Kitchens are often the “hearth of the home” because they're actively used every day and are often the main gathering and socializing spot for family members and friends.
It’s no surprise that homeowners have “dream kitchens” that fulfill their every aesthetic and functional desire or believe that investing in kitchen alterations will significantly up a home’s resale value. But, as with any other space over time, kitchen design trends come and go—or shift.
If you’re planning a kitchen makeover, consider these cabinetry trends that architects, designers, and remodelers are predicting will be popular in 2024.
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Some designers and architects foresee new takes intransitional design with regards to cabinetry and hardware.
“We are seeing a surge in the ‘skinny shaker’ cabinet style which updates the classic cabinet with a much thinner frame typically around a half an inch wide,'” Karen Frome, founder of Rise Projects, says.
Frome explains how this kind of update will refresh and modernize any shaker look while also helping it maintain the warm, homey feeling of the more traditional rendition.
«The skinny shaker style will make for a fresh take on a timeless kitchen,» Frome says.
Laura Brophy, founder of Laura Brophy Interiors, says that there has been a growing appreciation for the charm and warmth of past eras in modern kitchen design.
«This trend sees the incorporation of vintage elements like classic paneling, traditional hardware, and retro-inspired color palettes into contemporary kitchens,» Brophy says. «The idea is to blend nostalgia with the conveniences of modern cabinetry.”
Along the same lines, Amy Courtney, principal of Amy Courtney Design, says to be on the lookout for minimalisticRead more on thespruce.com