Green With Envy
White kitchens will never go out of style and will continue to be the color of choice for many homeowners in Alaska. However, we are seeing increased demand among our clients to bring more of mother nature into their home, especially in the kitchen. Green tones are hot, from mint and sage to emerald and deep forest, almost every shade of green is finding its way into kitchens and other parts of their home.
One of the reasons why homeowners in Alaska are attracted to green-toned kitchens is the color allows them to bring a natural vibe into the space. Many homeowners in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Juneau find green to be refreshing and organic.
Green enables Alaska homeowners to make a bold statement in their new dream kitchen. Dark green painted cabinets provide great depth and are particularly suited in kitchens with lots of natural light that are connected to outdoors. Other shades of green create the same effect of bringing more natural elements indoors in rooms that do not have a lot of natural light.
Green is a great option for Alaska homeowners that want to make a distinctive and personal design statement without overwhelming the space. Because green is associated with nature, it provides a calming effect without losing its richness.
We have helped homeowners in Anchorage and beyond bring green elements into their home in a variety of options. Green tiled backsplashes, green laminate cabinets, green porcelain floor tile, green light pendants, green paint and green painted cabinets are a few examples.
Green tones are a natural partner to yellow tones that are present in many different types of wood and metal finishes such as brass and copper.
How can you use green to make a distinct and personal design statement in your new kitchen? Give us a call at (907) 561-9299 or make an appointment to visit our showroom at 122 W. 92nd Avenue in Anchorage and let us show you how to make your dreams become a reality.
Many homeowners in Alaska who are avid cooks and frequent entertainers dream of creating a restaurant quality kitchen in their home. We credit Fred Carl, Jr. with fueling the home gourmet chef kitchen movement. In the early 1980s Carl wanted to install a commercial range in the home he was building for his family.
As an increasing number of homeowners in Alaska spend more time in their homes and rely increasingly on subscription and delivery services for groceries and household goods, pantries have become almost a necessity in a well-designed and functioning dream kitchen.
Cersaie International Exhibition is a major European bath and ceramic tile trade show that highlights cutting-edge products and trends. One that stood out was color. The exhibit hall featured lots and lots of color especially fixtures and bath furniture with saturated shades and glossy finishes.