World's Best Kitchen Decors In November 2022
Kitchens have come a long way from their utilitarian roots. These days they can be downright glamorous, and homeowners are taking notice. In fact, kitchen remodeling is now one of the most popular home improvement projects.
If you’re thinking of giving your kitchen a facelift in time for the holidays (or even sooner), here are some trends you might want to consider.
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1. Lauren's Black Classic Kitchen
Lauren's Black Classic Kitchen - Image by @at_the_barkers
Black is a classic in fashion, so using it on your kitchen cabinets will give your space an instant air of sophistication. Lauren painted her cabinets matte black, laid down a white tile, and installed discreet lighting to create this sleek black kitchen.
They placed the induction range on the island in this open-concept kitchen. Due to the roof window, they purchased a stove that included an extractor as part of the design. It is stylish and functional, a winning combination!
2. Timeless Blue Kitchen Designed by Army Storm & Co.
Timeless Blue Kitchen Designed by Army Storm & Co. - Image by @amystormandco
Finishes, details, and colors were carried through from the family room to the dining room and into this kitchen to unite and distinguish the various areas.
If you are intrigued by a black kitchen island but are not ready to pull the trigger, navy blue can be a stylish middle ground. The dramatic flair of this Army Strong kitchen design comes from the contrast between the navy blue kitchen island and the bright white painted walls.
This contemporary open-concept kitchen features walnut cabinetry, flooring, and bright glam furniture, all set off by a large panda white marble backsplash with a waterfall edge.
3. Rachel's Nature-Inspired Kitchen Design
Rachel's Nature-Inspired Kitchen Design - Image by @rlynnmccloskey
Inspired by nature, Rachel Lynn's kitchen is the epitome of creating a minimalist space with rich textures. The layout's airiness is highlighted by light woods, while the gray granite countertops provide a subtle allusion.
Wood kitchen flooring is a popular option, but many homeowners are hesitant to commit because they fear it will not stand the test of time. Because of its appealing warmth, durability, and style that the tides of fashion will not overtake, wood is a highly desirable flooring choice.
In addition, this kitchen has a library ladder that you can use to reach upper cabinets and other shelves. At the same time, investment properties benefit greatly from adding antique light fixtures, which are a luxurious addition to any interior because of their historical significance and one-of-a-kind design.
4. Interiology Design's Project Brunchto Bar Kitchen
Interiology Design's Project Brunchto Bar Kitchen - Image by @interiologydesignco
Today's drama and elegance are brought out by using darker tones. Interiology's beautiful kitchen design incorporates dark kitchen islands that either contrast or complement the other dark elements in the room, such as the countertops and cabinetry.
It is easy to entertain guests and family members at the roomy kitchen island, which features a quartzite backsplash, an adjacent countertop, and open shelving for extra storage. The designer selected each element with the client's personality and way of life in mind.
Adding a range hood is also a great way to upgrade your kitchen's aesthetics and performance. One of the most popular colors for range hoods, black will add a touch of sophistication to any kitchen. The blue, wicked bar stools are the final artistic touch to this impeccable setting.
5. Cabinet Navigators' All-Out White Kitchen Haven
Cabinet Navigators' All-Out White Kitchen Haven - Image by @cabinetnavigators
White kitchens get a bad rap for being clinical and uninviting. What better way to change this narrative than by installing comfortable seats? These rattan bar stools were the finishing touch fitted by Cabinet Navigators.
The laminate flooring is a great tool for contrasting the all-white peg. In recent years, laminate wood flooring's popularity in kitchens has skyrocketed due to its association with comfort and the flooring's natural beauty. Contrary to common belief, it is a great choice for a busy kitchen.
Stainless steel appliances are also a great pick for this kitchen style. Some people prefer this material because it is easy to maintain, while others are drawn to its unique, powerful, and yet comforting appearance.
6. Art Partner's Grey & Beige Tone Kitchen
Art Partner's Grey & Beige Tone Kitchen - Image by @artpartner_architects
Art Partner created a grey and beige kitchen for Podil's Apartment, combining beige and gray for a modern look on concrete walls with large light fixtures. Including tiles in both colors can also make the space feel cozier and more at home.
This kitchen layout has two major components: the island and cabinetry. The designer installed a pocket door system to conceal a countertop within the storage area.
Waterfall countertops are an excellent choice for modern homes due to their clean, uncluttered appearance. But their strong and clean lines in a contemporary kitchen are a welcome addition.
The white bar stool is a one-of-a-kind work of art in this exquisitely designed kitchen. Housed in a historic structure, it distinguishes between traditional and cutting-edge styles.
7. Sunbleach Kitchen Designed by Nteam
Sunbleach Kitchen Designed by Nteam - Image by @nteam_design
Suppose you’re not a big fan of colorful accents, then this kitchen is made for you! You can easily ramp up the style factor by applying neutral color palettes and cabinets made of wood. This is the key to looking elegant while keeping things simple.
Nteam created the kitchen island, which serves as the primary focal point of the area. It is made of simple geometric shapes to ensure durability and complement the house's overall minimalist aesthetic. Since it is constructed from travertine, the island blends in beautifully with the vibrant color scheme found inside.
The induction cooker, black oven, and bar stools are the best choices to create a little contrast.
8. Modern Luxury Kitchen by Jusso Design
Modern Luxury Kitchen by Jusso Design - Image by @jussodesign
Which style of interior design do you prefer, modern or extravagant? Instead of picking one over the other, we would like to show you a kitchen design by Jusso Design that combines the best of both worlds.
They created a fashionable design for the island kitchen using lath details and column legs in conjunction with gold and marble. Above the island hangs an artsy chandelier made of metal, which gives the room a sense of movement.
These modern bar stools take their cue from the mid-century era, but they updated the look by combining an industrial base with an upholstered bucket seat. Foamed velvet fabric covers the seat and slim back for a vintage look.
Have you seen the marble floor that was custom-made by Jusso Design for one of their clients? Admit it; it’s a refreshingly new take on the style.
9. Thomas Interiors' White and Wood Dream Kitchen
Thomas Interiors' White and Wood Dream Kitchen - Image by @thomasinteriorsanddesigninc
If you're looking for an easy way to make your kitchen look clean and fresh, try using a natural material. As your preferences change down the road, you'll still be able to use them.
Kitchens designed by Thomas Interiors typically feature a color scheme of white and wood tones. A black kitchen island and brass accessories execute this kitchen's grand and elegant appearance.
The magnificence of this space is accentuated by the contrast between the white cabinets and the understated waterfall marble backsplash.
The elegant wooden beams contrast beautifully against the white ceiling to make this modern kitchen look like something out of a magazine. The sparkling champagne accents and glass pendant lights maintain a refined aura.
10. Garcia Cumini's Green Woody Kitchen Interior
Garcia Cumini's Green Woody Kitchen Interior - Image by @interiordesignmag
This kitchen exemplifies how lagoon-inspired elegance, the captivating warmth of wood, and the geometric play of lines can form an inviting and unexpectedly expressive ambiance.
If you are still deciding whether to commit, decorate just one area of your kitchen green. Rather than using a single material, Garcia Cumini chose wooden cabinets and an acid-washed concrete wall to complement the sleek green marble countertop, flooring, and sink.
A blend of beauty, aesthetic sensibility, and design distinguish this kitchen as an integrated and interactive space from the rest of the house.
We hope these kitchen decor ideas will give your home that extra oomph this fall and winter seasons! So, what are you waiting for? Start planning your kitchen renovation today and get inspired by these amazing kitchen decors from around the world!
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