The Impact of COVID-19 on Home Remodeling Trends Down the Road

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Let’s talk about the home remodeling trends that’ll still be around several years from now.

The COVID-19 pandemic has lasted for over a year. This past year has probably felt like a lifetime all rolled up into a scant collection of months. Even though the virus is being repelled (finally), its aftershocks will be felt for a very long time. A brand new start is usually motivated by a major lifestyle change. For one reason or another, you’re probably considering the idea of remodeling your home. So, let’s talk about the home remodeling trends that’ll last several years from now. 

More Luxurious Materials in Kitchens and Bathrooms

Most home remodeling projects center around kitchens and bathrooms. One of the most interesting developments these days is how more elegant materials are gaining cachet. For example, ceramic, porcelain, and luxury vinyl tile are especially popular for redefining these two crucial rooms. These high-traffic areas of your home are also exposed to plenty of moisture and humidity. They don’t scratch or stain very easily, which is great news for nervous homeowners. Plus, they are incredibly easy to clean. 

The Surging Popularity of Quartz Surfaces

Quartz is extremely durable. This attribute contributes to how trendy it has become as of late. There is a huge array of design choices suitable for any aesthetic. Upgrading functional surfaces such as kitchen countertops, kitchen islands, and bathroom vanities is easy: just switch to quartz! Shower walls, kitchen backsplashes, and other such elements of your house can be transformed via the magic of home remodeling as well!  

Copper and Bronze Are In Vogue 

Metallic materials are well-known for how long-lasting they are. Besides, copper and bronze are capable of resisting the presence of microbes. In addition to reducing germs and bacteria, they’re gorgeous choices for touchpoints like faucets, doorknobs, pull handles, and staircase railings. The sinks in kitchens and bathrooms are common elements of a renovation. As such, copper and bronze are gaining popularity for this reason. 

Anyone who wants to incorporate other types of touch-free technology into their homes should put these resources to good use. Hands-free sinks, toilets, smart thermostats, and automated lights are also great ideas for slowing down the spread of invisible viruses that share your home with you. 

Call Matthews Construction and Design Today!

Are you ready to update your Maryland home’s indoor or outdoor living areas? The professionals at Matthews Construction and Design can help. For over four decades, our experts have been successfully transforming residential properties, inside and out.

Are you ready to dive headfirst into your residential remodeling project? Or you still have a million questions? Either way, the Matthews Construction and Design team is here to help you fulfill all of your remodeling needs. 

If you want to learn more, please give us a call at 202-702-3553 or simply visit us online. To see what we have been working on, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Houzz. Get more value for your money!

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