Kitchen Design & Remodeling Trends
Whether your current layout needs a complete redo or you merely want to change an existing color scheme, you might want to watch for current trends. The latest kitchen design and remodeling trends are all about customizing your space with unique accents in your favored range of colors, textures, patterns, materials, and fixtures. Colorful cabinetry, natural timber, decorative floor and backsplash tile, and stone sinks rule the day. The goal is to improve your cooking and storage space and add a personal touch on all components of the kitchen. Here are some trends for 2018 & 2019 we would like to share with viewers and potential customers.
Kitchen Color Schemes
Warmer colors and soothing wood tones will be dressing up kitchens in 2018 and 2019. The butcher block island, Classic Shaker or flat painted or wood cabinetry are always timeless. They sometimes go for a while but always come back. Consider a Pastel Color Accent Wall to add some personality.
A pastel accent wall is a very good addition for those who like colors in their kitchens, so soft shade of yellow, pink, green blue or red would complement beautifully with natural wood tones and neutral color palettes and add some spice to a beautiful already design.
White, Gray and Blue Kitchens Continue to be Popular
Shades of White, Grey and Blue kitchens are an ongoing trend and will stay for a while. However, some other colors as black, yellow, red or green are used for accenting part of cabinetry, as islands for example, or part of walls.
In the last few years, wood and plywood features have been showing in stylish, urban kitchens, as they were in the past. Now this trend has evolved into wood cabinetry in pale, soft colors and shades. Wood looks beautifully when combined with polished metal appliances and fixtures.
Rolling Kitchen Island
The demand for large kitchen islands is going away. Instead of massive in size, savvy homeowners prefer now smaller islands on wheels. A custom island on wheels is easy to relocate for different uses and adds more open space to the kitchen.
Upper cabinets can be easily converted into open shelving, and this trend is growing in popularity, for decorative and functional purposes, especially in modern farmhouse style kitchens. Open shelves keep a collection of nice decors or dish-ware displayed.
Flat Cabinet Doors With Handles
No more busy details such as recessed panels, trim work, or large cabinet pulls. Classic Shaker or Classic Flat Style doors and drawer fronts with small knobs are gaining in popularity. Doors and accessories like these give an old cooking space a clean, modern look and are easy to maintain.
Classic Shaker Cabinetry
It looks like Shaker style cabinets are timeless, they were, they are and they will always be trendy. Right now they are a big favorite among homeowners. They give cabinets a fresh twist if you go with a two-tone paint job.
Metal in the Kitchen
Copper or brass pieces with a worn oxidized finish are giving cooking spaces a cozy, lived-in look. The patina on the range hood or other metal pieces evokes warmth and comfort and is also on trend. From stainless steel to polished chrome, brass or gold, there is a variety of metal to use in the kitchen to add this special flavor.
Farm Style Stone or Metal Sink
You can add an old world style to your kitchen with a farmhouse inspired sink carved from stone or metal. Natural material repels germs, and is both heat and stain resistant, and they can develop a unique patina with age, which can add beautiful character to your kitchen.
Concrete Kitchen Features
Concrete features in the kitchen are getting popular particularly in modern style kitchens . The countertops in made from polished concrete with a satin, semi-gloss or gloss finish should be protected with a water-resistant sealer to prevent stains and scratches.
Banquette Seating Gets a Refresh
Banquette seating once popular during the 1980s have big time again with some fresh details to bring modern, style. Cast concrete table, a custom leather bench, and a few side chairs will make the kitchen ready for a cup of coffee or tea, or a glass of wine with a nice view of you landscaping through a window. .
Centerpieces in Kitchens are Vent Hoods
The range hood is not for venting only anymore. It became a centerpiece of the kitchen and homeowner's statement
of style and taste.
Final Statement With Floor Tiles
Wood flooring in the kitchen is a for perfect show of personality and durability but you cannot go wrong with patterned floor tile. Statement-making tile floors will never require refinishing. For maximum impact, and they can pair with an backsplash.
Matte Black Faucets
When it comes to metal fixtures in kitchens, anything goes, but matte black faucets start showing more and more lately. The single handle pull-down sprayer faucet with the drop-in granite sink would be a very nice accent to any kitchen.
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Two-tone color scheme is gaining popularity in 2018. Kitchen cabinets can be in white or off-white color and islands can be in dark colors, painted or stained.
White or off-white Quartz countertops are ruling today's kitchen remodeling market
Cabinets painted in gray color beautifully complement with stainless appliances and wood-like floors
Solid wood kitchen cabinets stained or painted in natural gold color are gaining popularity and they are timeless in their nature.
Classic stained in dark color kitchen cabinets with built-in wine cooler
Gray, white and blue are dominating in kitchen cabinet color palette
Massive wood vent hood and upper cabinet lighting are a focal points in this high-end French Chateau style kitchen