Kitchen Wallpaper

While wallpaper has become less scary to the general population over the last five years or so, folks are still reluctant to hang it in the kitchen.

New Rustic

We know the rustic look has been around for a long time now, but if you pair it with a pop of fresh paint like designer Hadley Wiggins did here, you can really and modernize redefine that rustic look.

Layer-on-the-Charm Shelving

We're leaving the minimalist mindset behind.

Hang-It-All Rods

No upper cabinets? No problem. Hang your most-used items on an under-mounted rod.

Terra Cotta Tiles

When you think of terra cotta you probably have warm and earthy thoughts of potted plants and garden shops.

Kitchens with Curves

You've probably seen it trending in furniture design and we love how it is translated into this beautiful designed by Tiffany Leigh Design.

Engineered Countertops

Carrara marble like that shown here will always be in style, but if you're a red wine drinker, quartz could be a much better fit for you and your kitchen. While it looks like a natural stone, engineered quartz is more affordable and less prone to stains.

Integrated Range Hood

While we love a statement in an all-white kitchen, we love how designer Stefani Stein created a seamless look in this kitchen even more.

Colorful Kitchen Islands

Try painting your kitchen island a striking color

Modern Black

If you’re going for a trendy look, start with black cabinets and really commit to the modern approach by nixing those upper cabinets in favor of sleek natural wood open shelving.

Handmade Kitchen Tiles

Bring texture and nuance to your kitchen walls with handmade tiles. The possibilities are vast—try terra-cotta or cement in colors that range the rainbow—although we lean toward more neutral hues.

Butcher Block Countertops

Butcher block is virtually maintenance-free—it just needs an occasional coating of mineral oil—and the natural material is the perfect neutral to break up the sterility of an all-white palette.

Kitchen Larders

Originally a room in the home used for storing and preserving foods (think: the refrigerator before the refrigerator was invented), the kitchen larder has transformed into a stand-alone cupboard or pantry.

The 5th Wall (The Kitchen Ceiling)

Don't forget about your kitchen ceiling! Add a fun hit of color, wallpaper, or wood paneling to add dramatic flair to your space.

Bright Colored Cabinets

Because we all need a little more sunshine in our lives after 2020. Pair them with a fun backsplash, and you will smile every time you walk into your happy kitchen!

Reclaimed Wood Kitchen Cabinetry

If you're installing custom cabinets, opt for a rough-hewn, reclaimed wood.

Kitchen Plate Racks

Vintage plate racks are coming back in a big way in 2021. Whether displayed on countertops or mounted on walls, they add a ton of soul to a space and give you an actual place to store and display your dishware instead of hiding it away in a hutch or cupboard.

Mix-and-Match Kitchen Metals

It's not about being matchy-matchy—and that goes double for your heavy metals.

Hidden Kitchen Appliances

Not a fan of stainless steel facades? Try adding fronts to your appliances that mimic your cabinetry.

Open Shelving

Open shelves allow you to showcase your beautiful kitchenwares among other heirlooms and antiques.

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