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June 2019

Dear <<First Name>>,

June is here! What a beautiful time of year to get inspired about what you love to do.

Our ADB team had an inspirational time attending this year’s Cutting Edge Remodeler’s Education Expo in Atlanta. What a fabulous opportunity to attend continuing education classes in order to hone their skills and maintain or acquire professional certification credentials. Learn more about why events like these matter in our mission to transform your homes and enrich your lives! Then check out the latest trends in kitchen remodels in our 2019 trends report.

If you are bringing in seasonal produce from your garden this summer, or picking it up at your local farmer’s market, you are spending a lot of time in your kitchen. Are you prepping with ease or battling clutter and disorganization? Now is the perfect time to think about redesigning your kitchen. We have the latest kitchen trends of 2019 straight from the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) survey!

If you feel inspired to tackle a remodeling project while you are spending time enjoying the outdoors, we would love the chance to help you. Whatever you have planned for this summer, we hope you enjoy this beautiful season.


H. Dale Contant, MCR, CRPM, UDCP

President | Principal Owner

Maintaining Atlanta Design & Build’s Core Commitments: Our Clients and Our Team

At Atlanta Design & Build we pride ourselves not only on our commitment to enriching our clients’ lives, but also enriching the lives of our team of employees. In order to provide our clients with life-changing services, we employ construction industry professionals who are always striving to learn more about their craft. This is one reason we appreciate The Cutting Edge: Remodeling Education Expo hosted annually by the Atlanta chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI).

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Kitchen Design Trends for 2019

Each year the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) surveys designers, remodelers, builders, architects and manufacturers throughout North America in order to forecast design trends for kitchens and baths. The purpose is to help designers be aware of what is now trending and what will be the most popular styles and features in the upcoming years. This report can be a fantastic assistance to you in making design decisions when remodeling your kitchen or bath.

Focusing on the kitchen survey, transitional and contemporary are expected to be the highly favored styles. Also farmhouse, industrial, traditional, mid-century and eclectic will be popular during the next several years. When kitchens are remodeled, most of them are enlarged up to 25 percent—the most typical size being 150-350 square feet. In terms of layout, the L-shaped kitchen with a medium-to-large island is the most in demand, with the U-shaped kitchen falling quite a distance behind. The majority of kitchen islands range from 12 to 35 square feet. Only 2 percent of the designers surveyed created a kitchen without a center island in the past year.

Innovation is showing up in cabinets, countertops and lighting these days. Many cabinets are designed in a contemporary European style with hidden handles. New materials, like large-format slabs with a concrete look and a matte finish, are on the upswing for countertops. LED lighting is everywhere, now with better color rendering and the ability to dim.

Alongside these innovations, designers are wishing for greater variation in cabinets, ventilation hoods, sinks and countertops. They would like to have a wider variety of transitional door styles available for cabinets and different materials for doors and drawer fronts. Designers often state they want more of a furniture-design element, such as legs for the toe kick on base cabinets. They desire ventilation hoods to be offered in an integrated form, minimal, shallow-depth and “invisible” in appearance. Designers want more workstation sinks in a variety of sizes, and a wider array of materials for kitchen sinks besides stainless, cast iron or granite composite. They are eager to have richer, more saturated colors for quartz countertops—bolder design options beyond white and gray.

According to designers, some of the most ingenious new products for the kitchen are appliances that are on the cutting-edge in several areas. New bright colors, as well as black stainless and a contemporary white (not the same as your mom’s) make the appliances stand out. Different sizes, such as refrigeration columns, microwave drawers and dishwasher drawers, allow appliances to be placed in a variety of positions within the kitchen for greater flexibility in the layout. Advanced technology, like video screens and touch sensors, bring appliances into today’s world. Mobile-device accommodations, such as the ability to control appliances with your smartphone; voice-enabled home automation platforms; and safety technology that alerts a cellphone of an undesirable situation are tech innovations predicted to dominate kitchens over the next three years.




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Marietta, GA 30066


About Us

Atlanta Design & Build, based in Marietta, GA, has provided the northern suburbs of Atlanta with quality remodeling services since 1996. We are a full-service design/build firm that has always taken pride in the high level of customer support delivered to each project. In 2008, we developed our proprietary HomeStyle® System, a client-centered approach which ensures for each remodeling project we listen to your needs and desires and then transform your living space to fulfill them.
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