While she typically gives out affordable design advice on her HGTV show The High Low Project, Sabrina Soto has a passion for cooking and kitchens. The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in any home and Soto shared the top trends she is noticing in kitchen design with Coastal Living. Here are the several trends Soto identified as hot in kitchen design. Do you agree?
A Hit of Color “Although white kitchens will never go out of style, you’ll begin to see more color – such as deep navy, olive and grey – used in cabinetry,” says Soto.
Touch-Activated Faucets “Tech in the kitchen is both functional and stylish,” says Soto. “A simple touch anywhere on the spout or kitchen faucet handle with your wrist or forearm activates the flow of water, making it easier to entertain for friends and loved ones.”
Deep Single-Basin Sinks "Deeper, one basin sinks make soaking and washing dishes – especially larger pots and roasting pans – much easier,” says Soto.
Slab Backsplashes “Whether your kitchen is ultra-modern or traditional, the seamless look of a slab backsplash is classic and streamlined,” says Soto. “In smaller kitchens, the lack of grout lines helps the space appear more open and the backsplash clean and refined.”
Matte Black Finishes "From faucets to hardware, matte black in the kitchen is a classic and versatile finish that can work on many different styles,” says Soto.
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