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How to Add Style to My Kitchen

When it comes to the kitchen, there are tons of areas you can update to increase the overall style of the space. Whether it is your kitchen’s flooring , countertops , sink or backsplash , the possibilities are endless with the vast selection of products and materials we offer.

We understand that kitchen trends are always changing and that it can be tough to keep track of the newest styles. We have listed out some of the latest kitchen trends below to make your life simpler:
- Black or white countertops
- Glass tile backsplash
- Copper sinks
- Dark hardwood floors

To add style to your space, think about your current kitchen and what areas you think need the most help. If your floors are in some serious need of a little (or a lot of) TLC, then a brand new hardwood floor in a stylish antique finish may do just the trick. Copper sinks are a great way to add some serious style to any kitchen. They are bold, unique and one of the hottest products on the market right now.

Whether paired with a copper sink or something more basic, a granite countertop is modern, fresh and extremely on trend. Choose a black, white or light grey countertop to add an even more modern feel to your kitchen. One of the hottest kitchen trends is to pair a copper sink with white granite countertops ; the counters will stand out and look perfectly clean while the copper sink pops and adds a much needed focal point to draw the eye in.

Finally, try to picture your current kitchen with a fun and stylish glass mesh tile backsplash – they go with most kitchen styles and can take any dated space and easily bring it to the 21st century. With so many colors, patterns and shapes to choose from, glass backsplashes may seem daunting at first glance. View your kitchen as a whole rather than in individual pieces. First, decide if you want your glass backsplash to stand out or compliment the rest of your kitchen. If you prefer the latter, going with a neutral backsplash that combines whites and grays or tans and taupes may be your best bet! If you want your backsplash to stand out, go bold and choose a vibrant color such as a bright teal.

A teal glass backsplash paired with white granite countertops , dark hardwood floors and a copper sink will modernize and add a whole lot of style to your kitchen.