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April 30, 2010 - Home Improvement 5

Top 10 kitchen and bath trends for 2010


3. Quartz countertops 4. Pull-down/pull-out kitchen faucets

5. Polished chrome finishes 6. Under-counter refrigerator drawers 7. Dishwasher drawers for small loads

8. Marble vanity tops 9. Integrated sink tops, drop-in sinks, vessel sinks and pedes- tal sinks

10. Bronze and stainless steel finishes

In the kitchen

Make a statement at the sink with the new Arbor pulldown kitchen faucet from Moen; it’s perfect for 2010 and beyond.

Does your kitchen or bathroom look like it’s stuck in a time warp? Then it might be time to update the most-used rooms in your home. For inspiration, look no further than the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), which recently shared its top 2010 kitchen and bath trends. To compile the findings and de- termine the latest kitchen and bath trends, the organization surveyed those members who designed a kitchen or bathroom during the last quarter of 2009. According to NKBA, the top 10 trends for 2010 are:

1. Shaker style kitchen design 2. Maple and alder cabinetry

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Making a big statement throughout the kitchen in 2010 is the addition of functional drawer appliances. One such example, which has been specified by nearly a third of NKBA’s kitchen designers, is modern refrigeration technology. Turning convenience into a luxury, under-counter refrig- erated drawers feature adjustable horizontal and vertical dividers to keep frequently used items close at hand. Perfect for the ultimate entertainer, refrigerated draw- ers are quite roomy, typically tall enough to store a 2-liter bottle and wide enough to hold items such as

serving trays and pizza boxes. If you’re tired of running the

dishwasher when it’s only half-full, consider installing a dishwasher drawer. Because it’s independently operated, you can wash small loads as economically as large ones. Plus, the extra flexibility to run cycles simultaneously with your traditional dishwasher makes clean-up quicker and easier, explaining why nearly a third of designers are incorporating this new trend into kitchens, as well. Another popular element to include in the kitchen in 2010 is a pull-down or pull-out faucet. Utilized by 85 percent of kitchen designers, it’s an easy way to make a design statement at the kitchen

sink while increasing functionality. The new Arbor pull-down kitchen faucet from Moen seamlessly brings simple sophistication to the kitchen with its transitional styling that complements virtually any de- cor. It’s available in a chrome fin- ish, which is another 2010 trend to look for in appliances, accents and hardware throughout the en- tire kitchen. For more information about the Arbor pull-down kitchen faucet from Moen, visit or call (800) BUY-MOEN (800- 289-6636).

In the bath

Granite is the dominant material

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