Trends To Say Goodbye To In The Kitchen

Trends come and go and so that we are not caught with a changed foot, it is convenient to know which ones will soon cease to be. Due to wear, or because they have been with us for more than five years, some of the most seen decorative trends in recent times will soon cease to be so. So if you are thinking of reforming or changing part of your kitchen, take note of the trends that will soon cease to be so.

1. Hydraulic tiles on the dashboard

Hydraulic tiles (or even their vinyl imitation) happily moved from the floor to the dashboard. On the floor they are still a top trend but not so much on the dashboard where their vintage air patterns are already very 2010. We predict that this trend has little left. Better bet on the cement backsplash, on the same stone as on the countertop, the mirror…

2. Decorative bells?

Gone are the days of bells in unusual and unexpected shapes that look more like a television or a state-of-the-art appliance than a bell.

The arrival of flush-to-the-ceiling hoods (perfect for kitchen islands) and even countertop hoods (placed behind the fires) are the latest and if there is a visible hood, it is hidden in a large drawer prepared for them.

3. Tolix or Eames chairs in the kitchen

Unless you want to simulate that you are in a cafeteria/bakery of a well-known franchise, the chairs, despite their recognized design (Eames chairs are also very comfortable and easy to clean), are very seen inside and outside the home. So you better stay out.

4. The decorative vinyl for refrigerators or washing machines… if they were ever taken

In fact, we’re not sure they were ever trending. But in case it tempts you, forget it. If you want to cover to change a finish, it is better to opt for a smooth vinyl but not printed. Of course no printed fruits or vegetables. We don’t even accept vinyl with motivational phrases on the fridge. The motivation thing is best left to Mr. Wonderful’s agenda.

5. The glossy finish of kitchen furniture

Kitchen furniture is becoming more and more sustainable. New materials like recycled plastics have a satin finish, like velvet but not shiny. The high gloss of the furniture looks a little credit as a sustainable finish and for reflections, mirrors are better.


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Author: Renata Kralevska

Renata Kralevska

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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