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3 Kitchen Trends for 2018 and Beyond

November 17, 2017

When designing a new kitchen, one of the first decisions you’ll want to make is the overall look you’re aiming for. You may want to pick a style trend or color theme to help guide your choices. This blog post can help give you a place to start. These three kitchen trends are expected to be on the leading edge of home décor in 2018.

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5 Kitchen Design Trends to Look for in 2017

January 6, 2017

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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Kitchen and Bath Business Awards KraftMaid with Readers’ Choice Award for Third Consecutive Year

October 28, 2015

Readers of K+BB voted based on criteria including local availability, supplier/manufacturer support, price point and other category-specific criteria such as craftsmanship/design/style/aesthetics, door styles/finishes, ability to customize/modify and construction quality.

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As Seen On

June 10, 2015

p>In an effort to find a place for everything, big and small, Courtenay and her designer focused on unconventional storage solutions, such as spice racks, for every drawer and cabinet to maximize space. In addition to its multiple storage solutions, Courtenay chose KraftMaid for its long-lasting quality, real wood components and soft-close hinges.

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KraftMaid Cabinetry Debuts New Colors and Finish Options for 2014

June 30, 2014

Ann Arbor, MI (February 4, 2014) – KraftMaid Cabinetry is getting a vibrant start to 2014 with the introduction of new colors and expanded finish options for its wood doors and drawer fronts. Colors Chai and Hazel will take their places in the company’s vast color pallet of paints and stains respectively, while the Distressed Finish Technique and Suede Topcoat offering is expanding, allowing designers and homeowners even more flexibility when planning a project.

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