Top 2023 Kitchen Design Trends
When it comes to your kitchen, we are all about your kitchen. Your rules.
From countertops to cabinetry, kitchen fads will always come and go. But, there are some trends that are still considered classic even when they ebb and flow in popularity. So, don’t get overwhelmed by all the new trends out there. At the end of the day, it is about what you want for your home.
Here is our list of the Top 2023 Kitchen Design Trends that will always remain classic:
A white kitchen will never go out of style. From painted cabinetry to dark wood, white kitchens are a mainstay for classic kitchen design. In 2023, warm whites will take center stage. There are many different shades of white out there and it can be overwhelming when making a choice. A no-fail warm white color is always White Dove by Benjamin Moore.
Adding darker hues in the kitchen is becoming more popular again. Light and airy are always beautiful but it is also okay to add drama in the kitchen. Darker hues provide a warm and cozy vibe!
The 1920s were all about sophistication and glamour. From subway tile to black and white kitchens, it is a decade that will always remain a classic. Don’t be afraid to add repurposed antiques or reclaimed lighting to your decor.
This has long been a trend when it comes to kitchen design, but it will become even more popular this year. With mix-and-match countertops, it isn’t just about installing a lighter quartz countertop on the island and a darker one on the perimeter. You can even consider using different materials in your kitchen. For instance, how about dark soapstone on the perimeter with quartzite on the island?
Kitchen Island Dining Tables
“The concept of the kitchen island started in the 1800s when a traditional European home often had a basic worktable in front of the hearth or stove.” – Gain and Frame
Open-concept kitchens and large islands will always be popular. Now many homeowners are turning their kitchen islands into their official eating areas. kitchen islands with an integrated dining table offer lots of advantages. If you do not have an eating area, it provides you with space for one and it creates a central area in the kitchen for family and friends to gather together.
Full-height backsplashes are still a popular design trend. It creates a seamless and clean look in the kitchen. Both quartz and marble countertop material with dramatic veining work best for this application. Not only does it create a “wow” factor but it will remain a classic.