White Kitchen Exhaustion?




By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine

Are property owners expanding tired of the all-white kitchen area? Some structure authorities think so. White kitchens have been well known around the past number of years, but Houzz editor and author Mitchell Parker predicts that the amount of property owners who will get “white-kitchen area fatigue” will mature in the new 12 months.

Some property owners might experiment with including far more hues again in to the kitchen area.

“While white kitchens aren’t likely anywhere, count on to see a increase in colour, specially other neutrals like grey and blue,” Parker notes in reporting on 2018 residence trends. “Plus, heat wood tones are turning out to be a well known substitution for painted cupboards, leading to sophisticated, abundant palettes.”

The two-tone seem started out catching on in 2017, in which cabinet hues were mixed and matched in the kitchen area. For instance, the base cupboards may be a darker colour, these as grey, and the higher cupboards then all in white. Or, property owners were building a larger assertion with their kitchen area islands by portray it a bolder colour that contrasted with the rest of its kitchen area cupboards.

Melissa Tracey

Melissa Dittmann Tracey is a contributing editor for REALTOR® Magazine, producing about residence & structure trends, technologies, and sales and advertising and marketing. She manages the magazine’s award-successful Styled, Staged & Offered weblog.

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