Whats Hot & Whats Not

Between cooking weeknight dinners, Sunday meal prep, and hosting friends and family, we tend to spend a lot of time in our kitchens. It's also one of the first rooms guests see, basically, the kitchen compared to other rooms in the house, is the life of the party! For all of these reasons, keeping our kitchens trendy, snazzy, and functional is perhaps more important than any other room in the house. But kitchen design trends move fast. To keep up, check out of the top 5 hottest trends in 2019 as well as what’s outdated. 

1.Hotty: Bold & Tall 

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Kitchen backsplashes will make an even bigger statement in 2019, as designers are extending the tile all the way up to the ceiling. Rather than a pop of tile above the counter, stylish kitchen are featuring an entire wall of tile. This look adds texture and visual interest to any kitchen, as demonstrated in the flawless kitchen above.


2.Hotty: Less is More

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We will continue to see integrated appliances. We have hoods that are slim and turn on automatically that are stronger than some of the industrial ones we have seen in the past and without a doubt look almost a thousand times more appealing. You no longer need to see appliances sticking out everywhere anymore, the new face of luxury is almost invisible.


3. Hotty: Darksome is the new Handsome

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Matte black will continue to be a ruling finish for kitchens; however, other dark colors are making a big comeback in 2019. Clients are starting to lean away from the trending grey of the past years and into the navy palette, especially paired with gold hardware and fixtures In addition to navy, black and forest green will also be trendy kitchen paint colors in 2019. Check out the beautiful kitchen above.

4. Notty: All White Everything

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As designers move toward moodier hues and pops of colour in the kitchen, the all-white-everything trend will become less popular in 2019."Kitchens are leaning toward a warmer feel, and people aren't afraid of color right now so white is tending to lose its moment. But I think white still works if you add warm elements to it, like wood hardware.


5. Notty: Keeping it Open

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Open Shelving Open shelving in the kitchen is out! It has finally been around long enough to convince everyone of its aesthetic appeals and its life-practicality fail. While open shelving will continue to look picture-perfect in 2019, this impractical design will become less popular in the year to come, 2019 will be the year of "Being Real," design trends that look good but don't function well won't make the cut this year.

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Sunday, 18 August 2019