Ideas for updating old kitchen cabinets
The open shelving trend isn't going anywhere, and in a kitchen void of upper cabinetry, the hood is inevitably the centerpiece. Copper sheeting, with coordinating straps and rivets, adds age-old warmth If you can't get enough of the reclaimed-wood look, here are two words you'll be hearing a lot: pecky cypress.Seen here on the hood and island, it's a type of wood that has a grainy texture thanks to long, narrow burrows or cavities. ) Instagram feed of Britain's de VOL kitchens offers an endless stream of age-old English inspiration, from decorative "spot cutouts" to painted wooden knobs.A mix of lighting helps differentiate the areas, while a uniform wall color keeps everything cohesive.SHOP LIGHTING FIXTURESGone are the days of having a dark little pantry to house dry goods hidden away from prying eyes.
SHOP SHELVINGPlain old stainless steel has its merits, but in a small kitchen, a giant swath of silvery metal can quickly dominate the room.
Let your other kitchen elements steal the show with a sleek and minimalistic range hood like this one fashioned to blend in with the former chicken coop cabinets.
SHOP KITCHEN RUGSGray undertones lend a timeless, totally livable vibe to most paint colors—not just beige—whether it's a sophisticated blue-gray seen in this photo (Oyster Bay by Sherwin-Williams), a purple-gray (like Grayish by Sherwin-Williams), or green-gray (like Dry Sage by Benjamin Moore).
Basically, 2019 kitchen trends are about taking risks, trying new things, and creating a kitchen space that reflects your personality.
Whether you're all about farmhouse style, industrial, or French country, some of the very best kitchen trends of the year are sure to work for your space.