Kitchen trends are shifting once again, and everything other than a white kitchen is currently fashionable. While white kitchens are still extremely fashionable and have been for several years, it appears that alternate kitchen colour palettes are becoming increasingly trendy. Navy, taupe, beige, and green are all here, and they’re here to stay.
Shavonda Gardner designed the kitchen above, which is truly one-of-a-kind. Shavonda, a blogger and interior designer located in California, used deep red cabinetry, dark grey soapstone worktops, khaki coloured ceramic brick tailes for the backsplash, stunning yellow flower wallpaper, gold sconces, and a gold pot holder rod that ran the length of the wall. She uses hues that aren’t typically used in the kitchen to create a unique look. Shavonda’s kitchen is edgy, bold, and anything but white. Actually, this is my choice for “standout kitchen of the year.” It’s fantastic.
As a result, we’ve added more not-so-white kitchens to our collection — a popular trend in kitchen design.
The kitchen above, designed by Kelly and Co. Design, is a surprisingly inventive take on a colourful kitchen and is located inside an eastern modern farmhouse. In contrast to the dazzling white ceiling and warm wood accents, the sage green cabinetry provide a refreshing flash of colour.
Heidi Caillier Design created this turquoise kitchen in a Tudor-style Seattle home. The inside is finished with a red brick floor, black marble countertops, a white marble island, and gold accents. Using a table as an island is a terrific way to expand your kitchen’s counter space.
A yellow kitchen is a unique way to bring warmth into a space. G.P. Schafter designed this kitchen for a Maine barn cottage-style residence.
This deVOL Kitchen effortlessly blends beige and blue cabinetry. There’s even a pink accent wall in the room. For balance, keep the kitchen décor neutral with a striking design juggling many hues.
Heidi Caillier Design’s contemporary kitchen is a simple twist on a colourful kitchen. The white marble counters and gold hardware complement the warm wood cabinetry.
This kitchen, designed by Leanne Ford, contains dark teal/grey cabinetry with copper and white accents. The cabinets are complemented by the black appliances and white marble backdrop.
Laura and Nora of Our Food Stories created this neutral kitchen in Berlin, Germany. This design partnership clearly understands how to balance warm and cold tones, as seen by the soft grey cabinetry, white marble counters, and wood island countertop.