The style trends are in! Here are five kitchen trends you can do for your next kitchen remodeling project.
As far as Kitchen trends go, 2019 is the year we say goodbye to white cabinets and hello to more colorful alternatives. If you can’t choose one color for your kitchen, two-tone cabinets will color your world, or rather, your kitchen.
“Many people are beginning to incorporate colored cabinets in kitchens while moving away from all white cabinetry. Making a statement and creating a mood with cabinetry, like using deep or grey-washed blues and greens is in high demand. These are being beautifully paired with fixtures and hardware in brass and other contrasting metals.” – Sara Ianniciello
Matte Black & Black Appliances
If you’re looking for a sleek alternative in styling your kitchen, black never goes out of style. You can opt to color your kitchen cabinets, counters, or light fixtures black, or perhaps buy black appliances and let those accent your kitchen.
“Matte black fixtures and hardware are growing in popularity, what was once a minimal and stark choice in all white modern kitchens is now a fun way to subtly add contrast to wood cabinets and more traditional, Shaker-style kitchens.” – Meyers
Various kitchen innovations, whether in the form of appliances or design, are constantly popping up. This 2019, our kitchens can have a more modern twist by incorporating these new technologies that not only enhance our lives but our kitchen design too.
“Digital technology will continue to drive innovations and new pleasures in the kitchen, giving homeowners ever more specific home appliances targeted to their tastes. Wifi-enabled espresso makers can prepare your morning cappuccino before you even get out of bed, and wine technology is evolving from big wine fridges to restaurant-quality single pour preservation systems. Why stop at opening one bottle when you can have a private tasting flight of four?” — Carolyn Pressly
Open shelves are stylish as they are functional. With this kind of design, it’ll be much easier to find what you need in your storage space. Other than that, you can use open shelving as an opportunity to showcase your kitchenware or perhaps an heirloom or two.
“A trend I’m seeing is replacing kitchen upper cabinets with metal, wood or glass shelving. Inspired by hotel and retail spaces, this adds to the overall bold statements many want to make in their homes, forgoing the minimalism that was popular in years past.” – Sara Ianniciello
Clutter-Free Counters & Concealed Storage
With Marie Kondo taking 2019 by storm with her KonMari method of tidying up, there’s a shift to a much cleaner and more organized environment. Keep your kitchen free of clutter and make use of concealed storage to keep things clean, tidy, organized, and sleek.
“Our clients continue to gravitate towards concealed and clean integration in our kitchen designs, with maximized and clever storage solutions.” – Sara Ianniciello