Some of 2015’s kitchen trends

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Kitchens are the heart of many homes and like our personal style, we want it to reflect us while staying current and fresh. Here are a few of the common trends sweeping the industry to help keep your style, and your kitchen on trend.

Fixtures: Stainless steel remains on trend, but oil-rubbed bronze continues to be an important surface for kitchen and bathroom fixtures such as faucets, handles and knobs. Check out other current finishes such as gold, copper, bronze, brushed nickel, or chrome.

Sinks: To embrace the trends for warm metals, ditch the standard stainless steel sink and go with a plain white sink, or perhaps a sink in a warm color that harmonizes.

Wallpaper: A major trend in 2015, according to kitchen and bathroom designer Lee Hardcastle, is incorporating wallpaper on an accent wall. Next year we’ll also be seeing wallpaper used in unexpected ways and spaces, such as on ceilings, to create striking features.

Colour: Along with white, gray is a strong contender for the hottest neutral color in trendy designers’ palettes for 2015. Metallic surfaces are a hot design trend for 2015, and they are easily accomplished; try freshening up tired spaces with some of the newest metallic paint colors that are hitting the marketplace now. Watch for vibrant, attention-grabbing hues making a comeback in the kitchen.

Design: Open floor plans continue to be on-trend for 2015 and beyond. What you will begin to see more of is a reduced amount of cabinets which opens up the space, especially above the counter. People hanging out in your family room can see everything going on in the kitchen and the people in the kitchen have full view of the family room as well.

At MCK Kitchen & Bath Design, we work within your budget and your design taste in creating a kitchen atmosphere where your family can gather and share in food and conversation.

Contact MCK Kitchen & Bath Design today and get started on a stunning and comfortable home space.

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MCK Covid-19 Protocol 

Showroom Guests 

MCK has remained open throughout this health crisis and we welcome you back to our showroom and facility. 

Your health and safety is a top priority for MCK Kitchen & Bath. 

Please do not visit our showroom if you are experiencing symptoms such as fever, cough or shortness of breath. If possible, limit your group size to decision makers only please. 

Unless our showroom is at capacity, we will gladly take you through our displays upon your arrival.  

When entering the showroom, you will be greeted by one of our (symptom free) staff and offered gloves and a mask. The choice to wear them is yours, however, we may ask you to use the hand sanitizer provided.  Our showroom surfaces are cleaned regularly. 

We want to make this experience as comfortable as possible. Please do not be afraid to give us feedback on any improvements we could make as we all adjust to the new “normal”. 

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If any members of your household are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 including but not limited to fever, cough and difficulty breathing, please cancel your installation or in-home appointment immediately. 

Maintain a minimum distance of 6 feet from our staff please. Do not borrow or lend any tools. 

The following criteria has been created for our staff visiting your home. We ask that you respect these guidelines and do not place our staff in a compromising situation: 

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If you are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 including but not limited to fever, cough and difficulty breathing, please stay at home and advise your supervisor. 

Wash your hands often, using soap and water where available or hand sanitizer. 

Cough or sneeze into your elbow or tissues. Throw away the tissues immediately. 

Maintain a social distancing minimum of 6 feet from all non-MCK staff. When conversing with the client, masks must be worn unless permission to do otherwise is given. 

While on-site, if social distancing cannot be maintained, masks are mandatory.  

If there is no other option, ask for permission from homeowner before using their bathroom or other facilities. Travel through common areas quickly and efficiently. 

Keep surface contact to a minimum, especially outside the kitchen area. 

Installation crew - You and your helper will be required to sign off on this installation and print your first and last names legibly on the form to be left behind. 

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