2023 Kitchen Trends: The Ultimate Style Guide!

The kitchen has always been the heart of the home, and it’s where style and functionality converge to create a space that reflects your personality and meets your culinary needs.

These 2023, exciting kitchen trends are emerging, offering fresh ideas to transform your kitchen into a modern haven. In this blog, we’ll explore the ultimate style guide to keep your kitchen on-trend this year.

10. Two-Tone Cabinetry

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Say adios to single-hue kitchen cabinets. 2023 is all about that two-tone vibe! This design trend is about rocking two contrasting colors or materials on your upper and lower cabinets. Picture this: dark wood lower cabinets with white uppers, or even a poppin’ color matched with smooth stainless steel. This spicy combo adds depth and visual flair to your kitchen.

9. Open Shelving

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Photo Credit: Remodelaholic- Built By E Builders, Designers Danielle Mead and Jeanette Thorpe.

Open shelving isn’t losing steam in 2023. This design trend not only gives your kitchen a roomier feel but also lets you showcase your finest dishes and glassware. Plus, it nudges you to keep things tidy. Just remember to craft your display with an eagle’s eye for maximum appeal.

8. Smart Appliances

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It’s no shocker that smart appliances are a banging kitchen trend for 2023. From smart fridges that keep tabs on your grub to Wi-Fi-enabled ovens you can run from your phone, these high-tech gizmos make your life a breeze and more efficient. Plus, many of these appliances are power-saving, which can save you some dough.

7. Sustainable Materials

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Eco-friendly equipment is on the rise in kitchen designs. Folks are opting for materials like bamboo, recycled glass countertops, and reclaimed wood to craft a kitchen that’s both snazzy and green. So think about going green with your next kitchen tune-up!

6. Multipurpose Kitchen Islands

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Kitchen islands are all the rage, but in 2023, they’re getting a big boost. Multipurpose kitchen islands now pack in extra storage, seating, and even tucked-in appliances like a wine fridge or microwave. Some even have a built-in sink or cooktop, turning your island into the ultimate multitasking hub.

5. Bold Backsplashes

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A stunning backsplash can be a cool way to make a statement in your kitchen. In 2023, designers are getting jiggy with bold patterns, colors, and materials for these show-stopping highlights. Whether you go for a complex mosaic, a lively glass tile, or a striking slab of marble, a bold backsplash can add some serious pizzazz to your kitchen.

4. Minimalist Hardware

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Sleek, minimalist hardware is all the craze for 2023 kitchen design. Picture slim, streamlined pulls and handles or even hidden, push-to-open setups. This trend creates a neat, uncluttered vibe that pairs well with all sorts of kitchen designs, from fresh to classic.

3. Integrated Appliances

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Integrated appliances will still be a big hit in 2023 as people hunt for smooth, unified designs. This trend involves tucking appliances like fridges, dishwashers, and ovens into your cabinetry, creating a sleek and consistent look. It’s a cool way to maintain a clean and clutter-free kitchen aesthetic.

2. Warm Wood Tones

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While cool-toned kitchens have been the talk of the town, 2023 is all about embracing warm wood tones. Rich, warm shades like walnut, cherry, and oak are making a comeback, giving your kitchen a chill and soothing vibe. Think about blending these wood tones in your cabinetry, flooring, or even as open shelving.

1. Mixed Materials

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Last but not least, mixing materials is a dynamite trend for the 2023 kitchen. Imagine pairing off madly contrasting textures and finishes, like sleek quartz countertops with a rugged timber island or matte black fittings with a glossy cabinet finish. It’s all about giving your space a bit more comfort and character. Now, how’s that for a trendsetter?

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Sometimes we dream of building a new home, and what great ideas we have for it.  But we don’t want to make big mistakes, what are the horrible new home trends that we want to avoid?

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If you feel like you just can’t get your home tidy try decluttering these 7 things (plus a few extra!)

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With increasing interest rates and mortgage prices, getting the most value for your home is imperative. Homeowners and real estate agents speak about the renovations that could decrease the value of your home and why. Here are the renovations to look out for.

Home Trends Going Out of Style

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Jump on board the time machine, and let’s check out some old home design trends that are so yesterday. We’re talking about things that used to be cool but now make us go, “Huh?” Here are 15 outdated home trends that need a major makeover!

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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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