trends in kitchen design

Trends In Kitchen Design

This kitchen gives you a glimpse at several of 2017’s most prominent kitchen trends: The white and off-white color palette is right on-trend for 2017. Pullouts and rollouts are making kitchen organization easier. Pieces that look like furniture are adding sophistication to current kitchen environments. Parquet flooring is trending up and is being used everywhere in the home, including the kitchen. Kitchen lighting has shifted from utilitarian to remarkable. The eye-catching light fixture in this kitchen gives you a dazzling example of this. Open shelving remains a top trend for 2017. Innovative wine storage solutions are of interest to consumers right now. The kitchen designer is Gina Bon, CMKBD, Airoom, LLC of Lincolnwood, Il. Photographed by Sherie Cervantes.
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Trends In Kitchen Design

Bunches of top 2017 kitchen trends are evident in this picture: A trendy color-blocked palette features black, white and vivid green. The barstools and furniture add elements of mid-century modern design, while the architectural details and artwork hint at mountain modern style. The subway tile backsplash and open shelving are carryover trends that remain current for 2017 kitchens. Jewel-tone colors are a new emerging trend. The vibrant green accents in this kitchen are a prime example of how to use jewel tones effectively in the kitchen. Photo Courtesy of Behr.com.
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Trends In Kitchen Design

Want to update the look of your kitchen? Maybe you’re interested in remodeling your kitchen, or you’re building a brand new home. Or perhaps you just want to upgrade a few important details in your existing kitchen décor. If you’re freshening up your kitchen in any form, before you spend any money, it pays to get informed about the current kitchen design trends for 2017.
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Trends In Kitchen Design

After studying thousands of different resources including web pages, blog posts, articles, press releases, bestseller lists, store displays, catalogs, magazines and emails, these are what we’ve determined are the most important kitchen trends for 2017. We hope you found these insights interesting, helpful and comprehensive. If you’re in need of more in-depth information, the references linked below are the ones we found to be most authoritative and useful out of all the pages we looked at when compiling this trend report. You’ll find much more interesting reading material on the topic of 2017 kitchen trends if you visit these pages.
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Trends In Kitchen Design

This kitchen is on-trend in multiple ways: There’s an interesting mix of different materials and surfaces. Prominent color blocking is evident. The predominant colors in this design are dark ebony and white, which is one of the top kitchen color palettes for 2017. Wood flooring in the kitchen is a big thing right now. Warming drawers are currently popular. The one pictured here includes universal design features such as ergonomically angled controls. The kitchen design pictured here is by Nar Fine Carpentry in Carmichael, California. The Photographer is Fred Donham of Photographylink.com.
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Trends In Kitchen Design

‘In terms of the painted kitchen, the trends are moving away from the chunkier profiles and looking to slim, thinner contouring that are allowing shaker style doors and slab drawer combinations to maintain classical proportions with a modern look and feel. Instead, new and modern painted doors are coming to the fore as they have the ability to work across all types of kitchen design, even handleless.’ – Daval
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Trends In Kitchen Design

For many of us, the kitchen is the hub of the home. It’s where the family convenes every night for dinner. It’s where homework is done and family meetings are had. And it’s where guests gather even though the dining room table is set and a fire is roaring in the living room. There’s something about the kitchen that makes it far more than merely a utilitarian space. If you’re thinking about updating your kitchen this year, check out these hot trends, as identified by designers.
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Trends In Kitchen Design

Kitchen cabinet trends have evolved over the course of the past decade. Back in 2008, the hottest kitchen cabinet style was a raised panel-in-frame, commanding 63 percent of the total market share. At the time, flat panel in-frame cabinets weren’t the trendiest style, although they did command about 19 percent of the total market share. Nowadays, flat panel cabinets command a more respectable 34 percent of the total market share. Raised-panel cabinet styles have fallen in popularity, but there’s still significant demand for them. The latest available data indicates their current market share is 46 percent of the total.
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3 “One top kitchen design trend I love is to have sections of the upper cabinet extended onto the counter. Let’s face it, we all love our small appliances (i.e. toaster oven, espresso machine) but we may not want them on display all the time. A multi-purpose kitchen island has been the go-to solution to disguise the microwave and dishwasher, but unless the island is 10 feet long, it is challenging and perhaps impractical for the island to house the small appliances we use daily off the counter. By having the upper cabinets extended to the counter and small appliances sitting behind doors, you can achieve a sleek design statement without sacrificing your morning coffee!” – Blogger and Decorator, Tim Lam.
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‘Having clutter-free worktops is an emerging interior design trend. It can open up the space of a kitchen and allows the home cook to calmly prepare their food at a clear surface. The options for cabinetry are developing to enable this layout, carrying various compartments and shelves for everything from seasoning and oils to paper towels and tea bags. Clear worktops can also create the illusion of a larger kitchen space, so for consumers with a smaller kitchen environment it’s well worth considering having a tidy-up!’ – Max-Top
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The kitchen of the future is here today. From sensor-activated lights that illuminate the kitchen only when it’s in use to meat thermometers that alert your smartphone when dinner is done, kitchen technology is here to make your life easier. If you’re new to automation, a great introductory product is a hands-free faucet, like this one by Moen. Perfect for homes with small children who can’t yet reach the handle or any kitchen where busy cooks often have sticky hands. Image courtesy of Moen
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2 “While white kitchens will never go out of style, we’re seeing a move towards warmer materials and a less utilitarian or expected approach. Consider the new kitchen an extension of the living and dining spaces, especially those in an open concept arrangement. The thought process is a “not so kitchen, kitchen”. Working with a cohesive colour palette and materials to achieve a sense of unity with adjacent spaces provides a connection with interior elements such as furniture, lighting and decorative details, leaving the kitchen with all the importance of function yet all the style to go along with the rest of your home.” – Interior Designer, Nyla Free.
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‘The recent survey saw the range cooker come out on top as the one appliance respondents don’t already have but would want in their dream kitchen, while cookers and ovens and fridge freezers were selected as the kitchen appliance respondents would be willing to invest the most money in. While the financial benefits of improving the kitchen are appealing, ultimately, the benefits of an attractive, high-quality kitchen stretch far beyond financial ones. It is a space with strong emotional bonds as many of us associate the room with enjoying food, cooking delicious meals, and spending quality time with friends and family. This is where appliances, like range cookers, can add a whole new dynamic to the family home, encouraging cooking as a family and making meal times that bit more enjoyable.’ – Michael Haigh, head of marketing at Britannia Living
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Staff at Glidden chose “Byzantine Blue” as their 2017 color of the year. I grabbed a Byzantine Blue paint chip for reference. After studying the paint chip and mulling it over, I’m confident in saying I prefer a lighter wall color than this. I do think Byzantine Blue would be a lovely color for kitchen DIY projects like painting kitchen islands, open shelving, kitchen barstools or china cupboards to give the kitchen some color.
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If you’re decorating the kitchen in a studio apartment or any small kitchen space, a counter-depth refrigerator is a real space-saver. A counter-depth fridge sits flush with adjacent countertops and kitchen cabinetry. This gives the entire configuration a streamlined look, plus it frees up surprising amounts of walkway space in the kitchen.
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