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April 2013

Kitchen Design Trends
from Transitional to Techno

Kitchen remodeling trendsTrendy kitchens have become open, inviting spaces for family and friends. Not only do they feature modern technologies and materials, they incorporate design that eliminates boundaries between kitchen and living areas. Open floor plans provide more cooking space and make for increased family time. Transitional design is a valued trend for home kitchens. A comfortable, homey kitchen with a few modern updates will bring this transitional style to life.

Color: Painting your kitchen with a trendy color palette can create the updated look you desire. Gray is a lasting trend and a great compliment to bold color pops such as emerald glass backsplashes or deep red bar stools. Another popular kitchen palette is black and white. An overall white space with touches of black in knobs and countertops creates a polished look.


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Thank You! Thanks to Jeannie Hamilton of Hamilton Properties for trusting Melton enough to refer her clients our way!
Ty's Tip   Inspect Your Fire Extinguishers
Every home should have a fire extinguisher for the safety of you and your family. Make sure your extinguisher is not blocked by coats, boxes, or other objects. Inspect the canister for dents or rust, check that the pressure is at the recommended level and that there are no leaks. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions when dealing with fire extinguishers. If you are not sure whether your fire extinguisher is working properly, replace it or have it serviced.
Ty Melton, President Melton Design Build

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Ty Melton


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