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Kitchen Decor Trends - Part 3

Similar to other parts of the house, there's no part more noticeable than the kitchen when it undergoes a transformation.

Coincidentally, The Kitchn magazine recently wrote an article on the 2022 kitchen decoration trends. Let me share my thoughts following the previous articles.

  • Kitchen That Doesn't Look Like a Kitchen

In 2022, the trend is leaning towards decorating kitchens in a way that doesn't immediately scream "kitchen." The idea is to make the kitchen a versatile space, not just for cooking but seamlessly blending with other areas for various purposes.

This is closely tied to the preference for open layouts. Unlike houses built 40-50 years ago with clearly separated spaces, many modern homes seamlessly connect the kitchen to the living room. Therefore, making the kitchen serve multiple purposes is becoming a trend, especially in open-layout homes.

  • Private Cabinets and Linear Lighting Design

Kitchens have more straight-line elements than any other space, including cabinets, appliances, and, as mentioned earlier, island tables. With the upcoming trend of double islands, there will be even more straight lines.

To accentuate this, private cabinets with linear designed lighting are predicted to become a trend. A kitchen adorned in this way gives off a modern and serene vibe.

  • Banquettes in the Corner

Back in the 60s and 70s, homes often featured banquettes – long, backless seating – placed in corners to create a cozy atmosphere. This trend is making a comeback. According to The Kitchn, installing banquettes brings additional benefits such as creating a cozy space that makes the kitchen the heart of the home and providing additional storage.

I've learned a lot by writing this series, and I look forward to sharing more stories with customers I can assist in the future. I hope readers find this series helpful.

Feel free to reach out with any questions.

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