All-White Kitchens

All white everything is on its way out. For the past decade, we’ve been seeing white walls, white tile, and Carrera marble. People are tired of these muted palettes, and designers are bringing in color— which we love.

Open Kitchens

Open floor plans and particularly open kitchens are controversial topics in the design world right now. While it’s a practical choice for some, many homeowners have grown tired of this design choice in a post-pandemic world.

Matte Black Hardware

While matte black hardware was everywhere in 2022, expect to see less of it in 2023.

Upper Cabinetry

The days of standard closed upper cabinets are starting to dwindle and will be replaced by open shelving.

Faux Finishes

Faux anything [such as quartz that looks like marble] is definitely a kitchen trend going away for the luxury consumer in 2023. For the discerning client, natural stone for floors, countertops, and backsplash is the only way to go. It is a classic look for the kitchen that transcends trends.

Herringbone Backsplashes

Herringbone backsplashes fell back into favor around the time herringbone flooring did a few years ago.

Carrera Marble

This is another hot topic because Carrera marble, while beautiful and beloved by almost everybody, has become almost annoyingly omnipresent. So, in 2023, we’re likely to see a lot less of it.

Appliances Over The Range

Installing a microwave over the range has been the standard for years, but now that standard is changing.

Contemporary Aesthetics

HGTV star and interior designer Francesca Grace of Francesca Grace Home shares organic kitchen aesthetics are beginning to look dated. “As a maximalist, I tend to stay away from neutral palettes and I think we're going to be seeing a lot more color in the kitchen in 2023. Think lots of rich colored hues, like dark greens, blacks, and blues, even merlot colored cabinets, with countertops with more character, like beautifully veined marble.”

Farmhouse-Style Kitchens

Live, laugh, and love that farmhouse-style kitchens will no longer be on-trend in 2023

We've all seen them over and over again and it's time this style gets a revamp, which can be easily done. This is a trend that has started to become basic. We want to see more character and personality in a kitchen

Tile Backsplashes

Patterned or mosaic wall tile can create a busy aesthetic and look dysfunctional. Opt for a solid slab stone to match the countertops for a calm, simple look. You can also have fun with cabinetry paint colors [instead].

Cold, Ultra Modern Designs

Kitchens are now cozier and warmer, designers are staying away from glossy finishes and sharp edges.

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