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CASA TRÈS CHIC: REVISTA DE FIM DE SEMANA

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CASA TRÈS CHIC: REVISTA DE FIM DE SEMANA

CASA TRÈS CHIC: REVISTA DE FIM DE SEMANA

We saw so many beautiful kitchen trends in 2016: tons of marble, rich blue and black cabinets, open shelving, and a mix of materials. While we don't think these things will disappear overnight, we definitely see a shift ahead. If you're thinking about redoing your kitchen soon, or are just design curious, read on for what you can expect to see more of in the coming year, and why we think that's the case.

The New Kitchen Trends We're Anxiously Anticipating

We saw so many beautiful kitchen trends in 2016: tons of marble, rich blue and black cabinets, open shelving, and a mix of materials. While we don't think these things will disappear overnight, we definitely see a shift ahead. If you're thinking about redoing your kitchen soon, or are just design curious, read on for what you can expect to see more of in the coming year, and why we think that's the case.

Todo me encanta! Col

Todo me encanta! Col

In a space-starved kitchen, it's tempting to go the all-white route, but the Brewers instead (thankfully!) opted for a layered mix of materials, including reclaimed South Carolina barnwood (the cabinets and shelves), galvanized metal (the countertops), soapstone (the sink), and even unlacquered brass (the hardware). The best thing about the materials, says Michael, is that "nothing is too precious. Everything about the kitchen—and the house, really—is designed to take wear-and-tear. The more…

This Tiny Maine Cottage is the Epitome of New England Charm

In a space-starved kitchen, it's tempting to go the all-white route, but the Brewers instead (thankfully!) opted for a layered mix of materials, including reclaimed South Carolina barnwood (the cabinets and shelves), galvanized metal (the countertops), soapstone (the sink), and even unlacquered brass (the hardware). The best thing about the materials, says Michael, is that "nothing is too precious. Everything about the kitchen—and the house, really—is designed to take wear-and-tear. The more…

CASA TRÈS CHIC: REVISTA DE FIM DE SEMANA

CASA TRÈS CHIC: REVISTA DE FIM DE SEMANA

Simple black and white kitchen with textured tiles and natural wood colors

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Simple black and white kitchen with textured tiles and natural wood colors

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