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The problem with any remodel is that within a few years it may have already gone out of style. This is especially true in kitchens, where the newest fashion trends seem to come and go on a whim. One minute wood paneling is the hottest stuff on the market and then a few years later it looks dated and out of place. But in many kitchens, it's actually the household appliances that age quickest. Remember when pea-green and avocado were hip and chic. Remember when the biggest refrigerator or microwave meant the best quality of product. Trends always change over time, so when remodeling a kitchen the best design philosophy is to stay as neutral as possible. And installing state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances is the smartest way to stay stylish and to keep it that way.
The Stainless Steel Solution
In today's modern kitchen, stainless steel appliances are treasured investments. If you own them, you're proud of them. If you don't have them, you want them. Why? Well, they're sleek and simple, yet still look tough and durable. Also, their elegance can come in any shape or size. From can openers to stoves, microwaves to refrigerators, this material can be found on any kitchen utensil. Plus, just turn on the TV and you'll see a million shows where professional cooks attempt to turn everybody into a gourmet chef. Therefore, many homeowners want to imitate the look of these shows as well. Stainless steel appliances help to replicate the look of real restaurant kitchens, giving an authority to any amateur cook by making the room itself feel luxurious and special. And unlike other trends, this is doesn't look to be a fad. Since they've always been considered high-end products, they've always been in style and this fact won't change anytime soon.
The New Neutral
Though stainless steel appliances add a more contemporary, industrial appearance to a home, they can also blend in with any pre-existing décor. White surfaces were once thought to be the ultimate neutralizer: since it's actually the absence of color, everything else can match it. However, the same can be said for metal: its naturally reflective material allows it to echo the look of any surrounding material. It's the best of both worlds. Due to their shine, they can really pop; but they can also fade into the background. Even if you don't like the "industrial" look and prefer wooden cabinets, linoleum floors, and Formica countertops, metallic veneers can still fit in with any personal design choice.