Whether you’re a new homeowner looking to remodel a recently purchased home or are wanting to breathe new life into your existing kitchen, these 2019 Kitchen Design Trends are sure to offer some inspiration for your project. Take a look at some of these trends below along with some of our previous projects that feature these latest trends.
Regardless of what style, size of space, or storage solutions are required for your project, the team at Keystone Kitchen and Bath specializes in designing custom cabinetry solutions that exceed our client’s expectations.
Clever, Concealed Storage
Utilizing clever and concealed storage solutions in your kitchen is a practical and beautiful approach. This helps free up valuable counter space while maintaining a sleek and uninterrupted look—it’s perfect for making smaller spaces feel much larger than they are.
Open shelving isn’t a new concept or trend. This style has stood the test of time and is becoming increasingly popular amongst more rustic and farmhouse-style kitchen designs. Who would’ve thought that having your plates and glasses on display would be so practical and beautiful?
Whether you call it rustic, vintage, retro, or even modern-retro, there is something about a vintage design in a modern kitchen that is strikingly impressive. Combining traditional elements of design with 21st century technology and cabinetry products is a popular aesthetic in the industry and with our clients.
Use Of Wood
Especially common in the mountains of Western North Carolina, the use of wood in traditional homes and cabins helps bring the outside in. The connection with nature and the outdoors is both comforting and beautiful. It’s the reason you have a home in the mountains after all right?
From sleek lofts in Downtown Asheville to modern, architect-designed homes on the mountains overlooking downtown, these spaces feature pops of color contrasting with minimal design and modern appliances. It’s like cooking and dining in an art installation.
Be sure to check out the full list of 2019 Kitchen Design Trends over on Elle Decor’s Blog.