8 Old-School Kitchen Trends Making A Comeback In 2024
Natural Wood Tone
While painted cabinets are still classic, Chandler Helms, founder of her namesake interior design firm in Austin, Texas, is seeing more requests for wood-stained ones.
Bold Stone Countertop
Katy Kindred, co-founder of Kindred Studio in Charlotte, North Carolina, says “white-on-white with Carrera marble is starting to fade, making way for countertops with new colors and textures.
Botelho predicts that casual breakfast nooks will outperform formal dining rooms and open-concept spaces in 2024. Imagine cozy spaces, natural light, and built-in benches.
The founder of Austin, Texas-based Cathlyn Davis Interior Design is seeing her clients favor old-fashioned elements in their new kitchens.
Straight lines are attractive, yet some individuals are tired with them. “We’re seeing a comeback of arches and curves in kitchens.
The Boldness of Soft and Remarkable Color
Get rid of grey and go marble! Choose unusual colors like mustard yellow, sage green, or iceberg blue. Colors like green and blue are popular.
The Warmth of Earthy and Organic Color
Being warm makes you happy! No longer do kitchens have to be all white. For a few years now, ochre, brown, beige, greige, and terracotta have been popular colors.
The Return of Dark Floor
Listen up! Most kitchens now have dark floors again. These floors are beautiful and make a statement.Choose black and dark gray for clay.
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