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5 KITCHEN DESIGN TRENDS TO LOOK FOR IN 2017

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5 KITCHEN DESIGN TRENDS TO LOOK FOR IN 2017

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With the new year come new trends in beauty, fashion and home décor, as well as refreshed trends you may have already seen. We’re kicking off 2017 by sharing 5 of our favorite kitchen design trends for this year and ways to bring them to life in your kitchen.

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1. HIDDEN APPLIANCES

Some designers are turning away from the industrial look of stainless steel and opting for kitchen appliances that seamlessly blend into the rest of the kitchen’s aesthetic. But you can achieve this without breaking the bank on all-new appliances. Cabinets that conceal the refrigerator as in the photo above are an option. For smaller appliances, an Appliance Garage is a simple solution for concealing equipment when it’s not in use.

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2. MIXED HARDWARE FINISHES

Much like your jewelry, you can mix up your kitchen’s hardware by experimenting with different finishes such as chrome, pewter and stainless steel. KraftMaid offers a wide selection of decorative hardware in a variety of finishes.

KraftMaid Charging Drawer

3. CHARGING AREAS

Technology plays a big role both in and out of the kitchen. Whether you use a tablet to find recipes or like to keep your mobile device handy, many designers recommend a designated area for storing and charging your gadgets. KraftMaid’s Charging Drawer does just that, with two USB ports and a standard outlet.

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4. TEXTURED OR COLORED GLASS

Reflect your personal style with colored or textured glass. Ideal for cabinet doors and backsplashes, colored and textured glass follows this year’s trend of designing your kitchen with different materials to create a look that is uniquely your own.

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5. TUXEDO KITCHEN CABINETS

Aptly named, tuxedo kitchen cabinets typically feature black base cabinets with white upper cabinets. For a softer contrast, try using other complementary colors as in the photo above.

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