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Have you been toying with the idea of revamping your kitchen and think 2015 may be the perfect time to take the plunge? Before you start searching for a pro to tackle the project, it’s important to think about what you’ll need and how you can improve your kitchen setup, as well as what you want the Types Of Kitchen Cabinets space to look and feel like. It’s also worth reading up on emerging kitchen trends, which may provide a spark of inspiration and, ultimately, influence the design of your new cooking zone. Though we can’t write your dream kitchen wish list for you, we can lend a hand with a list of design elements that are on the rise. We recently caught up with three designers who shared their short lists of kitchen design and decorating ideas they believe will be the biggest trends of 2015. They also offered expert advice on how you can incorporate these ideas into your space. "1. Furniture-style design features. Interior designer Greg Natale predicts that furniture-style cabinetry and other features will be one of the top trends in 2015. This approach marks another Types Of Kitchen Cabinets step in the evolution of the kitchen as the hub of the home and a treasured space the whole family can enjoy, rather than just a functional area that’s used for food prep and cooking alone. “The incredible designs available celebrate the different elements of the kitchen as pieces of beautiful furniture, not just workstations, which allows people to bring their own personal, warm, welcoming touch to this space,” he says. 2. Airy (and user-friendly), open shelving. “We are seeing a trend toward using open shelving as a practical solution for the kitchen space, rather than simply for display,” says Sydney kitchen designer Kesha Pillay of Art of Kitchens. “Open shelving personalizes the space, making it feel lived in and warm, while Types Of Kitchen Cabinets keeping the kitchen functional and easy to use.” 3. Wallpaper that wows. Want to add interest and character to your cooking zone? Incorporating wallpaper — which will be a major trend in 2015, according to kitchen and bathroom designer Lee Hardcastle — into the design of your kitchen is the perfect solution. “Wallpaper provides an easy way to add visual impact, even in small amounts,” Hardcastle says. “Wallpaper gives you the control of complementing the architectural elements throughout the kitchen or adding a beautiful contrast to an otherwise simple color palette.” 4. Modern traditional style. Designs that marry modern and traditional elements will be one of the most influential looks of 2015, according to Pillay, who says that homeowners are shunning ultrasleek, Types Of Kitchen Cabinets contemporary kitchens in favor of spaces that are “warm, homey and reflect themselves.” 5. Ceilings that make you look up. Next year will see statement-making ceilings, says Hardcastle, who designed the striking kitchen seen here. “For a long time now, we have all forgotten to look up. More emphasis will go into ceiling design, in terms of shape, features etc.,” he says. “Whether it be through the use of lighting, bulkheads or coffer ceilings, or the addition of classic embellishments, our ceilings will become part of the room’s beauty once again.” This showstopping kitchen features a bulkhead with decorative molding, exotic zebrawood detailing and colored LED lighting.ZEITRAUM6. Luxe metallics. While silver, chrome and stainless steel are three metallics commonly used in the kitchen, next year warmer metals, like gold, copper and bronze, will have their moment to shine, according to Natale. “Metallics in all their forms were prominent at [Paris design fair Maison & Types Of Kitchen Cabinets Objet], from copper to bronze to gorgeous gold, and I’m a fan,” the designer says. “The texture and gleaming finish of metallics provide a stunning accent to most palette choices.” 7. Touch-me textures. “There’s a move toward using more textured and tactile materials,” Pillay says. Natural marble and granite in honed finishes, as well as engineered stones that replicate raw finishes, are a few materials we’ll be seeing a lot of next year, the designer says. 8. Beautiful black. If you’re not too set on a colorful or an all-white kitchen, then look to the other end of the spectrum and consider choosing black as the dominant tone of your culinary zone. Natale says black will be one of the “It” colors in kitchen design next year. Why? “We spend so much time in our kitchens, Types Of Kitchen Cabinets and I think that more and more people want to make them a really special space. Black makes a strong, sleek statement,” he says. 9. Minimal wall cabinets. Want a kitchen that feels open, airy and not too top-heavy? Then we’re sure you’ll appreciate this look, which Pillay predicts will be on the rise in 2015. “Open-plan kitchens are now being designed with fewer wall cabinets, though obviously this depends on the size of the kitchen and storage for the client,” she says. 10. Repetitive patterns. A major trend that Hardcastle is seeing is a move away from geometric Types Of Kitchen Cabinets patterns and toward elegant, repetitive motifs instead, which he says will take shape in the form of laser-cut plywood or steel panels, wall coverings, door inserts and tiles (as seen here). 11. Tribal-inspired tones. Not a fan of all-white kitchens or monochromatic color schemes? Then you’re in luck, because vibrant, attention-grabbing hues are making a comeback in the kitchen. If you’re not too keen on investing in colored cabinetry or appliances, consider painting an accent wall, like the mustard one shown here, or introducing decorative elements in one of these hues that will Types Of Kitchen Cabinets be easy to replace once your love affair with the color comes to an end.Andrew Mann Architecture12. Vertical-joint wood paneling. Another trend that we’ll be seeing plenty of in 2015 is V-joint wood paneling, according to Natale. “It’s a dynamic, eye-catching way of introducing detail to a space, enlivening an expanse of one color and using angles to bring a little movement to surfaces,” he says of the lining boards. He recommends integrating this trend into a kitchen by way of a paneled ceiling or cabinetry, both of which will add an extra layer of interest.Greg Natale13. Shaker style. Classic Shaker-inspired kitchens never seem to go out of Types Of Kitchen Cabinets style, but Natale says this simple, timeless look will be particularly popular in 2015. “I think a lot of people like to keep things traditional and appreciate the textural beauty of wood, which was a big factor at Maison & Objet this year,” the designer says."