The white kitchens with stainless steel and gray touches remind some of a forensic lab and are losing favor with the public. In 2018, be prepared to see more color in kitchen designs, from the cabinetry to the sink materials,” said Houston designer Nina Magon, who foresees basins in granite and concrete as well as copper. U.S. companies are offering exuberantly toned enamel stoves, which have long warmed French and English kitchens. Viking, the maker of the stove in the above Colorado kitchen by designer Thom Filicia, offers ranges in apple red, cobalt blue and Bordeaux. BlueStar offers appliances in 750 color options. “Kitchens are treated more like living and dining rooms,” said New York designer Vanessa Deleon. Their design is following the general wave of layered eclecticism. To each his own.
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Natalie A. Gauci
Licensed Interior Designer working in the Tampa Bay, Florida area.