When designing a new kitchen for your home, the countertop will likely be the focal point of your kitchen. With 90% of cooking and entertaining taking place in the kitchen, consider these five modern countertops ideas for 2023.
#1 | Make an Integrated Sink
If you’re looking to create a seamless appearance in your kitchen, integrating your kitchen sink will give you a sleek look throughout. This will create a simple modern twist with any countertop and eliminate any overlap that a traditional drop-in sink would. Your contractor can adjust the size to your specifications without any worry.
#2 | Waterfall Edge
Waterfall edges are crafted by extending the kitchen countertop at a 90-degree angle and flowing to the floor, giving the impression of a seamless continuation of the countertop surface. This countertop will likely receive a tremendous amount of attention from all who enter your home or commercial building.
Waterfall edge countertops are a modern trend that adds beauty, elegance and uniqueness to any design. They also add a luxurious touch to your kitchen countertop design and produce an artistic focal point, making all who walk into the kitchen say “wow”.
#3 | Colored Countertops
As we’ve seen on runways all over the world this year, everyone seems to be going green, and we don’t mean from an electrical standpoint. From kelly green and bold, electric hues to deeper emerald greens, and chartreuses, there are plenty of shades to consider. Green is an energizing, invigorating color that can refresh and renew your kitchen, but it can also be used in a variety of settings, both subtle and striking.
Many of us tend to think of green or blue as modern hues, but with the right shade, it can also create a vintage or rustic look. Try experimenting with different tints of color throughout your space to see what works best with your décor and style. You might just fall in love with a color you never expected in your home!
#4 | Matching Backsplash
Your new kitchen design or renovation is coming together, except something is missing – your backsplash! One of the major questions homeowners or commercial building owners have when choosing a backsplash is whether it must match their countertops.
Often owners prefer to match, sticking to a color palette that delivers a peaceful, uniform look. This is accomplished if you select simple, neutral colors for both your countertops and backsplash. This can be seen these days in the modern trend of all-white kitchens, which showcases a white countertop, backsplash, and cabinets.
#5 | Unique Finishes & Material
When selecting a new countertop for your kitchen, you may have a clear idea as to how you’d like it to look – shiny and smooth or soft on the eyes and to the touch.
To pick the countertop that will best suit your everyday needs and aesthetic preferences, review an extensive variety of possibilities, and choose the right material and surface finish for your dream countertop. A few modern finishes include:
Distinctive finishes result in different textures and appearances, which can add an unique appearance to the countertop. Countertops can highlight the shades and patterns of the stone, decrease the visibility of stains, and diminish the porosity of the slab. Each type of finish has its own specifics. Homeowners should be mindful of the benefits and suitable uses of all finishes to make a knowledgeable decision about their countertops.
Below are a few variations of material and finishes that will get you inspired to pick the next modern countertop of your dreams!
#1 | Butcher-Block
#2 | Quartz/Quartzite
#3 | Soapstone
#4 | Concrete
#5 | Granite
Hire a Contractor – Varian Construction
If you are looking for a contractor to help you pick and install the countertops of your dreams, trust Varian Construction.
Based in Southwest Florida, Varian Construction has renovated homes, condominiums, and commercial buildings for more than 30 years. In those three-plus decades, Varian has been awarded 15 Florida Home Builders Association awards for excellence in their craft.
Furthermore, owner Bill Varian is accredited as a Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR), Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS), and a Certified Green Professional (CGP), ensuring that your home will be built with both quality and care.
Fully licensed to work in Florida, Varian Construction can complete your upgrades within your desired budget and timeframe. Varian uses CoConstruct to help schedule timelines, track financials, and as a platform for communication for homeowners so you can be confident that your project is in good hands. If you are interested in hiring Varian Construction for your home renovation, call today at 239.514.0103 or visit VarianConstruction.com