Cersaie is the International Exhibition of Ceramics, Tile and Bathroom Furnishings that opened its doors to the public at the end of September for the first time since the pandemic started. Cersaie is an important international exhibition because it reveals the trends of tomorrow for kitchen designs, baths and other rooms in the home that use ceramics and porcelain.
The top trends from Cersaie that will influence renovations for homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO are as follows:
Splashes of color everywhere. Bold colors were found in nontraditional products such as shower bases, radiators and faucets. This trend allows homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO to make personal design statements, use color to escape from daily routines and bring a natural vibe indoors through earth-tones, pastels and light shades of blue.
The kitchen is the epicenter and most used room in the home for almost everyone who lives in Colorado Springs, CO. Homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO come to our showroom armed with months of research, having scoured kitchen design magazines, home improvement television shows, the Internet and friends and family who have recently renovated. They finally make the decision to move forward. It’s both an exciting time, but also a bit disconcerting. Remodeling your kitchen is not always easy, but it is definitely worth it. After homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO make the decision to remodel, there are certain steps we advise that they take to make the renovation process less stressful, costly and time consuming.
Imagining what a dream kitchen would look, feel and act like gives many of homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO goosebumps. Planning your dream kitchen is exciting, invigorating and thrilling. Homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO spend months researching on Houzz.com, Instagram and other sites to curate products and concepts that they want in their new kitchen. It’s great to dream. Too often the latest and greatest products and kitchen design concepts only tell half the story. Our role is to turn your dreams into reality and part of effective kitchen design is discuss both the opportunity and challenges of different concepts and products so that homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO have realistic expectations and the kitchen design meets their lifestyle needs. Here are several of the pros and cons of trending design concepts and products.
Historically, significant economic changes have been followed by the emergence of new design trends. Following the Great Depression, design favored bright, bold colors, sexier silhouettes and fun elements. Coming out of the 2007-9 financial crises, we saw the advent of ruffled miniskirts, low rise jeans and rhinestones seemingly everywhere. Similarly, COVID-19 has pushed kitchen design in a new direction. Many homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO are moving away from the sleek, clean and stark lines of minimalist kitchen remodels``, opting instead for a bigger and bolder pallet. We believe this is the result of spending so much time indoors at the expense of experiencing the hustle and bustle of the outdoors, cafes, restaurants, stores, airports and so on.
Increasingly, homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO need their homes to function more effectively and efficiently. As the role of the home continues to serve multiple functions including office, gym, café, lounge, restaurant, studio, etc., homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO are remodeling bathroom and creating in-home spas that serve as a refuge, a place where they can enjoy a few quiet moments daily all to themselves and wash away the stresses of the day.
COVID-19 has transformed the role and functionality of modern kitchen designs in Colorado Springs, CO. While the kitchen has long been considered the heart of the home, it now serves multiple roles that include classroom, office, hobby center, restaurant, study, game room and conference room, among others. Increasingly, homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO are creating the kitchen of their dreams for the long term, that includes design considerations for a multi-generational household and for aging in place. Aging in place is the term to create spaces that can be used by anyone regardless of age, physical condition or mobility, employing universal design principles.
Modern and contemporary kitchen designs and motifs have increased among homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO. Modern design offers clean lines, open floor plans and a clutter-free pallet. They often feature natural materials such as stone, quartz and solid wood frameless cabinets. Color options for modern kitchen remodels are almost limitless, allowing homeowners in Colorado Springs, CO to push the envelope and make distinctive and personal design statements.
Annually, Sherwin Williams predicts color trends for the coming year. For 2019, Sherwin Williams gathered 42 trend colors into a master palette, then arranged them into six unique color personalities: Shapeshifter, Wanderer, Aficionado, Enthusiast, Naturalist and Raconteur.
Since bathrooms are, by nature, small spaces, they can be challenging when it comes to remodeling. You definitely want enough personal space in a bathroom, even if it’s just a tiny powder room. It can be tricky to find ways to open up a confined area like this without taking out walls and moving plumbing. But fear not: there are simple ways that can make your bathroom feel more open.
When it comes to choosing the style of you kitchen, you have plenty of options. From French country to art deco, craftsman to rustic European, there are endless kitchen styles you can incorporate into your remodel. And the best part is that you get to choose exactly what you want the style to be in your newly updated kitchen.
A lot of people know what their style is before starting a remodel, but many people need help deciding how they want their kitchen to look. Maybe you want a specific design, or perhaps you want to fuse together a few elements to create a whole new style. At Plush Design, we can help you find that ideal kitchen style so that your entire kitchen has the appearance that reflects your personal lifestyle.