This modern kitchen features several trends that you can replicate in your own kitchen refresh or remodel.
This chandelier is the kitchen’s piece de resistance. It’s Mid-century inspired with a brass finish which warms up the black cabinetry and white subway tile.
2. Shelving Mix
The mix of open marble shelving with brass brackets and the onyx cabinetry with glass fronts keeps things feeling light and airy on top.
3. Grain Cabinetry
These budget-friendly cabinets are laminate, but textured to look and feel like real wood. This contemporary look pairs nicely with the contrasting cabinets and flooring.
4. Waterfall Island
Beautiful slabs of wood, marble or quartz are used as an overlay on a traditional cabinet island to create a stunning effect.
5. Black and White Color Scheme
This color scheme is always a classic and timeless choice. Keep this look from appearing cold with wood tones in the cabinets and floors.
This kitchen is a beautiful blend of vintage and traditional styles to create a warm and transitional space. Spot a few of the trends now.
6. Rustic Wood Flooring
This pine wood-look porcelain floor and wall tile offers a realistic look without the concerns of having a real wooden floor in a kitchen. It’s stain and scratch resistant and perfect for other water-prone areas such as kitchens, baths and basements. Continue into the bedrooms or living rooms for a seamless look.
7. Mixing Metals
Brass is still a popular finish, but if you’re hesitant to do a total switch-out, there’s a compromise. Mix your metals. In this kitchen, brass cabinet hardware and dining chairs pair nicely with a brushed nickel faucet and stainless steel appliances.
8. Dual-Colored Cabinetry
Another popular trend that doesn’t seem to be waning is dual-colored cabinetry. Pair a lighter color on top with a darker, richer color on the base cabinets. These cabinets come in a number of finishes. In this photo, the top cabinets are come in Cloud, while the lower cabinets are done in Maritime. Pull it altogether with matching cabinet hardware.