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What's the Scoop on Today's Kitchen Trends

 

Whether you're designing your kitchen from the ground up or renovating the kitchen you've cooked in for years, it's always fun to tackle the art of interior design. When it comes to kitchens, there are so many different ways to style the space.

From countertops and cabinets to the backsplash and everything else, you can personalize just about anything in your kitchen. Here are a few kitchen trends to keep in mind as you create the kitchen of your dreams. 

Implement warm tones in your kitchen

It's "out with the white" and "in with the warm" this year as all-white kitchens start losing their appeal. While many people are still gravitating toward kitchens that have white countertops, cabinets, walls and backsplashes, this is a trend that is slowly going out of style. 

In place of all-white kitchens, it's becoming trendy to opt for warm tones instead. Think red, orange and yellow hues that aren't too vibrant, but they also aren't considered pastels either. By playing around with warm tones, such as peach backsplash tiles or gold fixtures, you'll end up making your kitchen feel very welcoming and calming as you lean into this kitchen trend of 2022. 

Incorporate concrete into the architecture 

When it comes to designing trendy kitchens these days, concrete is sweeping people off their feet. The subtle yet stylish appeal of concrete has it making a comeback as one of this year's kitchen trends. A common way of incorporating concrete into kitchen spaces is by switching out the typical porcelain or stainless steel sink with a concrete one instead. 

Another idea is to exchange marble or quartz countertops for a slab of concrete. There's something so modern about concrete, and it's a kitchen trend that people can't seem to get enough of this year. 

Personalize your kitchen with art and decor

In recent times, maintaining spotless countertops that don't have any clutter or decor has been more common than not. However, times are changing, and as the years pass, new trends continue to replace the old ones. In 2022, another kitchen trend that we can all anticipate seeing more of is the personal touch of art and decor in many people's kitchens. 

Rather than holding onto the more sterile and just-cleaned look that has been popular for quite some time, people seem to be steering away from the cookie-cutter aesthetic and warming up to the idea of personalized kitchens. To jump on this trend, you can start by taking pictures of your favorite people or animals and putting them in unique frames that you can place on your kitchen counters. 

Collect magnets and scatter them across the exterior of your fridge. Pick up a vase that catches your eye and keep it filled to the brim with flower arrangements that brighten your day. Commission a local artist to create art that speaks to you and your personal style.

The options are endless, and the best part is that there's no wrong way to personalize your kitchen! Listen to your heart and make your kitchen look the way you've always wanted. 

 
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