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Kitchen Remodeling Trends for 2023

 

 

 

 

Remodeling your kitchen has never been more fun. There are so many new trends and design advancements for homeowners to consider, you won’t be at a loss for choices! Kitchen remodeling trends this year include fun with countertops, backsplashes, natural stone, color variations, and more. Read on to see what trends may be suitable for your home project in 2023.

Open Kitchens

Do you and your family love to entertain friends or just have frequent bonding moments? If you enjoy cooking, you don’t want to be hidden away behind a kitchen door while everyone else is laughing and enjoying a game or movie in the living room. One of the great things about open kitchens is that regardless of what room you’re in, everyone can still communicate, see each other, and be in on the fun! According to Houzz, 40% of renovating homeowners are making their kitchens more open to interior spaces, and 20% are making kitchens more open to the outdoors. You can create a kitchen open to the outdoors with various door or space design options. Families who live in relatively hot or dry climates will benefit greatly from a kitchen that easily opens to the outdoors. This feature will be feasible to build and comfortable to enjoy year-round.

Quartz Countertops

Stone countertops will never go out of style. Stones such as quartz are beautiful and durable and can make any kitchen countertop look luxurious. According to Statista, the countertop material used most frequently for kitchen renovations in 2021 and 2022 was quartz, which made up 42% of countertop remodels. It comes in many colors and designs, so you can have fun picking a slab that goes with any kitchen decor. Like granite, each piece is unique and different from other quartz countertops.

Marble Backsplashes

Intricate designs made from marble are now seen in backsplashes. For a long time, a backsplash was an afterthought in a kitchen. Well, those days are over as more designers incorporate various designs and colors to make the backsplash as much of an eye-catcher as any other part of the kitchen. The purpose of a backsplash is primarily functional as it protects the wall behind the sink against water damage from constant splashing. You can make it as functional as ever by using solid materials such as marble. Don’t forget how durable stone is, which is part of the reason it’s becoming more popular for backsplashes.

Double Islands

An island was already a great way to utilize extra countertop space in a kitchen without the restriction of being attached to a wall. Well, as they say, two is better than one, and a current kitchen trend is utilizing double islands! If you have a large family or tend to do a lot of entertaining, having a double island in your kitchen is not only an eye-catching aesthetic but it’s also highly functional. Your double islands can consist of any material and easily incorporate additional seating. Need some help cooking? With the use of double islands, you now have extra counter space for everyone to lend a hand with chopping, dicing, and slicing.

Additional Kitchen Spaces

Speaking of additional preparation space, many homeowners are now opting for secondary kitchens. Secondary kitchens go by several names, including “sculleries.” The term secondary kitchen or “scullery” is sometimes used interchangeably with a “butler’s pantry.” A scullery is essentially a second kitchen with many of the same components as a standard kitchen and it’s used to prepare food without making the primary kitchen messy. This option is ideal for homeowners who like to entertain groups of guests or throw dinner parties. Alternatively, a butler’s pantry is a much smaller space attached to the main kitchen, primarily used to store dry foods, extra dishes, and similar items.

Waterfall Islands

Do you love stone so much that one horizontal slab on your counter isn’t enough to showcase its beauty? According to Good Housekeeping, dramatic stones are now used widely throughout the kitchen space, and marble waterfall islands that highlight the beauty of the material are becoming an increasingly popular design choice. Now you can take that beautiful slab of granite, marble, or quartz and let it run all the way down to the ground on one or both sides. These stones are so beautiful, you won’t hurt your kitchen aesthetic by adding some extra slabs wherever you can.

Dark Colors

Who says a kitchen has to be white? Traditionally, white has been a symbol of cleanliness and sanitation. It’s also a safe color to use that easily matches colorful accents. However, more homeowners are steering away from so-called safe designs and colors. That’s why darker colors are making their presence known in more kitchens in 2023. You may see such dark colors in dark stone slabs and countertops. Some people are even painting their kitchens dark colors. Whether you want dark trimming, accents, or new countertops, there are many ways to make it work. Be sure to consult granite or quartz experts to see what dark options you’d have available for this type of kitchen design.

High Contrast Designs

As intricate as designs are becoming, some homeowners want simplicity and sleekness in their current designs, especially with countertops and other surfaces. Consequently, many of them are turning to high-contrast designs, according to Good Housekeeping. One of the most effective ways to pull off a high-contrast kitchen design, like a black-and-white color scheme, is to provide the space with some visual warmth, according to Houzz. One great way to do so is with natural stone countertops.

Sustainable Materials

Another popular kitchen remodeling trend emerging in 2023 is using sustainable materials. According to The Spruce, this trend has been popular for the past few years and it shows no signs of slowing down. Homeowners have been interested in various organic and eco-friendly materials, including numerous natural stones, but quartz has been a steady go-to for many countertops. Reach out to professional countertop services to inquire about your options and find the one that fits your preferences.

Floating Shelves

Good storage is a must in any modern kitchen. You need a good place to put your pots, pans, cutlery, dishes, and more. That’s why the kitchen cabinet industry is so lucrative. However, if you’re tired of modern-day cabinets, you have alternatives, like floating shelves. Floating shelves are a type of open storage option that frees up space and allows you to showcase your items. This option also makes it easier to use materials like marble and glass for your storage.

Curved Islands

If you’re looking to add some unique designs to your kitchen countertops or an appealing visual flair, then try a curved island. Incorporating curved designs has been a growing trend in kitchen remodeling, according to Scout & Nimble. It’s also a perfect way to customize your kitchen islands. This design option adds a sense of movement and fluidity to the space, while also helping to soften the overall visual aesthetic.

2023 is a great time to remodel your kitchen. There are so many design options available, and designers are constantly coming up with new ideas to make homes new and refreshing. When you’re ready to take your kitchen to the next level, contact New York Quartz today.

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