Saturday, 4 March 2017

Ready To Update Your Home?

Updating Trends

You love your home. It’s in the ideal location, your neighbors are friendly, and the commute to work is stress free. The only problem is, the styles are dated. Lighting fixtures, flooring, cabinets, and countertops can easily be changed without leaving the home you love and Bin There Dump That is here to help!


Worn and dated carpet can be updated with wood floors. They’ve been attributed with less cleaning and as a helper with people who suffer from allergies. Once the floors have that classic look, why not complement with this year’s colors on the walls? Benjamin Moore’s ‘Shadow” 2117-30 and SherwinWilliams’ ‘Poised Taupe” SW 6039 are great neutral colors that can warm the walls.

White is the current popular choice for cabinets according to National Kitchen and Bath Association members, but can be contrasted beautifully with the wall color. In the kitchen, a colorful backsplash will go well with the white cabinets. Just remember, a hexagonal design is replacing the traditional square tiles. Be creative! And if you haven’t already done granite for countertops, consider the newer looks of quartz or marble.


Perhaps your home is quite new but the furniture needs updating. Picture a colorful island in your kitchen to offset the white cabinets. Rather than staying neutral in colors in other areas of the home, the new island can be a focal point of color! Besides the addition of an island, vanities are becoming popular again. Vanities are being built into bathrooms but can also be purchased as a standalone piece. For your living area, according to House Beautiful, oversized furniture is making way for specific pieces that fit to optimize space.


New lighting will only enhance the updated parts of your home. LED is the energy saving light that is lighting up our homes with a truer light. Fixtures that use LED are replacing our older fixtures.

Other details are sinks. The apron front sink for the kitchen is the look according to HGTV. In the bathroom, raised sinks are an updated feature vs. the flush sinks. Another change is the finish for kitchen and bathroom fixtures. If you want to give your home the latest update, gold is the way to go. This isn’t the brass of the 70’s, but instead a brighter look.

Whether it is bulky carpet and furniture or old cabinets and lighting, Bin There Dump That has the perfect size container for you to dispose of the old and bring in the new!

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