Planning a kitchen remodel in 2022? The last thing you want is something in the design that starts to feel dated in a few years. That’s why a look at kitchen cabinet design trends 2022 should be where you begin your remodeling plans. Most kitchen trends can last ten years or more. Trends don’t change all at once. Keeping on top of 2022’s kitchen cabinet trends will ensure your kitchen design has a full lifespan ahead of it.
Up and coming in kitchen design trends 2022 is the statement island. There are many ways for an island to make a statement. It can have different color cabinets from the perimeter of the room. It can have a bold countertop color. An up-and-coming island trend is to have a double island. Instead of one long island, consider breaking them up into two smaller islands. Include a bar-style island at an outside edge of the kitchen and a task-oriented island in the middle of the kitchen. Stack the islands two deep with a walkway between to increase the workspace.
Sans Cabinet Knobs
You’ll see fewer cabinet knobs and pulls in 2022 and beyond. Flat front cabinets further enhance this simple approach to the kitchen cabinets. Cabinet handles tend to catch the eye. They can be used effectively to add some detailing that really makes a design. However, in this case, the idea is to let the cabinet stand on its own. A beautiful wood grain shouldn’t be interrupted but left alone to shine through.
Dark Oak and Walnut is Back
Oak and walnut have fine linear grains so it’s hardly surprising that they have become the favorites for 2022 kitchen trends. Walnut has a naturally deep color that lends well to neutral yet distinctive color palettes. A flat front walnut style cabinet will be the top choice for kitchens. Oak already had its heyday in the kitchen, but this is a totally different experience from the oak of the 90s. Dark stained oak gives it a deep gray color that perfectly complements the no-nonsense kitchen trends today.
Natural Materials Are Back As Well
Refinement has been redefined for 2022 with natural materials like stone, cement, and wood making a showing in neutral colors. They direct attention to other elements of the design and keep things on the minimal side but with a grounded feeling. Consider cement countertops or quiet stone countertops with little grain or veining. Go with woods in medium browns with linear grain. Design your kitchen with minimal “ingredients” that you understand and relate to.
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