All-white kitchens have been the popular go-to the past few years: from countertops to cabinets and backsplashes. Now it’s time to make a bold style
Like the fashion scene, kitchen design trends change from year to year. So, what are the latest styles being embraced by designers in 2015?
In the late 2000s, a new type of tile developed out of Europe that was both very large and very thin. Today, large format tiles have tremendous versatility and appeal.
As evidenced at this year’s KBIS (Kitchen and Bathroom Industry Show), one trend gaining significant ground in the kitchen and bath industry is the use of exotic veneers.
Many kitchens today are designed around the refrigerator. Trends are now pointing to modern fridges that balance style, technology and capacity.
Designing an accessible and efficient kitchen layout for the whole family to enjoy
The next generation of kitchen appliances is redefining the the home chef experience through high design and cutting-edge technology.
This year's overarching theme will focus on clean vertical and horizontal lines, using shades of grey and touches of vibrant colour.
The most significant trend is the kitchen that creates a seamless transition between indoors and out. Today’s kitchen contains all the desired accoutrements that can adapt to serve both spaces in a cohesive way.
The outdoor kitchen has become the new indoor kitchen, encompassing all the conveniences of an indoor kitchen so delicious culinary creations can be executed from start to finish outside.
Steam oven cooking is a strong emerging trend in kitchens and steam-convection combinations offer the best of both worlds.
The new kitchen revolves around changing where traditional work centres are placed within an expanded roomscape still labelled the kitchen.