Sunday, January 07, 2018

White Kitchens No More - Only Dullish Characters Love Sterile Looks

Marie Antoinette said the only thing that is new is what has been forgotten, and trends are tied to that thought: something that has been forgotten that is being enjoyed again

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Spit-shined drawer pulls, faucets, and even sinks are starting to look like glaring mistakes. “Slick metals seem as though they belong in a diner with bad vinyl furniture,” said Nashville designer Jonathan Savage of treated metals such as chrome and titanium, which remain impersonal and pristine no matter how often they are touched. “Rose gold faucets and shiny copper can also read as cheap and trendy,” warned Boston’s Ms. Gates. “Anything that looks bright and new and like it was mass produced in China yesterday is something we run away from,” said interior designer Chad James, also of NashvilleTop 5 Interior Design Trends for 2018

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RIP the white kitchen? Make way for metals you want to look unpolished? We polled over 100 designers for predictions on what’s trending and ending in 2018. Here’s the consensus

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