Whether you’re entertaining guests or having a meal with your family, your kitchen is in constant use so it’s important you’re happy with the way it looks. There comes a point where those dated appliances, cabinets, and floors require a facelift. With your kitchen often being the focal point and one of the more impressionable rooms in a home, adding some flair can go a long way. To assist you in this transition we’ve gathered our favorite kitchen décor trends that will give your kitchen that fresh looks it deserves.
Character lighting is hot right now due to the wide variety of ways it can be implemented and its ability to completely transform your kitchen by adding vibrancy and energy. What we love most about this trend is how it’s an expression of you. You can go artistic with pendant lighting and crafted glass, or keep it simple with island lighting. Really let your personality shine with this trend!
Hardwood flooring is a timeless trend due to its ability to seamlessly adapt to any kitchen plan and unify a connecting dining room or seating area. Because of this, you can continuously modify other components in your kitchen and trust your hardwood to harmonize the room.
Dark Shades and Appliances
Simple yet sophisticated, dark shades and appliances are appearing in kitchens everywhere. A countertop, stove, or oven is a great way to fully embrace this trend, but accent pieces like chairs or shelving are just as stylish and effective. Another thing we love about dark shades is that they don’t show wear and tear or water spots as easily as other finishes do.
Cluttered and unorganized upper cabinetry is fading as open shelving is gaining traction. For those who like to keep their kitchen clean and tidy yet modern and decorative, this trend is definitely for you. Perfect for your tableware and pots and pans, open shelving is easy access storage while adding a stylish element to your kitchen.
Disappearing Hood Vents
Concealing your hood vent into the framework of your cabinetry or wall is starting to gain more popularity as stainless steel and other range hoods are no longer a focal point of the kitchen. By designing a frame and adding matching tile, wood, or marble, your guests attention is now on the other beautiful elements of your kitchen rather than the large appliance itself.
What kitchen décor trend matches your style best?