Kitchen Design Ideas

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The best new ideas and inspiration for your kitchen

Perusing the latest kitchen trends and ideas may be just the spark of inspiration you need to get started on that new kitchen you’ve been ...   More

Soften your Tone
Soften your Tone
Soften your Tone

Soften your tone

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Tonal Color Palettes

Tonal color schemes in tinted whites, warm grays or soft pastels promote a sense of calm and timeless style that accommodates any décor. 

Turn up the contrast with different textures for depth and interest.

  • Mix high gloss with matte finishes.
  • Combine cool and warm elements.
  • Put grainy, patterned or metallic surfaces next to smooth, unadorned surfaces.
Shakes Things Up
Shakes Things Up
Shakes Things Up

Shake things up

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Shaker Style Cabinets

Shaker or recessed cabinets paired with complementary hardware and accessories play well with a broad range of kitchen styles.

  • For fans of wood cabinets, Shaker showcases the natural wood grain.
  • If you prefer a cleaner look, white Shaker cabinets are understated with minimal details.
Perfect Accomodations
Perfect Accomodations

perfect accomModations

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Storage and Organization

Kitchens personalized to the lifestyle and needs of the family are at the top of every homeowner’s wish list. 

For maximum storage, organization and access to everything in the kitchen, try:

  • Pullout drawers, shelves and lazy susans
  • Multi-tiered drawers for cutlery and utensils
  • Peg system drawer organizers and baking sheet dividers
  • Lower cabinet toe-kick drawers
mixed materials
mixed materials
mixed materials

get into the mix

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Mixed Materials

There’s been a noticeable move toward using more textured, tactile materials in the kitchen that lend added design detail.

To incorporate textured elements into your kitchen, we recommend:

  • Sticking to vertical planes like the cabinets and backsplash. They attract less dirt and are easier to clean.
  • Natural marble, granite in honed finishes, and engineered stones.
  • Stained, whitewashed or painted wood looks.