These six cabinet trends will be making their way to homes near you in the coming year.
Nothing says “welcome” like a colorful kitchen. Using brighter hues or contrasting neutrals is a great way to express the personality of your home. home. For those faithful to crisp, white kitchens, consider painting the island in a high contrast hue to the field cabinetry for a delightful dose of color.
Using dark paint doesn't mean you’ll be stuck with muddy, over-saturated colors. In fact, deep tones can totally transform a space. Full-spectrum formulas in colors like Espionage (C2-742) and Stout (C2-965) don't use black ink (which typically dulls color) and actually reflect the natural light, so it remains luminous. Combine with reclaimed woods and mixed metals for a designer-inspired palette. Adding a metal grille (available in a variety of patterns) to front upper cabinet inserts is a fun, decorative option to a solid door.
A minimal aesthetic in the kitchen helps keep your house -- and your mind - uncluttered and organized and can also visually expand the area. Designers are ditching the hardware in lieu of touch release or finger pull cut out cabinets to further commit to a sleek overall look.
To maximize space, incorporate built-in banquette seating. Both practical and appealing, jazz it up with another trend we are seeing: paint color and Naugahyde metallic seat covers.
Maximize storage and style by installing wall to wall and cabinets. Taking it one step further, we’re seeing appliances with panel fronts, so they are disguised to look like the cabinets.
Add some cool jewel-like hardware for some interest and pizzazz.
While it's certainly not a new trend, there are many ways to keep tile current. Wading through all the options can seem daunting, so here a few highlights on our list:
Move over, granite, there are new materials in town -- and they are both sustainable and durable:
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