2018 has finally arrived, and here are the 5 kitchen trends that will take over the year!
With a new year, comes renovation, redecoration, and makeover. Today we will show you the 5 kitchen trends 2018 that will be IN because the new year also means new kitchen design. So let’s get ready and find out how to start your year off right with these amazing interior design tips!
Mix of Finishes and Colors
In the photo: Basie pendant lamp by DelightFULL
This year is all about mixing and matching colors and finishes. According to Sue Wadden, the director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams:
“Using multiple colors in kitchens has become a popular trend this year. For example, painting base walls or cabinets in a dark charcoal tone and upper cabinets and walls in creamy off-white tones is something we’re seeing more and more of.”
Blue and Green Cabinetry
You might already know that blues and greens are a major interior design trend for 2018. So, there is no surprise that you will see a lot of this ocean-inspired shades in kitchens during the year, especially on your cabinetry, so they can be used as the dominant color.
“Marble countertops with high contrast bold veining are making quite a statement. It’s perfect for book-matching to create intense drama, or doing as a waterfall down the sides of the island. Either way, this new trend is one to watch as I think it’ll be going strong for years to come.” says interior designer Donna Mondi.
In the photo: Amy chandelier by DelightFULL
According to Renee Hytry Derrington, global design lead at Formica Group dark countertops will be IN this year:
“Homeowners were intrigued with slate tiles that came in black, dark green and multi-colored rust tones. We wanted to design a slate option for countertops that had the same natural cleft detail— but combined with the growing interest in dramatic black stones.”
Of course, Ultra Violet is one of the trendiest kitchen paint colors 2018. Pantone has announced Ultra Violet as the color of the year, so this color had to be one of the 5 trends in your kitchen design. It will certainly add a feeling of luxury and elegance!
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