With the coming seasons interior design trends come and go. Here’s a look at some new kitchen trends coming in on the horizon.
Gray is the New White
While white will always remain a classic, gray cabinets will be dominating the kitchen in 2017. Be on the lookout for soft dove gray cabinets mixed with warm woods.
Stainless Steel Countertops
Give your kitchen a sleek, professional look this look with stainless steel countertops. They’re easy to maintain, are extremely hygienic, and will last a lifetime.
While the clean lines of subway tiles are on their way out, fun and funky patterned tiles are taking their place.
Go Commercial Grade
Incorporating commercial grade appliances, fixtures, and layouts into the residential kitchen is creating quite the boom for the up and coming seasons. With functionality at the heart of it, maximizing prep space and increasing productivity with staple items like a prep-faucet with an incorporated pot-filler.
Multiple Countertop Materials
Mixing your countertop materials is a big trend coming in on the horizon, especially wood. Get ready to see wood countertops contrasting against cool marble and other stone counters.
Tried and True Black and White
Have no fear, that classic black and white color palette is here to stay through the fall of 2016 and well into 2017. How it will change though? Think bolder, with higher contrast, and rustic touches, blending modern style with a splash of country aesthetic.
Black Steel Fixtures
Rose gold and copper are moving out in favor of a more industrial aesthetic. Expect black steel and other burnished metals to take the place of the polished metallics.
On the faucet front in 2017, keep things clean and minimal by opting for one with a linear silhouette. The architectural aesthetic will instantly update your look and is compatible with a wide range of styles.
At the sink, apron-front styles are timeless and are becoming more than just the traditional farm house style. You can always expect great things from a modern apron-front sink, not only do they act as the perfect focal point, but their practicality makes them an easy choice.
Big, Bad, Kitchen Islands
Everything happens around the kitchen island, and 2017 wants to keep it that way. Oversized kitchen islands provide enough space to converse around while you cook, and they work well in an open floor plan.
As a Merchandise Manager for YLiving by day, Sharon is driven to bring quality high-design products to her customers. By night, she’s an adventurous diner and avid home cook, who runs an underground supper club in San Francisco. Her long list of vices include French porcelain, cured meats, beautiful chairs, kitchen knives and planning weddings.