Transitional was an important design style for kitchens in 2015, with many homeowners remodeling their kitchens to reflect this style. What makes a kitchen unique, he says, is a cool color for your range hood, interesting hardware, a unique backsplash, and all the other materials. At this year’s Kitchen & Bath Show (KBIS), experts revealed the top design trends for 2015, as well as those that are on the way out. Whites and off-whites are the preferred color backdrop for today’s kitchens and baths, but gray is projected to take the lead going into 2015. Right behind was the use of sleek, European-style cabinets.
Each year, the National Kitchen & Bath Association produces a trend report, something they’ve been doing since 1952. Up first is all things cabinets: styles, colors, finishes, wood species, accents, islands and storage. The most popular of woods used for kitchen cabinets for 2015 is oak. These contrasting colors give wood-toned kitchens a dramatic visual effect that suggests older days when homeowners used certain types of woods more sparingly because of availability. Top Trends in Kitchen Cabinetry for 2015. White remains most popular color in kitchen cabinetry but more and more customers are branching out into a little more unconventional choices of neutral Gray tones.
Eighty-one percent of cabinet demand comes from the kitchen, which is expected to see the fastest growth through 2018, with demand totaling 13. Caesarstone recently introduced a line of six neutral colors for its durable quartz countertops. If you like the black and white look, you’ll want to install white lacquer cabinets and absolute black granite countertops to stay on trend. Paint your kitchen cabinets. September 25, 2015 11:00 AM. They covered the cabinets, metal strap hinges included, with a Benjamin Moore color match of Farrow & Ball Lamp Room Gray, a soft gray.
Cabinet Trends 2015: A Transitional Takeover Red House Remodeling
Her are the top kitchen design trends for 2015. However, a new challenger appears ready to take over as the top kitchen color: gray. According to leading manufacturers in the kitchen industry, softer gray tones could very well replace white as the most popular kitchen color in America. However, like kitchen cabinets, sinks are witnessing a changing of the guard. Bay Area designers agree the top kitchen colors for 2015 will be deep grays, blues, and the always-popular white on white.