1. High-Contrast Countertop
One of our favorite works with new trends in kitchen design is the kitchen with the bright countertop: HIGH-CONTRAST COUNTERTOP. Its has been made from granite 204″ long and 36″. It looks amazing with LED lighting under the stone.
2. Two Tier Modern Quartz Kitchen Isle
Other trend in kitchen design that we realized in 2018 is the two tier modern quartz kitchen isle with breakfast bar. It is a new and modern design of the kitchen isles in 2018.
3. Marble Kitchen Isle
Another trend in kitchen design we realized in this year. The days of monochromatic kitchens are far behind us. People still love monochrome (particular – white) kitchen, but prefer to add contrast details: doors , lamps, floor. Using multiple colors in kitchens has become a popular trend this year. For example, painting base walls or cabinets in a gray or charcoal tone and upper cabinets and walls in white or creamy off-white tones is something we’re seeing more and more of.
4. High-Contrast Marble
Marble countertops with high contrast bold veining are making quite a statement. It’s perfect for book-matching to create intense drama, or doing as a waterfall down the sides of the island. Either way, this new trend is one to watch as I think it’ll be going strong for years to come.
5. Wood Counters
Wood kitchen counters are another popular trend this year.
Wood creates old-world charm and a less utilitarian aesthetic. Wood counters feel like furniture, which visually enhances an area that is likely much more than just a place to cook.
6. Combining Rustic And Modern Styles
It’s fun playing soulful, rustic finishes like unlacquered brass and silver travertine off clean, modern stainless steel, like this Franke chef’s station sink teamed with the solid brass culinary faucet by California Faucets. I also think it’s beautiful when natural stone is used in a honed finish and allowed to patina naturally.
7. Dark Countertops
Dark, deep countertops are the order of the day, according to Renee Hytry Derrington, global design lead at Formica Group.
Homeowners were intrigued with slate tiles that came in black, dark green and multi-colored rust tones. We wanted to design a slate option for countertops that had the same natural cleft detail—but combined with the growing interest in dramatic black stones. Basalt Slate is the result, and one of our most popular designs this year.