As we begin to head into the new year, new trends are emerging in the world of kitchen design. If you want to give your house a modern, on-trend feel, it’s important to stay on top of these style cycles and change with the times. Let’s take a look at the top trends in kitchen design for 2024.
Emphasis on Stone. The upcoming year will see an upswing in natural stone, featured in more than just your countertops. Specifically, stone splash-backs in the kitchen are becoming a unique accent touch. You could opt for an elegant marble or granite to accentuate the natural elements of the design, or create a more vibrant and personalized statement piece with jasper or jade. Either way, a stone splash-back will create a stunning focal point for your kitchen and will guarantee you compliments on your design style.
A MinimalistApproach. Minimalism has been on-trend for many years, and 2024 is no exception. Free yourself of unnecessary clutter and knick knacks in the kitchen to achieve a calm modern atmosphere. Opt for appliances which are sleek in appearance, like handleless cabinets and hidden storage systems. In terms of color, white, gray, brown, and black are your best options.
Scandinavian Design. Scandinavian style, which highlights a melding of white and light wooden elements, is rising in popularity as a tranquil and luxurious design form. To achieve this look, strive for an abundance of natural light and plants. Design-wise, try painting your kitchen white or upgrading your kitchen cabinets to a richer, more elegant wood, like the Autumn or Saddle finishes of our Conestoga Collection.
Organic Elements. A focus on organic elements means an emphasis on both natural materials and eco-friendly, sustainable design choices. We are seeing an increase in the use of natural color palettes and plants in kitchen design, as well as environmentally friendly products, like engineered stone and wood made from recycled materials. Incorporate energy-efficient kitchen appliances like smart refrigerators and induction ranges into your home to save money and help save the planet.
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