Best Kitchen Designs

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Best Kitchen Designs

The rattan pendant in this kitchen ups the coastal vibes, but we’re most obsessed with these tiny blue window shades. Future beach house goals.

Copper or brass pieces with a worn oxidized finish are giving cooking spaces a cozy, lived-in look. For instance, in this kitchen by architect Tina Colebrook the patina on both the range hood and metal backsplash evoke warmth and comfort.

The overall linear look with handleless doors proved very popular in 2017’s kitchen, but according to LochAnna Kitchens, ‘handles are coming back’.

It’s not just taps either, although feature taps and statement sinks are becoming increasingly popular too.

‘Living walls are going to be a hit in the kitchen this year,’ reveals Papilio. ‘With botanicals being on trend for the past few years, consumers are on to the next thing – feature walls made from moss.’

Hanging silver pendants add glam to this clean and modern kitchen. A blue backsplash adds color to keep it from looking monochromatic.

Thinking beyond recessed lights by layering on fixtures that provide both soft and task lighting is not a new thing when it comes to kitchen design. But if you are tired of schoolhouse styled pendants or warehouse inspired fixtures, you may want to consider something a little more bohemian. For example, the design team at Vidal Design Collaborative installed Moroccan lanterns in this vibrant cooking space.

‘Multi-user kitchens for those abled-bodied and less abled is an increasing wish for many homeowners with huge advances in moveable worksurfaces, appliances and tables,’ reveals Kitchens International.

‘The latest material we’ve seen a surge in for kitchen worktops is Neolith. A well thought-out range of finishes to suit the modern worktop requirement and also very practical, unlike the recent marble trend,’ says Papilio. ‘NeoLith’s revolutionary manufacturing process uses 100 per cent natural materials, extreme heat, and intense pressure to produce the most durable surface material available in the market today. The range includes finishes in silk, satin, river washed and polished.’

With multigenerational living on the rise, the growing need to accommodate for different users, whether that’s ensuring enough space has been allocated to create a turning circle for a wheelchair, heights of work surfaces and workflow, has been noted as a key design requirement.

For the last several years plywood features have been popping in stylish, urban kitchens. Now the trend has evolved into a hunger for natural wood cabinetry in pale shades. This one of a kind cooking space by Studio DB combines blonde cabinets with polished gold accents.

Granted plants like succulents and herbs can make a kitchen very inviting. But this year folks are upping their plant game with leafy greenery. To make room for houseplants in this Scandinavian cooking space seen on Alvhem Makleri, the homeowner installed a light fixture that doubles as a plant stand.

Thanks to products being designed to take on contemporary aesthetics, kitchen appliances are seamlessly blending in with our interiors. Pastel colours are becoming particularly progressive in kitchen appliances, with key shades of pink, green and aqua blue, whilst bold brights continue to expand within home appliances more generally, offering statement pieces and injections of colour.

The subtle color in this kitchen brings a coziness to the space, but doesn’t distract from its traditional style. And we need to talk about that insanely cool rolling ladder.

Blue kitchens are an ongoing trend with real stay powering. And we got to admit, this gorgeous cooking space by ​Meriwether Architecture & Design makes us want to paint our cabinetry the same hue. 

An orange checkerboard floor brightens up a mostly white kitchen. The contrasting blue door adds quirk.

Whether your current layout needs renovating or you simply want to refresh a tired colour scheme, now is the perfect time to plan your dream kitchen. But what’s hot in the world of kitchen design?

The range hood is a practical feature that has evolved into the crowning jewel in many kitchens as shown in this drool-worthy space by Brittany Hayes, the blogger behind Addison’s Wonderland. 

A pastel accent wall is a remedy for those who crave color in their kitchens but are not ready to go all in with a bold and dramatic hue. A soft shade of pink as spotted in this cooking space by design firm CaSA Colombo partners beautifully with natural wood tones and neutral palettes. 

Give your white kitchen a fresh, custom look by combining two different styles of wall tile. This showstopping example by Heidi Caillier Design uses white subway tile to balance the patterned backsplash over the range. 

Papilio notes a shift ‘towards treating metals to achieve interesting patinas is becoming more popular’. While we can’t get enough of metals in our home – whether that’s copper or brass – there are various ways to achieve a more popular patina finish by oxidation, chemicals and heat, all of which give dramatic and different finishes for a personalised kitchen.

‘People are engaging in much busier lifestyles these days and it makes sense to cook multiple dishes simultaneously, particularly people who are big on entertaining,’ explains Papilio. ‘Multiple ovens can even create a statement look as shown here, where three eye level Gaggenau ovens have been placed in tall wall cabinets to contrast with the original stonewall.’

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Create a sophisticated cooking space with a vintage canopy hood. Glossy ebony cabinets add drama, while farmhouse sinks and a 10½-foot long island easily handle meal prep when there’s a crowd.

The most significant kitchen cabinet trend is no more busy details such as recessed panels, trim work, or large cabinet pulls. Case in point these flat fronts with small knobs as shown in this modern cooking space by Cargo Collective. Doors and accessories like these will instantly give an old cooking space a clean, modern look.

Open shelving is becoming increasingly popular with homeowners able to make a statement in their kitchen by adding their own personality with small accessories and even deluxe food items placed on shelves. ‘It’s the perfect chance to add lots of greenery in a physical format with bright, airy kitchens providing the perfect setting for succulents and hanging Ivy, incorporating yet another important interior style trend,’ says Papilio.

Pictured: LED Eyelid under-cupboard light, Contour LED strip, Polespring LED downlight, all John Cullen Lighting

14 The industrial look develops with heavy metal and concrete effects

Open shelving and racks make a kitchen’s everyday items easily accessible. Add elegant stools so it doesn’t feel too industrial.

Hang pots from cantilevered shelves and choose patterned tiles to create a graphic floor in an all-white kitchen. The effect is industrial, but still homey.

This otherwise neutral kitchen gets a burst of color from a vibrant red. Brass fixtures make it feel clean and elegant.

The city version of a farmhouse kitchen features brass hardware, a painted floor, and two Wolf ovens. The cabinetry, along with white-tiled walls and a milk-glass chandelier, creates the illusion of added sunlight.

If flat front cabinetry feels a little too bland for your taste, you should know that shaker style cabinets as shown in the kitchen designed by The Shaker Kitchen Company are still a big favorite among homeowners. To give cabinets like these a fresh twist consider going with a two-tone paint job.

The shaker door is still a popular choice with kitchen buyers. ‘In recent years we have experienced a 16 per cent increase in shaker style doors sales,’ says Kieran McCracken from kitchen door manufacturer BA Components. ‘Shaker offers distinctive yet practical styling as many consumers opt for a traditional design with unicolour matte finishes being very popular.’

Look out for industrial style features such as concrete effect finishes – Kitchens International says the trend for concrete-sprayed doors or concrete effect doors will continue to grow – as well as black grip ledge handles and open style metal frame racks for storage and eye-catching features.

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‘Vibrant colour schemes will continue to be popular for 2018 with a focus on both Scandinavian application – pops of bright colour – or complete maximalism –with colour clashes,’ says Matt Prall and Stephen Garland of Papilio. ‘The use of colour in the kitchen is extremely important and should reflect homeowners’ personalities and their needs. For instance, a space for cooking should be light and bright while spaces designed for entertaining could have a darker essence to provide a suitable ambience.’

A must have is the Zip Tap – now the world’s most advanced drinking water appliance. ‘The Zip HydroTap transforms ordinary water into a form of the clients choice, all via one tap,’ says Papilio. ‘This essential and smart addition to any kitchen provides pure tasting boiling, chilled and sparkling water at the push of a button.’

Warmer colors and soothing wood tones will be heating up kitchens in 2018. This cooking space by Lynn Kleonidas hits the mark with its slight 1970s vibe. The butcher block island and flat front, wood cabinetry are both timeless features brimming with style. Our favorite touch is the yellow, hexagon backsplash that pours on room brightening personality.

From colour to materials and appliances to aesthetics, take a look at the best kitchen trends of 2018.

Take blue and white to the next level with a vibrant burst of cobalt. It makes a statement but still feels classic.

Crafted from walnut, imbuia, and anigre, the nearly 11-foot-long island was inspired by English antiques. Elegance to the max.

Pale oak floors have a scrubbed look, and plank cabinetry with painted hinges and black latches give a kitchen old-time charm. To top the counters and island, choose a butcher block for warmth and informality.

In particular, the Amazon Dash button and Google Home have become ‘essentials’ in the kitchen, enabling homeowners to order products, play music, set reminders or find out recipes at the touch of a button or the sound of a voice.

This insanely gorgeous cooking space by the design team at Logan Killen Interiors features several of our favorite kitchen trends for 2018. The elegant wood cabinets resemble living room furniture. A variety of accents from the yellow patterned backsplash (over the range) to the beautiful houseplants enliven the space with splashes of color.

The team at Kitchens International say floor to ceiling units with no plinths or space above the unit is a key design trend that will provide maximum storage in smaller areas. They add: ‘Open shelving with internal lighting produces a more living room feel and look to the kitchen and is becoming increasingly popular on islands.’

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‘Layouts are usually dictated by the space available, but islands continue to dominate with many larger kitchens now opting for two islands,’ say the experts at Kitchens International. ‘Most will have breakfast bar seating or banqueting seating attached to the island so that dining is incorporated into the kitchen area.’

‘Why have one use for a sink when you can have a multifunctional trough which can be used for anything from chilling oysters, champagne or growing herbs, and of course as a traditional sink to prepare food at too,’ says Papilio. ‘For the avid entertainer the multi-purpose integrated trough sink is the perfect addition to any kitchen and with more homeowners looking to add that “wow-factor” to their home, this has been a favourite amongst suggestions to clients.’

When it comes to metal fixtures in kitchens, anything goes, but we noticed matte black faucets are popping up everywhere lately. The single handle pull-down sprayer faucet in this cooking space spotted on Acme RE works with the drop-in granite sink.

‘Kitchen design in 2018 is all about timber veneers, colour contrast, texture, metallics and the ongoing industrial look,’ says bespoke furniture manufacturers Schmidt.

From cobalt blue to powder blue and teal, blue is the colour of the moment when it comes to kitchens. Darker shades of this versatile hue will prove to be the most popular. ‘Undoubtedly the biggest colour trend the industry has seen this year is the desire to have blue in the kitchen,’ reveals BA Components. ‘This bold and dramatic move is for those who are brave and want to make a statement within the home.’

Pictured: The Shaker Layon range, priced from £17,500 inc. vat, John Lewis of Hungerford

Pictured: Carnegie kitchen in Scotts Grey and Terracotta Sunset, Masterclass Kitchens

‘Golds have been on trend for a while now but the move to combining them with browns and organic materials is going to be big for 2018,’ predicts Papilio. ‘Combining the use of neutrals, golds and organic textures makes for a warm environment with a slight seventies feel, hitting the mark in terms of both style and substance. The boho look is not only easily adaptable with other colours but also comes hand in hand with good quality and timeless design – something which a kitchen needs to present.’

This may be a pricier renovation, but if you’ve always dreamed of living that Lonely Island, “I’m On A Boat” life (uh, don’t we all?), go all-out on the coastal look with porthole windows.

Even in large cooking spaces, the demand for supersized kitchen islands is shrinking. Instead of going with something massive in size, these days savvy homeowners are opting for smaller versions on wheels as shown in this kitchen designed by Aegis Interior Design. Because a custom island like this one is easy to relocate for different uses, it can add more functionality to an open floor plan.

‘An inclusively designed kitchen is intended to offer independence to less able or wheelchair users, whilst at the same time being suitable for all other users in the household,’ explains home specialist association KBSA.

For a glam but gender-neutral color scheme, opt for brass and blue. A banquette offers cozy seating.

Simple Shaker-style kitchen cabinets in a creamy color are off set by dark counters. The back door is painted red for a pop of color.

The monochromatic kitchen is not dead. However, these days it is not about sticking to neutral shades. This vibrant red cooking space by Gleba and Stoermer illustrates our point.

And another good to know, mixing metals in the kitchen is also on trend. From stainless steel to polished chrome, five different metallic finishes appear here.

‘Pretty pastels present real design advantages and are a great way to inject a little fun into the kitchen, especially when used as co-ordinating or contrasting finishes,’ say the team at Schüller. ‘For those keen to create some individuality, yet not quite brave enough for the dramatic contrast of bold colours, then pastels are ideal partners for popular grey palettes and wood effect finishes. Used for highlighting and creating features, pastels in blue, yellow, pink and green can create a real wow factor.’

If you are not in the know, wood dye stains are typically water-based, come in many colors, and best of all are more vibrant than traditional wood stains. How do they work? Just apply to unfinished wood furniture with a rag or brush to magnify wood grain. You are guaranteed to achieve eye-popping results as shown on these blue lower cabinets in a kitchen by MJ Lanphier Interior Design. 

Concrete features will continue to prove popular particularly in industrial style kitchens with a minimalist flair. The countertops in this cooking space by Paper House Project are polished concrete with a satin finish. FYI, the stone-like material is porous. To prevent stains and scratches, you can protect concrete surfaces with a water-resistant sealer.

It doesn’t stop at ovens either. ‘We’ve also had requests for multiple dishwashers, washing machines – just to ensure that there’s always enough room for the various demands of running a family home!,’ they explain.

Create a modern Provincial kitchen with minimalist grooved cabinetry in a soft custom sage green and limestone countertops. The kitchen feels simultaneously masculine and warm & inviting.

A dropped floor makes a rustic kitchen feel even larger. The exposed wood beams in the ceiling also give it that farmhouse vibe.

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Sure, we love wood flooring in kitchens, but if you are looking for the perfect mashup of personality and durability, you cannot go wrong with patterned floor tile. Statement-making floors like this one in a cooking space by ​Kelly Martin Interiors will never require refinishing. For maximum impact, pair patterned floor tiles with an unfussy backsplash.

‘Brass has been hot for the latter part of 2017 but this will continue into 2018 with the material being paired with warm colourways and acting as statement features within the kitchen,’ says Papilio.

Trainor from LochAnna Kitchens, adds: ‘An island or breakfast bar can also work as both a storage area and a place for dining. But less often they are used for actual food preparation. Utilise your island further by installing an appliance – the addition of a small sink or hob in your island will mean everyone can get involved with food prep!’

‘Personalisation will be big in 2018,’ adds Sinead Trainor, kitchen category manager at LochAnna Kitchens. ‘The tail end of 2017 has seen the emergence of more bold colours and textures in kitchen doors and this will follow into the new year. The mix of striking solid colours and woodgrains will continue to prove popular, whilst more industrial finishes like concrete will sit alongside these to really create interest in the kitchen. Consumers are increasingly looking for more variety and being braver in their style and colour choices.’

Innovation research and trends firm, Stylus, comment on a trend of brands employing natural materials to add an element of crafted luxury to appliances. ‘Wood veneers, cork and leather provide a welcome contrast to technological-driven products and synthetic materials, allowing appliances to sit sympathetically alongside furniture and domestic interiors.’

For an oversized island, you need statement lighting. These iron pendants add drama and necessary light.

Lighting under cabinetry and counters is an easy way to change the atmosphere of a room, something which Papilio has seen a lot of their clients requesting. ‘Concealed LEDs can be placed under the worktops to transform a kitchen into an entertaining space… it’s an easy way to illuminate a room and add a little bit of contrast to the existing lighting features,’ they say.

Kitchen appliances that either stand out or blend in are in demand. Here a pink SMEG refrigerator makes a colorful statement in a kitchen designed by Sarah Phipps Design. Prefer to disguise your appliances? You can conceal them behind panels that match your cabinetry.

Use open shelves to break up cabinetry. Blue mercury-glass pendants pick up the color theme and add to the kitchen’s exotic style.

This kitchen has a tiled barrel-vault ceiling, retro artwork, and bistro chairs for a vintage vibe. The brass fixtures add elegance.

Layers of lighting is key to any good design. The traditional line of three pendant lights continues to be popular and always looks stunning in a rectangular kitchen or hung over an island. ‘Pendants can work really well as task lighting,’ says Simon Wallis-Smith, director of lighting specialists Fritz Fryer. ‘We recommend that you complement them with LED strips on the underside of eye level cupboards, illuminating the work surface. Depending on the size of the kitchen, you can also supplement this scheme with some carefully positioned recessed down lights.’

This kitchen’s 1850s English refectory table echoes the wood beams above. And that farmhouse sink, though.

Pictured: Matt Denim, Matt Dove Grey Aldridge Kitchen, Bella collection, BA Components

For example, MOSSwall, which is available in a range of colours, appears as a wall of natural moss. Papilio says this is a ‘simple concept but delivers a striking visual and in addition the natural moss provides excellent acoustic absorption’.

With homeowners more mindful about use of materials, we’re likely to see an increase in the use of characterful`veneers such as Pippy Elm & Walnut for 2018, predicts Papilio. ‘These materials add texture and intrigue to the kitchen and when working in a bespoke manner can be used for everything from statement wall veneers to unique cabinetry and shelving. The use of high quality wood to create statement rooms is going to be big.’

Pictured: Schüller.C collection – crystal white high gloss and pastel rose, Schüller via InHouse

Swapping out upper cabinets for open shelving is growing in popularity particularly with homeowners looking to make a decorative statement. In this modern farmhouse kitchen designed by Holly Mathis Interiors, open shelves show off a collection of white dishware. To avoid damaging your backsplash, we suggest adding floating shelves like these before installing tile.

The new white kitchen has an eclectic, boho vibe that does not feel cluttered. In this retro-inspired cooking space by Sarah Phipps Design small accents including the brass pendant light and countertop canisters, both lend character. We also appreciate the hexagon tile backsplash that adds visual interest.

Banquette seating once a staple in homes built during the 1980s are back big time with spanking fresh details. The most important thing to know is that cramped built-in booths are out. This take on the modern, kitchen banquette by Studio DB features a one-of-kind cast concrete table, a custom channel leather bench, and three Eames plastic side chairs. 

‘Think beautiful, ornate handles against modern cupboards and bright coppers/rose golds on shaker style kitchens,’ explains Trainor. ‘There is also a growing trend towards matching accessories and appliances to the rose golds and copper accents found in handles as more homeowners try to find alternatives to everyday stainless steel and black.’

‘Smart appliances are developing at a rapid pace and anyone considering installing a new kitchen in 2018 should really not do without a boiling water tap – seen as a necessity in today’s living; wifi ready appliances – allowing us to control our kitchens from afar; and steam ovens and vacuum drawers – this makes cooking quicker, easier and contains the flavour in the food,’ say Kitchens International.

Whether your current layout needs a complete redo or you merely want to perk up an existing color scheme, listen up. The latest kitchen design trends are all about customizing your space with unique accents in an exciting range of colors, textures, patterns, and materials. Think colorful cabinetry, natural timber, graphic floor tile, and stone sinks. The gist is to improve your cooking space by putting a personal stamp on it. To make your kitchen feel so you, our favorite trends for 2018 share how to infuse your space with personality. 

Add a dash of old world style to your kitchen with a farmhouse inspired sink carved from stone. The remodelers at J.A.S. Design-Build went with soapstone in this cooking space because the natural material repels germs, and is both heat and stain resistant. So that you know, soapstone can develop a unique patina with age, which can add beautiful character to your space.

Here’s how to play around with color in an understated way. A jewel-toned island grounds this otherwise all-white kitchen.

You don’t have to re-do your whole kitchen to make a statement. This kitchen has existing countertops and white range, but the cabinets were painted and hexagonal terracotta floor tiles were added, as well as open shelves.

A glazed backsplash and weathered oak island feel sleek and sexy in a kitchen. The hanging rack is functional and stylish.

The contrast between the rustic stonework and streamlined stainless steel appliances give this French-inspired kitchen a serious wow factor. To maximize entertaining space, downsize an island and add a trestle table with stools.

Angus Mackintosh, senior sales designer from Kitchens International, adds: ‘Disguised light channels built into the plasterboard are very on trend in modern architecture buildings and I expect this to merge over to the kitchen world and become more common place in most designs.’

Eclectic kitchens are picking up steam. And the good news is there are no strict rules for getting it right. The trick is sticking to colors, patterns, and decorative accents that reflect your personality. In this home by Devol Kitchens, different paints colors, showstopping tile, and a range of colorful accents create a truly unique cooking space.

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‘An ongoing shift towards individuality in today’s kitchen design, the latest fronts, finishes and solutions become instrumental in creating definition and individuality,’ says Schüller. ‘With heavy metal, even storage is coming out of the cupboard and when features unite with function, you create kitchens with purpose.’

Oil-rubbed-bronze hardware and antique-inspired floor tiles give a nod to old-world charm. The appliances and subway tiling keep it from feeling too dated.

Store everyday dishes on a traditional plate rack, and opt for a vintage table and chairs. Major farmhouse decor envy.

Design a kitchen inspired by the ocean’s hues and you’ll forever be dreaming of a beach vacation. But it’s not like you weren’t already, right?

‘You can create striking focal points with brass doors, door handles, ovens, sinks – it’s all about thinking outside the box,’ Papilio adds. ‘Mixed metals are still a key trend too and mixing with metal appliances can work well. SMEG have a range of coloured metal appliances in black, white, red, blue, mint and more which look great mixed with other metals like brass, silver and bronze.’

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But hidden storage will be ‘more important than ever for hiding older cookware that you don’t want on display, ambient food and other bits and bobs that find their way into the kitchen,’ says Trainor from LochAnna Kitchens. ‘Internal drawers, pull out storage systems and tall larder storage will also be making their way into kitchens.’

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Mix form with function by outfitting your kitchen with a ladder. Moroccan tiles add a bright pop of blue to break up all the wood.

Meanwhile, Papilio note an interest in ‘integrated music and lighting that can all be controlled via one central hub, as well as a call for iPads installed for recipes and work surfaces with integrated mobile phone charging’.

A vibrant kitchen color scheme is the cure for those so over the white-on-white trend. Here Alys Designs brighten up a cooking space with bold, yellow cabinetry.

A green gingham ceiling gives a classic white kitchen some cool points. Bonus? It adds drama to high ceilings, while making the room a little cozier.

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