Kitchens are known to be the heart of the home. While the all-white kitchen design will never fade away, there are many ways to upgrade the style of your kitchen. There are also plenty of ways to include clever twists to old appliances. Maybe you want to make this space in your home more “sustainable” and “eco-friendly.” There are plenty of cabinets with the Environmental Stewardship Program seal from dealers like Lowes and Home Depot.
Bright green cabinets bring balance to terra-cotta tile floors, warm wooden accents and an earthy-hued backsplash.
Hidden AppliancesCustom white oak cabinetry in a herringbone pattern creates an unexpected and of-the-moment design.
Light-toned panels to match the cabinets cover the refrigerator too, allowing it to blend in with the rest of the kitchen without completely disappearing.
Not-Your-Standard Range HoodA hammered metal range hood brings in an industrial vibe. Turn your typical range hood on its head with a bold, flared profile.
Rethink Upper CabinetsThis twist on classic glass upper cabinets is both modern and glam. Mirrors play a big role — they’re used for the backsplash and cabinet frames.
Instead of traditional upper cabinets, bronze brackets are paired with live edge wooden shelves to bring a rustic yet airy aesthetic.
Suspended from the ceiling, iron-and-glass shelving displays crystal glassware and serving dishes in the butler’s pantry, making it all easy to find.
Two-TonedThe contrast of the dark and light brings stylish drama to a trend-setting space. Cool and warm hues blend together perfectly, giving the space an industrial, but ethereal feel.
Simple gold details delicately accent any space.
HerringboneA herringbone tile backsplash adds a much-welcomed trendy touch to any kitchen.
Herringbone hardwood floors bring an element of warmth to a kitchen’s bright look.
Herringbone tile backsplash is the star of any kitchen.
Statement StoolsA neutral-hued space can be brought to life with colored or velvet stool.
This bold backsplash ties in two of the above trends: Colorful Cabinets and a Not-Your-Standard Range Hood. Don’t be afraid of combining a few of the trends on the list. As you can see it can all work together.