2019 Kitchen Trends
If you’re thinking of redecorating or renovating your home in 2019, the heart of your home may be the best place to start!
The Kitchen is where we spend most of our time within our homes, so why not bring it up-to-date or add something trendy to the space to kick it up a notch!
Here are some of the top trends for 2019:
Full-Tile Backsplash Feature Walls
Although eye-catching backsplashes are not all that new, we're seeing more of tile reaching from countertop to ceiling, as well as behind floating shelves to create a striking feature wall.
Deep drawers and large base cabinets designed for maximizing storage means that fewer kitchen cabinets are needed overall. With that being said, homeowners are now shifting their design style and removing upper cabinets on at least one if not all kitchen walls with cabinetry. Often, in order to create an expansive window wall that can deliver views and lots of natural light.
All Wood Everything
Natural Wood adds plenty of warmth and character in a home, and it pairs well with whites and grays, two of the most popular colors for kitchen cabinets and walls.
In 2019 we're seeing an increase in interest for medium-tone woods rather than extremely dark or very light tones. Wood adds a certain charm that aligns with the on-going trend of farmhouse style.
Cabinets in Cream
While white is still the top choice for cabinet color, we're seeing more of a variance in the hue of white paint being used in Kitchen cabinetry. Many homeowners are moving away from the stark whites and embracing off-whites that feel warmer.
Emerald and Deep Teal Islands
Darker, moodier colors are catching on in 2019. Many times you're going to see this as a featured, eye-catching color used on the Kitchen Island, this allows homeowners to add a fun pop of color with overdoing it.
Abstract Shaped Islands
If you're thinking of a large scale re-model in the Kitchen, a good place to start is with the Kitchen Island. Whether you're adding one or changing one, modifying the shape into something more free-form can open up circulation paths and create more work and storage space!