Ask any family what they want more of, and the answer is likely "storage." But storage doesn't have to be boring: Creative remodeling can add beauty, too. Here, a pretty mix-and-match of storage types results in an expansive storage wall that also offers display space. Another benefit of glass doors: Light bounces around, and the rich cabinet color doesn't become overpowering./
Inspired by the elegant, slated look of original 19th-century Suffolk furniture, these kitchen cabinets by Neptune display a respect for craftmanship, while the choice of colour adds a contemporary edge. Add a bespoke worktop, such as this one made from a reclaimed beam from a barn – it’s a rustic touch that looks suprisingly modern when paired with sleek, white metro tiles and black grouting. ‘Suffolk’ kitchen, from £9,000, Neptune (neptune.com)
We saw so many beautiful kitchen trends in 2016: tons of marble, rich blue and black cabinets, open shelving, and a mix of materials. While we don't think these things will disappear overnight, we definitely see a shift ahead. If you're thinking about redoing your kitchen soon, or are just design curious, read on for what you can expect to see more of in the coming year, and why we think that's the case.
Those of you who found yourselves a little bored by years and years of kitchens with white cabinets and white marble countertops might just be in luck. No, we're not going back to late-90s dark cherry cabinets (and thank goodness).