchens with professional-level amenities, equipment, and design are in vogue, including ample cabinetry to store ingredients, gadgets, and cooking utensils. As the kitchen design service company that Bucks County residents have relied on for over 60 years, FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. is available to craft the kitchen of your dreams.
Bathrooms Fit for a Luxury Spa
Soaking tubs, heated floors, oversized showers with a variety of controls, tranquil seating spaces, music systems, and even small mini-bars or coffee and tea stations are showing up in home bathrooms all across the country. Other luxurious amenities designed to make your bathroom resemble a luxury spa include towel warmers, flat-screen TVs, and fireplaces. FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. is the bathroom design service Bucks County residents know they can trust to upgrade their bathrooms to the level of luxury they need and deserve.
Designated Home Offices
Many homeowners who began their adventure working remotely started out at their kitchen table and quickly learned that they needed a designated home office in order to do their best work. Some have decided to stick with the work-from-home environment, while others plan on using a hybrid strategy.
Please feel free to contact FINE Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Co. at your convenience for more information on home remodeling trends in the 21st century.