Top Kitchen Design Trends in 2018
Are you ready to make some changes to your kitchen? Whether you're looking to do a complete renovation or simply just freshen up your current space, here are 7 of the TOP Trends of 2018 Kitchen designs...
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While pendant lighting still remains a popular statement over an island, concealed lighting is also making it's way into many kitchen designs. The thought behind concealed lighting is the benefits for illuminating the workspace while not taking away from statement pieces. You'll also see concealed lighting under the seating areas of a kitchen island to bring a touch of mood lighting to your space.
Many homeowners are looking to find alternatives to long time popular stainless steel and black trends. We're seeing much more copper, bronze, and rose golds in 2018 and this trend is sure to last. Modern cabinetry with beautiful handles keep it simple & modern all while allowing expression of style.
We've seen the concept of open shelving becoming more and more popular throughout the year and this is one trend we absolutely LOVE! Not only does this open up your space but it allows one to bring decor into the kitchen while not losing functional space.
Smart appliances are continuing to grow in popularity. Everything from Coffee/Espresso makers to waste systems and other appliances. If you're considering a kitchen remodel - don't forget the smart features to make life a little easier!
Concrete finishes bring an industrial feel to the home - paired with earthy features of wood and open metal shelving keeps a warm inviting feel in this modern design.
Kitchen Islands have been the heart of home for quite some time but we're seeing an increased trend in combining a working area with seating for dining. This combination creates the perfect entertaining space as well as functionality.
Brass has made a comeback since late 2017 and it isn't going anywhere. The contrasting color of the mixed metals has been seen as a statement piece typically found at the sink. We're seeing more of it in 2018 shown in appliances as well.