Kitchen trends of 2022 promise to be even sleeker, greener, and more convenient. Below, we look at the biggest trends and new kitchen ideas to inspire your next kitchen remodel.
- Kitchen cabinet style: Modern kitchens which are decorated according to the rules of minimalism, rejection of unnecessary details in favor of functionality is the trend of the year. Think over a storage system, arrange things behind laconic facades. Handleless kitchen cabinets are one of the biggest trends for 2022 for more pared-back, streamlined look and a focus on cabinetry details. The “touch to open” system with convenient operation or the edge profile handles are an excellent choice to give a pristine and sleek look ideal for contemporary and modern kitchens.
- The colors: For 2022’s kitchen paint trends, nature-inspired hues and sophisticated shades take center stage. Sherwin-Williams - an American company in the paint and coating manufacturing industry, established since 1866, has announced Evergreen Fog - a versatile and calming hue of gorgeous green-meets-gray, with just a bit of blue, as its 2022 color of the year. Expect to see more gray-brown and greens pairs next year. Beside that, a matte grey with futuristic and stylish look will be a great choice in Touch-to-open cabinets or edge profile handle cabinets. Two-tone kitchens known and loved for their versatility will open many avenues of exploration, complementary shades suit the look most.
- Natural materials: The demand for ecological natural materials is still high. The use of natural materials as marble, granite and unpainted wood kitchen cabinets become a firm fixture with a rich aesthetic quality. All wood cabinets are fancy and have a natural strength of hardwood. The unique texture of marble, has a unique aesthetics, creates visual interest for those who prefer minimalism and neutral colors, so this material can also be used as a countertop, backsplash, or even as the base of a kitchen island.
- Innovations for cabinets: Kitchen functionality will always come first. Three-level kitchens imply another additional level in the form of mezzanines above the upper hanging cabinets. As a rule, the depth of these cabinets is almost the same as that of the lower ones. An additional layer is able to relieve the lower cabinets of rarely used kitchen accessories. With the move towards larger kitchens, in open plan spaces, the kitchen island has become an essential kitchen feature and the last work in luxury.
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