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Do You Think That All White Kitchens On Their Way Out In 2018
Dated: January 12 2018
Are homeowners growing tired of the all-white kitchen? Some design experts believe so. White kitchens have been popular over the past few years, but Houzz editor and writer Mitchell Parker predicts that the number of homeowners who will get “white-kitchen fatigue” will grow in the new year.
Some homeowners may experiment with adding more colors back in to the kitchen.
“While white kitchens aren’t going anywhere, expect to see a rise in color, especially other neutrals like gray and blue,” Parker notes in reporting on 2018 home trends. “Plus, warm wood tones are becoming a popular replacement for painted cabinets, leading to sophisticated, rich palettes.”
The two-tone look started catching on in 2017, in which cabinet colors were mixed and matched in the kitchen. For example, the bottom cabinets might be a darker color, such as gray, and the upper cabinets then all in white. Or, homeowners were making a bigger statement with their kitchen islands by painting it a bolder color that contrasted with the rest of its kitchen cabinets.Photo by Rikki Snyder – More kitchen photosPhoto by Art of Construction Inc – Browse kitchen ideasPhoto by USI Design & Remodeling – Discover kitchen design inspiration
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