I’ve always had a deep love for moody, colorful kitchens. So naturally, I’m very excited when clients tell me they do not want an all white kitchen. More of our clients are saying they are wanting a kitchen that is unique, cozy and comforting for their family.
Our #francisave kitchen is a blend of romantic and moody. Contrasting light toned countertops, backsplash, and brass hardware make this kitchen pop instead of fading into the background.
We’re seeing more kitchens with color that feel less like a sterile prep spot and more like an extension of the rest of the home, filled with antiques, artwork, and personal touches.
Metallic hardware can add visual interest and a jewelry-like finishing detail. Statement lighting, such as island pendants, is another opportunity to mix metals and other finishes.
The addition of a few natural elements, like these leather stools here keep the space feeling warm and inviting.
We’re calling it now… moody kitchens will be a HUGE trend for 2022 that will be here to stay. Replacing the traditional bright white kitchens we are used to seeing, with blue, green and taupe colors will take over. What do you think?