No upper cabinets are a kitchen design trend that creates a more spacious and open look. It also allows for more natural light and ventilation in the cooking area. However, it may reduce the storage space and require more exposed shelves or walls cleaning.
A high-contrast kitchen can make a small space look bigger, or add drama and elegance to an ample space. However, you should also balance the contrast with some harmony and cohesion, such as using similar shapes, textures, or patterns throughout the kitchen.
Traditional kitchens are evolving and expanding. There will be larger – and even double – kitchen islands integrated to accommodate for larger entertaining and gathering space in the kitchen.
We love wood-paneled ceilings, especially when we can combine it with bright colors or deeper wood tones. On tall and vaulted ceilings, it creates drama and warmth as well as a natural connection to the outdoors.
A butcher-block island is not only stylish but incredibly functional and durable. We love using walnut as the primary material for a butcher-block island, as it really warms the space. For added functionality, use a butcher-block island that has a mini fridge for extra storage space and plenty of cabinets where you can keep larger appliances hidden.
For me, one of the keys to great design is when a client and a designer have the trust to take a risk together and choose a kitchen cabinet color or patterned tile that is bold and unexpected.
marble slab backsplashes — which add drama and depth to the kitchen. Not only is it easier to clean than tile, but a marble backsplash and countertop also sets the tone for the entire space and make a big statement.
We are integrating metalwork onto drawers, doors, and shelving. Also, dark colors and mixed materials are still really popular, which adds sophistication to the room.
Hand-painted floors have a fresh, bespoke farmhouse feeling for today's interiors. Warmer than tile, they also age naturally, allowing the use of color and pattern in any space.