We * really * Don’t see the trend of kitchen cabinets

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Real conversation: am I the only one to complete the appearance of an all white kitchen? Year after year, I think I browse different versions of the same, boring white kitchen on pinterest and instagram. Don’t get me wrong – Carrera marble countertops and crisp white cabinets always occupy a place in kitchen design. Recently, however, I’ve noticed a new natural trend in the kitchen: honey, oak or walnut cabinets. And, at the risk of sounding dramatic, * this * is the inner moment I’ve been waiting for.

Related: 12 best (and worst) kitchen trends per decade

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The latest trend uses orange cabinets from the 1990s and enhances them with fresh honey stains and original textures. Think about it: two color oak, with light and simple finish, can show grain. “No, [these are not] honey oak cabinets from the ’80s and’ 90s – [that look] will never come back,” said designer Melissa Welsh. “Today’s popular wooden cabinets have simple and modern lines and softer colors, just like the lovely white oak cabinets you see on instagram.” Basically, they combine warm traditional colors with the golden hair Scandi aesthetics that has been rising for many years.

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The appearance gives a rustic French rural atmosphere – whether you like it or not, the era of nostalgic and retro style design is far from over, thanks to the pandemic (and the collective yearning for a better day). Lynne tocchet, interior design director of pacaso, explained: “our desire for warmth and comfort is driving [this] trend to mix wood tones with various shades of brown to create a sense of tranquility.”

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Nevertheless, these are not your grandmother’s cabinets, and today’s design uses grooved details and bold complementary color palettes to add drama and dimension to the space. “Don’t be afraid to mix warm wood tones and go back to the soothing tones of the past few years,” tocchet added. For this reason, it may not be surprising that this appearance is paired with the most popular green and olive colors of 2022. But this trend can also distort minimalism with moody monochrome and frosted surfaces with fashionable mid century modern aesthetics.

We * really * Don’t see the trend of kitchen cabinets

IMG_256

Real conversation: am I the only one to complete the appearance of an all white kitchen? Year after year, I think I browse different versions of the same, boring white kitchen on pinterest and instagram. Don’t get me wrong – Carrera marble countertops and crisp white cabinets always occupy a place in kitchen design. Recently, however, I’ve noticed a new natural trend in the kitchen: honey, oak or walnut cabinets. And, at the risk of sounding dramatic, * this * is the inner moment I’ve been waiting for.

Related: 12 best (and worst) kitchen trends per decade

IMG_257

The latest trend uses orange cabinets from the 1990s and enhances them with fresh honey stains and original textures. Think about it: two color oak, with light and simple finish, can show grain. “No, [these are not] honey oak cabinets from the ’80s and’ 90s – [that look] will never come back,” said designer Melissa Welsh. “Today’s popular wooden cabinets have simple and modern lines and softer colors, just like the lovely white oak cabinets you see on instagram.” Basically, they combine warm traditional colors with the golden hair Scandi aesthetics that has been rising for many years.

IMG_258

The appearance gives a rustic French rural atmosphere – whether you like it or not, the era of nostalgic and retro style design is far from over, thanks to the pandemic (and the collective yearning for a better day). Lynne tocchet, interior design director of pacaso, explained: “our desire for warmth and comfort is driving [this] trend to mix wood tones with various shades of brown to create a sense of tranquility.”

IMG_259

Nevertheless, these are not your grandmother’s cabinets, and today’s design uses grooved details and bold complementary color palettes to add drama and dimension to the space. “Don’t be afraid to mix warm wood tones and go back to the soothing tones of the past few years,” tocchet added. For this reason, it may not be surprising that this appearance is paired with the most popular green and olive colors of 2022. But this trend can also distort minimalism with moody monochrome and frosted surfaces with fashionable mid century modern aesthetics.

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