Your kitchen is one of the places you spend the most time in your home. When your family is getting ready for their day, your kitchen can be a gathering place for your family to share time together at breakfast. At parties, everyone seems to congregate around the counter or kitchen island.


That’s why if you’re looking for a way to completely change the look of your kitchen with a remodeling project, we’ve got you covered at The Construction Group in Minnesota. Whether you’re looking for ideas for green remodeling projects or you’re interested in stretching your budget as far as possible, we can help. In this post, we’ll break down a few of our top ideas for giving your Twin Cities kitchen a new look you’ll love.


Check out these fantastic kitchen ideas:


1.      Consider a High-Performance Flooring Solution

Great kitchen flooring needs to be low-maintenance and able to stand up to daily performance tests you put it through with spills and splashes. A well-loved kitchen floor will also be one that takes on a lot of foot traffic. For this reason, both vinyl floors and hardwood floors are the traditionally preferred flooring solutions.


For homeowners in search of greener solutions, we have several more sustainable options to choose from. Recycled metal tiles, stone tiles, and reclaimed wood are all popular options for homeowners with concerns about the environment.


2.      Update Your Countertops With Modern Materials

An upgrade to your countertops is one of the most important kitchen remodeling projects when it comes to changing up the look of a kitchen. Outdated kitchen materials can easily date a kitchen, making it feel like a throwback. Granite countertops are one of the most popular modern kitchen countertop looks, but they can be fairly pricey.


A popular alternative to granite that is both sustainable and current is to use reclaimed wood materials for your kitchen countertop remodel. These countertops are cost-effective, durable, attractive, and better for the environment because they use wood that doesn’t require harvesting.


3.      Embrace the Look of Open Storage

Wood cabinets are the traditional option for kitchens, but traditional isn’t always the only solution. Modern kitchens are looking forward to innovative design ideas such as shelving rather than cabinets. By integrating floating shelves into the design of your kitchen, you’ll be able to place your cookware on display as part of the overall kitchen design. Shelving solutions are also more budget-friendly than traditional cabinet solutions. As a bonus, they’re easier on the environment.


Contact Our Maplewood Kitchen Remodeling Contractor

If you’re ready to redesign your kitchen, fall is the ideal time to begin a new remodeling project. Whether you’re interested in budget-friendly solutions, or you’re more concerned with integrating sustainable designs into your kitchen’s look, we can walk you through your options.


Our kitchen remodeling services team at The Construction Group brings years of expertise to each project. We understand the importance of balancing design and budget concerns. Speak with a Maplewood kitchen remodeling contractor by calling 651-731-5857 or contact us to begin discussing your kitchen design options.