2016 Kitchen Cabinet Trends

Take a deep breath, close your eyes, and breathe out 2015. Once you’ve slowed your heart rate, open your eyes to the simple, elegant kitchen trends of 2016.Benjamin Moore and Pantone both announced super soothing picks for their colors of 2016, and it’s no surprise that these trending hues are being met with pared-down kitchen designs that emphasize simplicity, craftsmanship, and convenience.But don’t think that means 2016 is going to be boring. There’ll be plenty of pizzazz and interesting touches — just in a more mellow way. (And speaking trends that have run their course, stainless steel is finally taking a break.) As perfect accents to 2016’s pared-down vibe, many companies have come out with colorful editions of your favorite kitchen appliances and accessories.So chill out and get excited, 2016 is all about the drama … without the drama.Also on Yahoo Makers:Pantone Announces 2016’s Color of the Year — And There’s a Twist!6 Colors and How They Affect the Way You LiveBuh-Bye, All-White Kitchens! This Dark, Badass Design Trend Is on the RiseLet Yahoo Makers inspire you every day. Join us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
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2016 Kitchen Cabinet Trends

Kitchen cabinet trends have not changed as much as other areas around the kitchen, such as kitchen countertops, but a few dominant trends have taken shape in 2015. Fortunately enough, many experts agree that most of the kitchen cabinet trends discussed below are not going away in 2016.
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2016 Kitchen Cabinet Trends

This kitchen gives you a glimpse at several of 2017’s most prominent kitchen trends: The white and off-white color palette is right on-trend for 2017. Pullouts and rollouts are making kitchen organization easier. Pieces that look like furniture are adding sophistication to current kitchen environments. Parquet flooring is trending up and is being used everywhere in the home, including the kitchen. Kitchen lighting has shifted from utilitarian to remarkable. The eye-catching light fixture in this kitchen gives you a dazzling example of this. Open shelving remains a top trend for 2017. Innovative wine storage solutions are of interest to consumers right now. The kitchen designer is Gina Bon, CMKBD, Airoom, LLC of Lincolnwood, Il. Photographed by Sherie Cervantes.
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2016 Kitchen Cabinet Trends

Kelly Brown/Design*Sponge By Jessica Mattern Sep 16, 2016 Teeming with beautiful craftsmanship, some Joanna Gaines-inspired flair, and tons of practical elements (we’re looking at you, microwave drawer), the most buzzed-about kitchen designs of the year are here.To create the list of top kitchen ideas for 2016, experts at Zillow surveyed interior designers, real estate experts, and their own slew of trending images. And we have to admit, we’re pretty impressed. “From hidden appliances to beautifully painted cabinets in complementing colors, homeowners want their kitchen to be stylish enough for entertaining, yet welcoming and functional for everyday use,” said Kerrie Kelly, Zillow Digs’ home design expert.Homeowners nowadays want materials and elements that are classic, durable, and highly functional, which also means that there are a few features that didn’t make the cut and are on their way out. Here are all the kitchen trends you should go for, plus three fads you should forget about immediately.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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2016 Kitchen Cabinet Trends

Kelly Brown/Design*Sponge By Jessica Mattern Sep 16, 2016 Teeming with beautiful craftsmanship, some Joanna Gaines-inspired flair, and tons of practical elements (we’re looking at you, microwave drawer), the most buzzed-about kitchen designs of the year are here.To create the list of top kitchen ideas for 2016, experts at Zillow surveyed interior designers, real estate experts, and their own slew of trending images. And we have to admit, we’re pretty impressed. “From hidden appliances to beautifully painted cabinets in complementing colors, homeowners want their kitchen to be stylish enough for entertaining, yet welcoming and functional for everyday use,” said Kerrie Kelly, Zillow Digs’ home design expert.Homeowners nowadays want materials and elements that are classic, durable, and highly functional, which also means that there are a few features that didn’t make the cut and are on their way out. Here are all the kitchen trends you should go for, plus three fads you should forget about immediately.
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2016 Kitchen Cabinet Trends

Kitchen cabinet trends have evolved over the course of the past decade. Back in 2008, the hottest kitchen cabinet style was a raised panel-in-frame, commanding 63 percent of the total market share. At the time, flat panel in-frame cabinets weren’t the trendiest style, although they did command about 19 percent of the total market share. Nowadays, flat panel cabinets command a more respectable 34 percent of the total market share. Raised-panel cabinet styles have fallen in popularity, but there’s still significant demand for them. The latest available data indicates their current market share is 46 percent of the total.
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2016 Kitchen Cabinet Trends

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2016 Kitchen Cabinet Trends

Teeming with beautiful craftsmanship, some Joanna Gaines-inspired flair, and tons of practical elements (we’re looking at you, microwave drawer), the most buzzed-about kitchen designs of the year are here.To create the list of top kitchen ideas for 2016, experts at Zillow surveyed interior designers, real estate experts, and their own slew of trending images. And we have to admit, we’re pretty impressed. “From hidden appliances to beautifully painted cabinets in complementing colors, homeowners want their kitchen to be stylish enough for entertaining, yet welcoming and functional for everyday use,” said Kerrie Kelly, Zillow Digs’ home design expert.Homeowners nowadays want materials and elements that are classic, durable, and highly functional, which also means that there are a few features that didn’t make the cut and are on their way out. Here are all the kitchen trends you should go for, plus three fads you should forget about immediately.
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Bunches of top 2017 kitchen trends are evident in this picture: A trendy color-blocked palette features black, white and vivid green. The barstools and furniture add elements of mid-century modern design, while the architectural details and artwork hint at mountain modern style. The subway tile backsplash and open shelving are carryover trends that remain current for 2017 kitchens. Jewel-tone colors are a new emerging trend. The vibrant green accents in this kitchen are a prime example of how to use jewel tones effectively in the kitchen. Photo Courtesy of Behr.com.
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Want to update the look of your kitchen? Maybe you’re interested in remodeling your kitchen, or you’re building a brand new home. Or perhaps you just want to upgrade a few important details in your existing kitchen décor. If you’re freshening up your kitchen in any form, before you spend any money, it pays to get informed about the current kitchen design trends for 2017.
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After studying thousands of different resources including web pages, blog posts, articles, press releases, bestseller lists, store displays, catalogs, magazines and emails, these are what we’ve determined are the most important kitchen trends for 2017. We hope you found these insights interesting, helpful and comprehensive. If you’re in need of more in-depth information, the references linked below are the ones we found to be most authoritative and useful out of all the pages we looked at when compiling this trend report. You’ll find much more interesting reading material on the topic of 2017 kitchen trends if you visit these pages.
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Thanks, Emily! for sharing your Kitchen trends with us. This trends will help readers for renovating and redesigning their kitchen easily. All the pictures are beautiful and amazing, thanks for sharing these with us.
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Trends are trends because more and more people agree it is the right way to go. However, as I pointed out before, personalized cabinets and kitchens will never go away. One must feel comfortable in your own kitchen and as such, install kitchen cabinets that feel right to you and only you.
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Two other dominant trends for kitchen cabinets are clean lines and subtle designs. To ensure design flexibility in the long term, cabinet door styles have become simpler, using clean lines. As the modern style continues to gain steam, clean lines and subtle designs make ideal sense for anyone looking to upgrade their kitchen cabinets.
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First and foremost, despite any of these trends, many homeowners are adding cabinet styles, colors and functions that fit their needs and desires. As time has evolved, cabinet companies have come up with numerous styles that match any home design or style. As a result, even homeowners who can afford them are passing over custom cabinets for more affordable, yet design-friendly, semi-custom cabinets.
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Overall, in today’s world, there is no cookie-cutter kitchen cabinet design. Ask any kitchen expert for hot designs and they will almost certainly say that personalization and tailored designs are sticking around through 2015, into 2016.
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Love your take on these trends, with two exceptions: the plywood (no, just NO!) and the copper. We once rented a vacation house with copper in the kitchen and it was a disaster to clean. Even after it was cleaned, it still looked messy. Copper is way too fussy to be functional, in my opinion. I love open shelves. Ten years ago, we bought a 100-year old craftsman home that had open shelving along one wall of the kitchen. I was certain that we would be swapping those out for traditional cabinets within a few months. Surprisingly, they quickly became one of my favorite features of our kitchen.