Kitchen Design Trends

Kitchen Design Trends

by Lori Lesnansky & Team,
SoSimple Home-Keller Williams

The kitchen is the heart of the home, it’s where big decisions are made, where delicious meals are cooked, where friends gather, dinner guest linger after dinner, homework is completed, and it is an extension of the gathering area of your home.

White is here and will be a timeless statement for cabinets, while gray is a close runner-up. Darker wood cabinets are being replaced with lighter counter parts. Materials are getting mixed in the kitchen. Contrasting colors and styles are combined to create a more unique space. For example, mixed marbles and metals in a space can help highlight gray wood tones.

Decorative lighting
Bold and oversized lighting choices are popular choices. Decorative lighting is key in the kitchen and adds dramatic flair as well as functionality, especially over a kitchen island.

Switch out some cabinet doors with glass doors. It can help you extend visual boundaries while also allowing home owners to display some of their favorite things and add more personalization to a space.

More drawers, less doors
Having plenty of kitchen drawers can add more functionality in storage. Homeowners are showing preferences toward more drawers over extra cabinets. Bold hardware can then be added to the drawers to add more design appeal.

Counter-depth fridges
For small to modest-size kitchens, remodeling is often a game of inches. Counter-depth refrigerators sit flush with adjacent cabinetry and countertops, freeing up just a bit more space while creating a streamlined look.

Not sure where to start or how you should budget for your kitchen to ensure you are not outspending the sales prices of recent homes? Then reach out to for a complimentary consult to determine your next steps.

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