Double Islands: With the move towards larger kitchens, in open floor plans, the kitchen island has become an essential feature. When space is no object, a pair of island units has become a staple of luxury! Dual islands also serve the purpose of clearing space for working on homework or a home office space, while also leaving room for cooking preparation needs.
Handleless Cabinets: The latest contemporary designs are all about multi-tasking, free-flowing design with a pared-back look. Technological advances in push-open and close doors means that it has become possible to dispense with handles in both wall and base cabinets. If you are not a fan of push-open doors, recessed handles provide the same sleek look!
Organization: Gone are the days of clutter and disorganization. People are focusing on creating space and decluttering their kitchen. Implementing a kitchen pantry is one of the top trends for 2021 as they add hidden storage without changing the look and feel of your kitchen. Another way of modernizing your kitchen is rethinking your upper cabinetry. People are getting rid of their upper cabinetry in favor of stylish shelving or racks for organizational purposes.
Tile: Tile isn’t just for the backsplash anymore. It’s going all the way up to the ceiling these days for a fresh, new look. Tile is a great option for creating more visual interest in your kitchen space. As people ditch upper cabinetry, they free up space to add some gorgeous hand-painted tile work or create a continuation of your backsplash around the room, which can make your kitchen look larger!
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