Add A Modern Twist To Your Traditional Home Design
A traditional home is… well, traditional! As we move through 2019, and the rise of real estate, we can understand why it is important to upgrade the home. Homeowners all around the world are always looking for ways to add value to their property by making improvements that will enhance the aesthetic appeal. In Pennsylvania, we have seen the fluctuation in the real estate market throughout the years. But with the rise in the Pennsylvania population, you can expect to see the real estate market improve.
This is the reason why so many homeowners are looking for fast and affordable ways to improve the interior and exterior of their homes. BC Stone always likes to start with enhancing the kitchen because by adding high-quality countertops, you are increasing the resale value of your home automatically. Follow along with us to learn about the different ways in which you can modernize your traditional home.
Traditional Architecture With A Modern Home Design
If you are familiar with traditional architecture, you will know about the Georgian, Greek Revival, Colonial, and the Victorian collection of older architectural styles. These styles are without a doubt some of the most beautiful in the world but with the increase in modern home design, we have many people asking about ways to modernize their homes. This is mainly an effort to stay competitive in the real estate market for homeowners who may one day choose to resell their property. We would like to say that you can always keep your traditional style and just add a few modern twists all while keeping the design and theme of your home intact. Modernizing your home simply means adding more quality and more contemporary styles to enhance the value. You can find modern countertops that will complement your traditional home design.
BC Stone works with the top exterior and interior designers, architects, and builders in America. After having carefully considered the many ways in which one could go about modernizing a traditional home, we have decided to stick within the realm of our highest experience, the kitchen! Although BC Stone does offer countertop installation in the bathroom, for the sake of this article we have decided to stick with the kitchen.
Increase The Resale Value Of Your Home Using Quality Counters
Whether you are wanting to remodel an older home or infuse a contemporary style design, we have exactly what you are looking for. You may already have some ideas about the endless kitchen countertop materials that are out there. If you do, this means you may already have done your research on quartz and granite countertops. The reason why these countertop materials are increasingly getting so much exposure in the construction industry is that they add tons of value to every home. They are high-end, premier-quality, and top-class countertop stones that will alter the dynamic of your home design in a very positive way. Quartz and granite will not only increase the resale value of your home but they will also increase the chances of your home being sold faster. Another countertop material that is also admired and desired by people all around the world is the flawless marble stone. Each countertop material has its advantages and ways to make you improve your home.
1. Marble Kitchen Countertops
Why did marble make the list? Well, aside from the natural veining that keeps people completely mesmerized, marble is very high-end. It is a stone that brings so much beauty and appeals to your property. Whether you want marble countertops, marble floors, or marble backsplashes, marble is the way to go. You will improve the design momentum of your traditional home by investing in this super fabulous stone. The price varies and the options are endless. Another great part about getting marble is that it is pretty simple to clean and maintain. You will not need to constantly worry about this or that. Marble is a low maintenance stone. If you are interested in seeing the different marble countertop options that we offer click below.
a. Calacatta Gold
b. Dark Emperado
c. Nero Marquina
d. Super White
e. White Carrara
2. Quartz Kitchen Countertops
Quartz kitchen countertops are great if you are looking to modernize your traditional home. This surface material is one of a kind and has a whole lot to offer. Not only is quartz installed in homes because it is an extremely attractive stone but because it also improves the functionality of the kitchen. This is a great option for really busy kitchens. They can withstand exposure to high temperatures, scratches, and stains. So it did not make the list strictly from a style standpoint. Beauty matters but it is extremely secondary to the importance of functionality. Check out some of the quartz countertops that we have below. Improve your kitchen design with one of these beautiful countertops.
a. Calacatta Verona
b. Babylon Gray Quartz
c. Shadow Gray Quartz
d. Statuary Classique Quartz
e. Carrara Grigio
f. Pacific Salt
3. Granite Kitchen Countertops
Last but certainly not least, granite kitchen countertops. The strength of this marvelous countertop is unlike anything you have ever seen before! It also comes in a large assortment of colors, patterns, styles, and designs. Our granite collection is limitless because the more options we offer the more likely it is that you will find the perfect one for your home design. Modernize your home with granite tops in your kitchen to bring out your dark cabinets and floors. Below we will list a few of the granite options that we have.
a. Never River White
b. Oro Brasil Granite
c. Netuno Bordeaux
d. Crema Bordeaux
e. Dakota Mohagany
Whether you choose marble, quartz, or granite countertops, your home’s value will shoot up along with the appeal. If you are looking to add a modern twist to your traditional home-style then investing in new countertops is the way to go. You can never go wrong with high-quality countertops. They will accentuate your interior design and make an impression on all of your guests. We hope you found this article helpful. Please visit the blog for more related content. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, the contact us by calling us at (814) 652-2397