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2023 Kitchen Design Trends (You’ll Love)

These 10 kitchen design ideas will dominate in 2023.


The kitchen has always been the heart of our homes, but this highly-trafficked space gained increasing importance during the coronavirus pandemic when millions found themselves housebound and learning to adapt to their smaller worlds.

No longer relegated to just cooking and eating, kitchen duties have expanded, transforming into office, social gathering, crafting, and study spaces. It’s also no accident that over the last few years we’ve seen homeowner interest in kitchen renovations and additions explode.

If a kitchen remodel is on your wishlist, or you’re just looking to spruce up your space—these 10 kitchen design ideas will help you create the kitchen that you’ll love to cook, and do everything else in, for years to come. 

So, what’s in store for kitchens in 2023? 

In no particular order

1. Black Appliances & Details

Black matte or gloss appliances, fixtures, and hardware are perennially ‘in’ and here to stay.

Black refrigerator, range, microwave from Bosch in a wood and white open kitchenBosch black stainless steel appliances

2. Mixed Metals

Bring a touch of modernity to your kitchen by mixing metals. Black and rose gold, nickel and brass, chrome and bronze—mixing metals remains a strong design trend that we’re more than OK with.

Black and gold kitchen faucet called Juxtapose by Kallista in a modern black and white kitchenMatte black with gold accents ‘Juxtapose’ faucet by Kallista

3. Downdraft Ventilation

Downdraft ventilation is discreet, sophisticated, and often, very effective in clearing smoke and odors in the kitchen.If you want a streamline look and ventilation in a space where traditional ventilation may not be possible—here’s your solution.

Dark kitchen island with a large cooktop including induction, grill extraction fans, burners and lit up knobs. Pot with boiling water on the induction panel with smoke being sucked in by the downdraft ventilation.Vario 400 Downdraft Ventilation by Gaggenau

4. Bold Countertops and Backsplashes

Marble, quartz, concrete, granite or terrazzo…the options are endless, and the choice is yours. 

Modern black and white zebra pattern kitchen island in front of a white and dark wood kitchen and large stainless steel refrigerator.Cambria Surfaces Bentley style

5. Built-in Coffee Machines

The days of having ugly appliances sitting on countertops are gone. Or could be. Indulge in a barista-like coffee every day with a built-in coffee maker that seamlessly blends in with your environment. 

Built-in coffee machine by Wolf in a black and gold bar area with a wine refrigerator, nook with glassware and decoration elements.Wolf Built-in Coffee Maker

6. Design Sinks

Banish the basic basin—the statement sink is having a moment and we’re here for it. If you’re looking for a way to upgrade your current space but want to avoid a major renovation—this could be the way to go. 

Farmhouse style kitchen sink in polished copper with a back faucet, black countertop with a green bouquet, gold cup with figs and board with cut butternut squash. Farmhouse 30 Sink in Polished Copper by Native Trails

7. Pop of Color

The timeless look of an all-white kitchen isn’t going to be losing popularity anytime soon. However, if you want to imbue your kitchen with a bit of personality, introducing a splash of color might be worth exploring. 

Viking range in black forest green with a iron cast pan on top, in a classic white kitchen with silver bar handles, marble countertop with a cup with fruits, bottle and glass of red wine.Viking Range in Black Forest Green

8. Non-Stacked Appliances

Placing your appliances horizontally, as opposed to stacked, is a popular, modern trend and can make it easier to access control panels, doors and interiors.

Modern all white and marble kitchen, with handleless appliances, two ovens next to each other, one island with a sea view.Miele Generation 7000 Appliances

9. Workstation Sinks

Whether you’re preparing, cooking, serving, entertaining, or cleaning—sleek, innovative sink workstations can make your life easier. Your guest’s ooh’s and ahh’s won’t hurt either. 

The Galley sink workstation in natural golden bamboo. One large bowl with tortilla chips, 6 medium containers with sauces like salsa and guacamole and 4 small round containers with garnish like chopped tomatoes and lime. The Galley Sink Workstation in Natural Golden Bamboo

10. All-In-One Faucets

Hydrate your family while adding intelligence and innovation to your kitchen with a faucet that delivers filtered, chilled, boiled and sparkling water.

Rose gold kitchen faucet by Zipwater in an all white kitchen and silver sink. 1 glass of water with mint and raspberries, one clear tea pot and clear glass full of red tea.HydroTap by ZipWater


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