If you're thinking about renovating your kitchen, we've got some data that may interest you.
the most popular feature to upgrade in a renovated kitchen was the countertop, followed by the sink and backsplash, according to the survey. Faucets, wall finishes, lighting fixtures, and cabinets were next on the upgrade list.
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Renovating homeowners were split between white countertops and multicolored ones (27 percent each) as their top choices. A multicolored countertop might be one with a colorful Moroccan-style tile or one made of marble with veining in a different color than the background.
When it comes to colors for the floor, neutrals reign these days. Wood tones have become the most popular for upgraded floors in renovated kitchens, chosen by 52 percent of renovating homeowners upgrading their flooring. Gray floors were a distant second, followed by brown and beige.
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The white kitchen has been a popular choice among renovating homeowners for some time, and with 43 percent of homeowners choosing this neutral for their cabinets, it looks as though the trend has staying power. Wood was the second-most popular color choice for cabinets, followed by another neutral, gray.
Gray is the most popular wall color. Neutrals topped the list for kitchen wall colors, with renovating homeowners most often choosing gray (27 percent), white (24 percent), and beige (21 percent). Blue (7 percent) and green (6 percent) came in as the fourth- and fifth-most popular choices.