After Stainless (article in WSJ)?
I know this has been mulled over before, but I saw this while surfing the web from the WSJ (Wall Street Journal) - After Stainless - what?
I was excited to see what they would suggest as I do have white appliances. When I modified I kept the appliances which at that time were probably about 7 or 8 years old(mini renovation several years ago where we changed countertops, hardware, and removed soffits and added molding etc but did not replace cabinets or appliances)....and I guess I just don't love stainless so I didnt feel the need to change out the appliances. Also, it has been my experience that they sure dont make things the way they used to; translate that into why should I swap out totally functional appliances with something newer, cuter that will probably flunk out sooner. I figure I will wait until they act up to replace.
Lately though I guess with an eye towards re-sale in the next few years, I think I came to realize that if the appliances were stainless, the kitchen/house would probably be more appealing to buyers ~even on a subconscious level ,which is what I think home sales are based on.
Thinking about this, I am still in no rush to replace but would love to have some sort of idea or plan in mind for when it does come time to replace.
Unfortunately, I didn't really see anything all that compelling in the article that called my name but i am posting it bc I sure did find it timely and thought you all might enjoy as well.
Ever hopeful of latching onto the next new trend :) enjoy the article.
Here is a link that might be useful: link to article