Transitional-styled kitchens and baths continue to top the style charts followed closely by contemporary/modern and then traditional. Transitional style combines elements of modern design with traditional styling. It’s the best of both worlds.

White remains the most popular color for kitchen cabinets and bath vanities. Darker-toned cabinets and countertops along with Blue cabinets are also popular. We are finding blue is one of the top colors for islands. Emerging trends also include dramatic cabinet colors in charcoal, black, blue and green.

Lighter color countertops remain the most popular, however quartz manufacturers introduced new black countertops along with rust, dark gray, blue, charcoal and dark-colored veined surfaces. Veined countertops are in. White countertops with brown and gray veins resemble white marble.

Many kitchen faucets provide the homeowner with commercial style products featuring pull-down sprays and visible springs. Appliance manufacturers continue to up the performance with commercial-grade cooktops, ranges and ovens.

How can you capitalize on the newest trends in kitchen and bath and create spectacular spaces that will stand the test of time? Visit the Country Cabinets, etc. showroom at 95 East Conway Road in Center Conway, call (603) 356-5766, email ccetc@countrycabinetsetc.com or go to countrycabinetsetc.com.

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