2023 Kitchen Design Trends
The kitchen is the heart of a home, and it’s where many of us spend most of our time. So it’s no surprise that it’s also one of the most important spaces to get right. But how do you know what it will look like in 2023? We researched the hot kitchen design trends for 2023 so you don’t have to! Here’s what we found:
6 Kitchen Design Trends for 2023
1. Less White, More Color
While white kitchens will still be popular, we will see more creamy off-whites and warm grays. Homeowners are embracing warmer tones and pops of colors as they look to update their existing kitchens or build new ones. Expect to see all-white cabinets switched out in favor of warm, natural wood tones in both dark and light hues. This trend is a perfect example of how simple changes can have a big impact on your kitchen design.
2. Slab Backsplashes
The slab backsplash is a popular choice for kitchens. These are one continuous piece of material, which can be matched to your countertops or used as a statement piece in its own right. Granite, quartz and marble are all great options for this look.
3. Organic Elements
You’re going to see natural elements in abundance. We’re seeing a surplus of natural materials such as stone countertops, organic and eco-friendly materials, wood cabinetry and storage, and metal accents.
Wood or glass bowls will replace plastic ones; stainless trash bins are replacing plastic bins; and wood storage containers are taking over your basic tupperware.
4. Butler Pantries
Butler pantries are a trend that’s been gaining popularity recently, and for good reason. They serve as an excellent way to add additional storage space in your kitchen without taking up valuable real estate. Butlers can act as additional storage space for food, a dedicated food prep space, or even a hidden coffee bar! If you’re looking to make the most out of the open concept design of your kitchen but want to keep it clutter-free at all times, this is the perfect solution.
5. Large Islands for Dining
In addition to an expansive countertop, homeowners will also be looking for a larger island. The typical kitchen island is large enough to accommodate a few bar stools and some extra counter space, but in the future, homeowners will opt for larger islands that can accommodate dining and entertaining. As such, we’re likely to see kitchen islands double in size from 80 inches across (the average size today) up to 168 inches. These larger islands will help make your kitchen more functional so that you can use it as both a place for cooking and entertaining guests.
6. Lots of Light
If you want to make the most of natural light, consider a kitchen that has lots of windows. Not only will this allow for as much sunlight as possible, but it will also help regulate temperatures in the room.
Additionally, reflective materials like mirrors and stainless steel are great if you want to bounce light around your kitchen space. This can be used in conjunction with large windows or on its own if there is not much natural light coming into the room.
We’re excited to see what the next few years will bring, but we know that these trends are here to stay. The kitchen is your new home. Let us help you make it feel that way with our curated selection of high-quality products and accessories.
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