Today’s kitchens are delivering more multi-tasking than ever, as islands and niches now act as places to do homework, bill-paying and game playing in addition to eating breakfast and entertaining. Function remains vital to the way a kitchen is designed, and as lifestyles change, so do the elements of the overall space.
In addition to multifunctionality, trends impacting kitchen design include advancing technology and wellness. Aesthetically, color is upping its presence in appliances, tile and countertops, so cabinets need to provide the right complement – whether that means a striking, bold selection or calm, neutral backdrop.
Key trends impacting the kitchen cabinet segment include:
–The selection of flexible and specialized storage features continues to expand as homeowners try to make use of every inch of space in the kitchen.
–Wood tones are making a comeback, with finishes ranging from pale, natural wood looks to rich, dark grayed browns.
–Texture continues to trend, with weathered woods and soft-touch options among the most popular.
–The interest in color is skyrocketing, with painted and powder-coated finishes now available in an almost endless selection.
–Among the most popular colors trending for cabinets are blues and greens with a hint of gray, as well as black and, of course, white.
–Creative storage for cabinets includes pullouts, peg systems, pull-downs and blind-corner options, while drawers feature dividers and elegant organization for utensils and other items.
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