A primary element to consider when redesigning your old counter is its fluidity with the rest of the room. How your kitchen looks can greatly influence the overall appeal of your home. Hiring professional contractors specializing in Countertops is advisable when taking this approach with your remodeling venture.
Some great tips that can help you integrate your counter with the rest of your kitchen include:
Integrate Accentuated Colors on Primary Fixtures
If white is your primary color, using navy blue accents to the color scheme can make a great combination. In such a case, integrating the accentuated hues in primary fixtures such as your counter, cabinets, and backsplash can be an effective way of mixing and matching the layout’s design.
Imitate the Room’s Curves
The angles of your kitchen can also influence your counter’s design. Straight angles and sharp corners in the kitchen would mean a rectangular, square, or anything shape featuring 90° would likely be a good match for such a space. A room with smoother angles, on the other hand, would go well with circles and ovals.
Use Matching Materials
You can choose to accentuate the kitchen with your countertop material by changing cabinet doors, installing door and window frames, and installing fixtures of the same ilk. For unique, affordable countertop installation services, call us today! Custom Royal Countertops and Tile, your preferred contractor!