Property: The most popular kitchen color for a “happy home” has been revealed – and it has the potential to boost value.
KITCHENS are unquestionably one of the most important rooms in the house, and they may significantly increase the value of a home. According to new study from Magnet, the most popular color for kitchen cabinets is white.
Kitchens, whether open plan or not, may add a lot of value to a home, while a terrible one can potentially depreciate it. White kitchen units are the number one choice if you want to feel joyful in your kitchen, according to new study from Magnet, which was featured on today’s edition of Loose Women.
It’s difficult to decide which color would work best with so many various colored units on the market.
According to Magnet’s research, white is the greatest color to have in the kitchen if you want to feel joyful, with one in every six respondents saying that having a white kitchen would bring them the most happiness.
White kitchens appear clean, fresh, and crisp while also opening up the area and making it appear larger.
White is also ageless, and it’s a fantastic neutral that appeals to a wide range of tenants and buyers.
In fact, studies have shown that having a natural kitchen adds more value than having a kitchen painted a deeper color like brown.
When it comes to kitchen amenities, over a third of people (28%) stated having an island would make them happier.
One-fifth of those polled said they would like an open-plan kitchen and living area.
An open plan kitchen has grown in popularity in recent years, with advantages such as allowing the family to spend more time together and having more space and light.
Walk-in pantries were also high on people’s choices, with 15% saying it would be their first option, followed by an American-style refrigerator freezer with 14% saying it would be their first choice.
“Lockdown has revolutionized how we live and how we engage with our home spaces,” said Hayley Simmons, Director of Commercial Range at Magnet.
“A well-designed, practical space that contributes to an organized, happy home is now more desirable than size, with only 11% of people citing size as the most significant factor.
“This eye-opening new study sheds light on how consumers behave.” Brinkwire Summary News.