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Considered the heart of the home, the kitchen is where you cook and enjoy most of your meals — but, it’s also a gathering space for family. When designing your dream kitchen, it’s important to balance timeless features with playful colors, patterns and textures that reflect your personality and design aesthetic. We’ve seen big trends and styles already defining 2023 (think trending paint colors, wood cabinetry and sustainability). Since interior design trends are ever-changing, we tapped interior designers and kitchen experts to share their top kitchen trends for 2023.

You may not want to completely remodel your space every year, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t creative ways to keep your cooking space feeling fresh and modern. For kitchen countertops, the pros note that both natural and expressive stones will continue to be top picks. For kitchen colors, they’re loving dusty greens and blues, as well as soft hues like terracotta, natural browns and creamy whites. We’re seeing designers experiment with bolder choices like mixed metals, high-contrast color palettes, double islands and overstated cabinet hardware.

Swap out your backsplash tile (dare we suggest something vibrant), add a fresh coat of paint to your kitchen island or layer in handmade artisan details — all of which can be completed in a few hours. As much as we love a current trend, we’ll leave you with this message from interior designer Kate Lester: “Focus more on what the space needs and less on what is ‘trending.’ Doing what’s best for your space never goes out of style!”


1. No Upper Cabinets

 “We’ve been minimizing upper cabinets or having none at all. We’re doing a lot of designs where the tall or upper cabinets are confined to one wall or one portion of the kitchen, so we can keep the rest clean and light-filled.” — Ellen Hatton, principal at BVA BarnesVanze Architects


2. High Contrast

While all-white kitchens will always be in style, we’re seeing a shift away from the monochrome look in favor of mixed materials and pops of high-contrast paint applications. The core of the classic white kitchen remains, but black painted or ebony stained finishes are showing up in a big way.” — Erika Jayne Chaudhuri, interior designer


3. Double Islands

“Traditional kitchens are evolving and expanding. There will be larger – and even double – kitchen islands integrated to accommodate for larger entertaining and gathering space in the kitchen.” — Hilary Matt on behalf of Sub-Zero, Wolf and Cove


4. Wood Paneling

“We love wood paneled ceilings, especially when we can combine it with bright colors or deeper wood tones. On tall and vaulted ceilings, it creates drama and warmth as well as a natural connection to the outdoors.” — Anna Popov, Interiors by Popov


“A butcher-block island is not only stylish, but incredibly functional and durable. We love using walnut as the primary material for a butcher-block island, as it really warms the space. For added functionality, use a butcher-block island that has a mini fridge for extra storage space and plenty of cabinets where you can keep larger appliances hidden.” — Alice Arterberry, Arterberry Cooke


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