Could This Be the Next Big Kitchen Trend?
Spotted around Pinterest: a slew of warm wood kitchens that we wouldn’t mind calling our own. Could this be the next big kitchen trend? We certainly think so. Keep scrolling for some of our favorite warm wood kitchens, and let us know what you think.
In this stunning Chicago kitchen designed by Steven Gambrel, warm wood cabinets complement a barrel-vault brick ceiling and French blue moldings to create a rugged but elegant space.
We love the combination of lacquered off-white cabinets with warm wood ones in this Martin Moore kitchen, not to mention that the hardware is so pretty!
This kitchen invites bare sandy feet, and the lighter wood gives it a casual low-maintenance vibe perfect for a summer beach house.
Warm wood goes great with copper, as evidenced in this minimalist Scandinavian kitchen. The wood cabinets and dining chairs are complemented by warm copper tones and black accents.
No one said warm wood kitchens needed to be monochrome. The pitch-black cabinets and blackened concrete floors look great against the honey maple kitchen island. A marble backsplash and statement brass pendant from Lambert & Fils complete this elegant look.
Another color that looks great against the warm tones of light wood floors and cabinets: teal. We love the addition of brass and teal leather counter stools in this bright Manhattan kitchen.
We prefer our wood kitchen cabinets with a matte finish and visible joinery. It gives this kitchen by Scott & Scott Architects an understated elegance that looks great against honed Carrara marble.
Slated and warm, this tiny Madrid kitchen is right on-trend. The horizontal lines elongate the kitchens, tricking the eyes into thinking that the space is longer.
Warm wood tones in a kitchen don’t necessarily have to be introduced in the cabinets. A wooden ceiling, barstools, or simple wooden bowls and accents can warm up a white kitchen just as well.
Though décor trends are swaying toward minimalist styles these days, this shouldn’t be interpreted as cold. The new minimalist spaces are warm and inviting, despite their simple lines. Covering a wall in reclaimed wood is another way to warm up an otherwise pared-down space.
Light warm woods goes great with brass, but then again, what doesn’t? This Australian kitchen combines a wooden island with black accents, brass upper cabinets and a Carrara marble backsplash to create a look that’s both trendy and timeless.
Darker woods are also on the rise, but don’t think they will look like your grandmother’s wood-paneled kitchen. This dark wood kitchen by Gachot Studios features a stunning marble counter and backsplash, and subtle brass hardware. So chic.
Simple wood-paneled birch cabinets are a great option to introduce in a kitchen that already has a lot of texture: The reclaimed wood floors and painted brick wall require subdued cabinets keep the space balanced.
What do you think is the next big kitchen trend? Tell us in the comments below.