Stainless steel appliances can be an extremely aesthetic part of any kitchen. Their shining appearance can really pull together an entire kitchen. But how do you keep them sparkling like new? While most people prefer the style to black or white appliance, stainless steel is commonly known for attracting fingerprints and other various streaks. Read below to find tips on how to keep your stainless steel appliances looking brand new!
Home Design Trends on the Rise in 2018
This is a guest blog done by Kathi Fleck of LoneStar Property Solutions.
“The most important aspect for remodeling your home is to have the look and feel that works best for you.” – Kathi Fleck, Renovate, Remodel… Relax!
With the new year come new beginnings. If you’ve been following home design reality TV shows and consistently adding to your Pinterest “Dream home” board for the past few months, or even years; 2018 may be the year you’re ready to make those updates you’ve been dreaming of.
Now that this year’s Color of the Year has been announced by Pantone, it’s time to think about broader design trends for the year. With the help of Houzz, we’ve compiled predictions for 2018’s top home remodeling design trends. Here’s what you can expect to see:
Stainless Steel Alternative
If you are looking to redo your kitchen appliances and are all about having the next big thing rather than the tired out stainless steel appliances, luckily for you, there is now an alternative. Slate appliance finish is on the up and up for all your kitchen and bathroom needs, from countertops to stoves and refrigerators. They are made for today’s style, perfectly complementing modern colors and kitchen materials. The rich matte finish is a natural fingerprint disguiser and don’t worry, it’s magnetic too. Right now slate finish is only available from GE.