If 2023 was the era of maximalist kitchens, 2024 is taking a decidedly softer approach—but one that still offers plenty of eye candy.
While big, punchy colors like green and pink were popular in kitchen designs (thank you, Barbie), they're getting dialed back to something a bit more understated in the new year, according to designers.
From warm earth tones to graphic tile installations and dramatic vent hoods, kitchen design pros are sharing the top trends they’re looking forward to seeing in 2024.
Jasmine Crockett, the Atlanta-based interior designer behind JoyMeetsHome, thinks that while new color palettes, Scandinavian style, and a more minimalistic approach are all coming in strong for the year ahead, much of the attention will be on how our kitchens work for us.
“The focus is on improving functionality with optimized storage solutions, quiet appliances, and the incorporation of beverage stations,” Crockett explains.
Bryan Johnson, CEO of Shades of Light, echos that though last year was punctuated with a dramatic use of color throughout the kitchen, this year is all about keeping things calming.
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The real drama in the kitchen will show up in oversized counter slabs, waterfall edges, and big islands, according to Johnson. Think: bold patterns in the stonework complemented by low-hanging pendants in colorful patterns.
Though kitchen islands will continue to work as both a prep and dining space, Johnson says we’ll also see an increased focus on eat-in nooks, as they'll become a more permanent fixture in the kitchen and claim more space than ever.
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Mitchell Parker, the senior editor of Houzz, says that while designers often use tile for kitchen backsplashes,
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It’s no secret that remodeling is a more popular choice than home buying this year, with housing costs still rising. Fortunately, Yelp is on the scene to analyze the biggest and best design trends of 2023 and predict which trends will be sticking around through 2024.
Undoubtedly, tile is a versatile material that can transform and elevate the look of kitchens and baths, as well as living spaces, mantles, and mudrooms. But just like paint colors, tile designs go in and out of style and can ultimately date a space.
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One of the easiest things you can do to level up the look of your kitchen is to add pulls and knobs to your cabinets. There are hundreds of choices, and finding just the right hardware for your space can be a tough decision.
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With 2023 coming to a close, many designers are already looking ahead to the New Year to predict the home and interior design trends that will be popular in 2024. One space of particular interest is the bathroom.
Whether you’re considering a full kitchen renovation—so long, rickety cabinets and outdated backsplash—or simply need to stock up on a few essential kitchen tools, there’s no getting around it: kitchens are expensive. Not every aspect of your kitchen needs to blow your budget, though. We tapped two interior designers, both with extensive kitchen experience, to spill the kitchen items they say aren’t worth the splurge. “There are so many choices when it comes to outfitting a kitchen, with just as many price points to choose from,” according to interior designer Kristina Phillips. “Most would agree that countertops and appliances are worth spending money on, but there are a few items that don't need splurging to be effective.” Read on for their recommendations, both big and small—your budget will thank you.
Mums are synonymous with fall. Thanks to their late bloom period, these beautiful flowers make a much-welcomed addition to the home landscape. Potted mums from garden centers adorn porches, patios, and even indoor spaces. Though some choose to treat these flowers as an annual, many have found success wintering mums in garden beds. You may also wonder if you can divide mums. “Can you split mums” is a question we often hear during the fall months.
It's clear that there are many interior design trends that stand the test of time and show up year after year, but there are many that don't. With the year coming to an end, we asked a handful of interior pros which trends they want to say goodbye to in 2024—and their answers might surprise you. Our biggest takeaways? Excessive neutrals and minimalism are out.
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