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In the past few years, the kitchen has become one of the largest focal points in any home. With the continuing rise of cooking as an art form and a popular hobby, people are rediscovering their love for the kitchen and putting their newfound passion to use by designing and decorating their kitchens in ways that were unimaginable a few generations ago.

Kitchens are no longer just a place to prepare meals. They have become social spaces where family and friends can gather, catch up, and spend time together. The rise of cooking shows like ‘The Great British Baking Show’, ‘The Chew’, and ‘The Martha Stewart Show’ have also helped raise the bar of expectations for what a well-designed kitchen should look like. From modern to traditional, country to contemporary – almost every design trend in the kitchen has been represented on television over the past few years. Here’s a look at some of the most notable design trends that will be sweeping the kitchen in the year 2022.

Out With the Old

The biggest kitchen design trend of 2022 will be a push away from the traditional white kitchen. White kitchens were popular in the 1980s and 1990s, but now it will become more commonplace to see dark countertops, dark cabinets, and dark floors in the kitchen. The younger generation is particularly fond of these changes as they look for ways to not only update their homes but also make them feel more personal.

The traditional kitchen is slowly being replaced by the contemporary rustic or farm-style kitchen. This style is characterized by natural wood finishes, stone or cement countertops, and an abundance of light from large windows.

The industrial influence on design has never been stronger than it is today which can be seen in kitchens with concrete counters and steel fixtures. These kitchens are rough-hewn with unfinished surfaces that have a raw edge look to them.

In 2022, you’ll find kitchens with a range of different colors including deep blue, purple velvet, gold velvet, and green velvet.

The Rise of the Professional Chef

The rise of cooking shows has helped popularize the concept of the “professional chef.” Indeed, many millennial-aged adults aspire to be a cook just like their favorite celebrities. They want to create dishes that are as beautiful and as tasty as what they see on TV. The top kitchens in America today have become masterpieces.

As this trend continues, homeowners will be requesting professional kitchens in 2022. Homeowners will get sick of seeing less-than-perfect homemade meals on their social media feeds and demand perfection from themselves when it comes to the food they eat.

 Modern Minimalist Kitchens

The clean, modern lines and the lack of clutter will make this kitchen look timeless. A subdued color palette made up of mostly whites, greys, and blacks with a few pops of bright colors are going to be a hit in 2022. The kitchen will have an open floor plan with high ceilings and a large island for food preparation.

A New Trend in Traditional Kitchens

Kitchens have always been a focal point in the home. But, with the constant evolution of design trends, it’s difficult to predict what will be popular 5, 10, or even 20 years from now.

One trend that is sure to continue is traditional kitchens. With the rise of cooking shows and people rediscovering their love for cooking, it’s no surprise that more people are interested in renovating their kitchen to fit this style of décor. Traditional kitchens are characterized by farmhouse-style cabinetry and counters made from wood or stone; sometimes these counters can span an entire wall and offer plenty of space for food prep, entertaining, and serving guests without feeling cramped.

A great example of a traditional kitchen would be a farmhouse kitchen with white cabinets, marble countertops, and stainless-steel appliances. These kitchens work well for families who like to cook together at home or entertain friends because they offer plenty of space for everything you need in the kitchen while still feeling intimate enough to make your guests feel welcome. Healthier Kitchens

Kitchens are getting healthier. Meal prepping is becoming more and more popular as people want to live a healthy lifestyle.

A lot of people are keen on the idea of making their meals, which means investing in high-quality appliances to cook and store the food in. The health trend will only continue to grow with innovations in kitchen appliances that make meal prep easier.

Produce storage is also changing due to this trend. Countertops are now being made from materials that can be easily sanitized and produce bins have been designed to keep fruits and vegetables fresh longer.

Another way kitchens are going healthy is through countertops that are made with natural materials, like bamboo or concrete. These types of counters not only look beautiful but they’re also sustainable and healthy for the environment because they don’t require any type of sealant to maintain them.

The Rise of the Botanical Kitchen

The natural world is having a resurgence in the kitchen. From fruits and vegetables to floral arrangements, botanical elements are being incorporated into the design of kitchens around the world.

Botanical elements are an excellent way to add life to any kitchen. They have been shown time and time again to be a great source of inspiration for chefs and home cooks alike. If vibrant colors, textures, and patterns aren’t your thing, choose a more subtle approach – like incorporating live plants into your sink space or adding potted plants next to your stove.

Botanicals can be used as an accent piece in any style of kitchen from traditional to modern. This trend has been popularized by some of the most famous chefs in the world, including Jamie Oliver who is also famed for his interest in cooking with fresh produce that he often grows himself on his farm. Alfred Portale, renowned chef at New York City’s iconic restaurant Gotham Bar and Grill has also taken notice – recently launching a new menu featuring modern interpretations of classic dishes that include recipes like winter squash soup with blue cheese mousse and thyme crisps.

Towards a Circular Kitchen

Kitchens are starting to get more circular, which is a shift away from the long and narrow layouts that were popular in the 1990s. The trend is being driven by two factors. First, there’s been an increased demand for smaller homes which means kitchens need to be more efficient with their space. Second, people are looking for ways to make their kitchens feel more connected with the outdoors. This style is also easier to renovate or customize because it doesn’t need as many corners or angles.

Conclusion

Kitchens are dynamic spaces that are constantly evolving. As time goes on, kitchen design will continue to change and evolve as society changes. This article gives you a glimpse into what the future holds for kitchen design.

 

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