7 Kitchen Trends That Will Never Go Out Of Style

When thinking about a kitchen remodel it is important that you choose styles that stand the test of time. Some trends are here to stay and others can look dated in a short period of time. But luckily we have put together a list of 7 kitchen trends that will never go out of style.

Open Concept with Island

The open concept continues to grow in popularity. Families today are much more united than ever before. The reason this trend is never going out of style is because the island increases counter space and storage and the island also doubles as a breakfast bar. Kitchen islands become the center of the kitchen and families can gather there.

Neutral Accents

Neutral accents are a great addition to any kitchen, they can be customized to fit any style and remain timeless. Neutral accents can be color schemes, glass cabinet doors, or open shelving. Neutral colors can be white, gray, or beige. Staying away from trending colors will keep the kitchen timeless. Glass cabinet doors are a personal favorite because they create a bigger feel to the kitchen. They are also easy to add style too by showcasing your dishware. Open shelving can be more minimalist; try a section of open shelves instead of all cabinets for a more integrated look.

 White-On-White Kitchens

White is timeless, so even as kitchen trends change your white cabinets and appliances will never look dated. White is very bright, so no matter the size of your home it will always add light and perceives to make a kitchen seem larger.

 Accessibility

Comfort and ease at a whole new level. Have you seen ovens with side opening doors at counter height? That’s right, no more bending down and trying not to burn your legs! Accessibility is catching on and here to stay. Another accessibility trend is cabinets with deep drawers. This helps to keep things organized and prevents you from squatting down and hunting for the elusive matching lid.

 Matte Countertops

That’s right… Granite is out! Cherry cabinets and dark granite are now considered dated. Matte quartz, honed granite, and marble are sleek and natural. Matte quartz can look like concrete and keep the look of the kitchen modern. White and gray marble can give off a softer vibe. Honed granite is black and should be paired with a lighter cabinet choice.

 Integrated Appliances and Concealed Storage

Integrating appliances, so they are a part of the kitchen design is a trend that will never go out of style. To achieve this look have “panel ready” appliances installed. Then the panels can be custom made or come from the manufacturer. Usually, this applies to the refrigerator and dishwasher. This trend not only makes the kitchen look a lot sleeker… it allows you to focus more on the floors, counters, and craftmanship of the cabinets.

Concealed storage can be as simple as keeping your trash can in a lower cabinet. It can also be much more intricate, like cabinets that open with touch. Concealed storage is increasing in popularity because of the minimalist movement.

 Using Natural Elements

Natural materials can be wooden elements, brass, rattan, etc. Don’t be afraid to mix and match materials for a textured look. Some popular combinations are brass sinks or hardware, butcher blocks incorporated in the counter and rattan bar stools. This is becoming more common as we move through the green movement. Natural materials that give an earthy look to a kitchen will never go out of style.

When going for a timeless kitchen remember it is best to experiment with trends through décor. This way you can experiment with the trends and change them easily if you don’t like them.

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