From Tuscan to Contemporary a Bonita Bay Remodel by Green Mountain Builders

The old-world charm that was popular in the early 2000s is out, and fresh, contemporary design is in.

A lot can change in twenty years. Around the new millennium, two emerging trends completely transformed interior design: the granite countertop and the open floor plan. At the time, the way homeowners used their kitchen was changing—no longer purely functional, it became the new social hub of the home. And slowly but surely, it began to merge with the living room to create the big, open living space homebuyers know and love today.

Until recently, the Tuscan aesthetic dominated new home construction and drove remodelers to upgrade their client’s homes. But just as the style reached peak ubiquity, a new generation of homebuyers entered the market. These buyers crave a light palate with pops of bright color; clean, modern lines; and no-fuss features. This new sleek look is easy to maintain and very different from the heavy-handed Tuscan style. The trademark palette of burnt red, olive green, golden brown, and other heavy, earthy tones was the cornerstone of the Tuscan aesthetic, and often paired with dark woodwork to complete the old-world trend.

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