Trends To Watch 2016: Kitchen Remodeling

Here are a few trends to watch 2016 interior design forecasts are promising metallic, mixing styles and materials for a bold statement. As far as Kitchen trends for 2016, three of them stand out specifically and we are hoping the following really catch on.

Soft Color Patterns
Soft color patterns are nothing new as far as kitchen remodeling; they are truly timeless and fit almost all kitchen styles. To give the timeless look a modern twist we suggest to choose tile with a lot of texture or pattern.

Featured image:  Temple Brick Collection  , delivers a gorgeous palette of brick tiles, each featuring glaze and surface variations. Made in the USA, and is a custom order item.

Featured image: Backsplash: Talya Collection designed by Sara Baldwin is a beautiful, lyrical mix of water jet designs that are at home in the bath, kitchen or grand entry.

Mixing textures:
Struggling to make a decision as far as the backsplash and matching counter tops? Good news, according to 2016 kitchen trends forecast, this isn’t an issue anymore. Feel free to go for the total opposite! If you always wanted an exposed brick for your kitchen and are in love with the calacatta white marble for your counter tops, mixing materials in your kitchen is a YES!

Backup option, use a versatile collection and reposition the same texture in different patterns throughout the kitchen. Why? Because most of stones are offered in various finishes and sizes so why not try something knew. Make a statement showing your attention to detail and design knowledge.

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Backsplash: Diana Royal Honed, Featured Collection: Paradise Collection , morphing tones of khaki and sand, the variety of options within the collection are endless.

Colored stainless steel appliances: Trend
We love that idea, especially using black stainless appliances and combining it with a strong backsplash like our vibrant subway tile Temple Brick Collection or adding a black and white twist with our new Barcela Cement Tile Collection. Definitely an interesting kick to a nifty urban loft kitchen.