The kitchen acts as the hub of the house for most families. From rushing to make your morning coffee before you’re late to work, to helping the kids with homework around the countertop, to cooking a holiday feast – none of it would be possible without a good kitchen. Kitchens are one of the best places you can invest your money too! The return on investment if you ever decide to sell the home will make it all worth it. Check out these kitchen design ideas that are leading the remodel movement as we enter 2022.
Less is More
Minimalistic kitchens have been in style for a few years and that doesn’t appear to be changing anytime soon. Minimalistic kitchen design is all about eliminating clutter to create a space that feels larger, more open, and more inviting. Begin your kitchen remodel by going through everything in your kitchen. Get rid of the items you don’t use and you’ll be shocked at how much easier it is to stay organized! If you have items that you don’t use often but don’t want to get rid of, consider storing them in your attic or basement to get them out of the kitchen.
You probably don’t imagine the words “bold” and “neutral” going together, but why not?! Bold colors in kitchen design aren’t a new concept. The biggest issue with bold kitchen colors is that you never know how long they’ll stay in style. If you’re looking to make a bold statement in 2022, opt for a bold neutral. Deep plum tones, earthy greens, and navy blue are a few examples. These colors will still stand out from every other boring kitchen you see and they’ll continue to look great for years to come!
Flat Front Cabinets
The type of hardware on your cabinets and drawers can totally transform how your kitchen looks. What about no hardware though? Flat-front cabinets are all the rage as people are starting to appreciate the natural beauty of the cabinet itself. Instead of interrupting the woodgrain with a handle or knob, flat front cabinets continue seamlessly. There’s a divot on the underside of the cabinet that makes for easier opening and closing. Remember, you can always add hardware to your flat front cabinets in the future if your design tastes change!
Unique Island Design
Use your kitchen island as an opportunity to make a statement. choose a different colored cabinet or counter than the rest of your kitchen. Hang a bold light fixture above the island. If you’re feeling really daring – try adding two smaller islands to the kitchen instead of one large one. Using your island as a place to be unique and bold is a great way to spice things up without changing the entire room! Remodeling an island is a lot more affordable than buying all new cabinets.
Contact Kitchen Center of Framingham today to learn more about remodeling your kitchen in 2022! Our team is ready to bring your home into the modern age with cutting-edge design that’s sure to transform the way you see your kitchen.