Your kitchen is the heart of your home. It’s where family and friends come together and where memories are made — that’s why kitchen design is so important. If you’re ready to reimagine your kitchen into a space that not only functions better but also brings warmth and personality into your home, keep these 2023 kitchen design trends in mind.
Double up on efficiency.
In 2023, don’t let your space add (unnecessary) stress to your already busy life. This year, it’s all about embracing functional and efficient kitchen trends.
How? Add a second kitchen sink or even a double kitchen sink to streamline your meal prep time while giving you some grace to hold off on washing big pots and pans.
As sustainability stays top of mind for consumers, more and more homeowners are installing purified water faucets in their kitchens hot water dispensers. People are also leaning into at-home bottle fillers for an alternative option to single-use plastic water bottles. As one satisfied trend-setter puts it, “The water tastes great, we feel super healthy, and we’re helping the environment!”
Make bold choices.
White kitchens are on their way out. Now, the focus is on statement hardware and bold backsplashes. Waterworks’ Bond Amplified collection shows you can even incorporate color into your kitchen faucet handles. Nest Studio’s Geo collection also highlights deep blues, bright reds, and gentle greens as on-trend colors for kitchens in 2023.
You can also think outside the box with uniquely shaped handles on faucets and cabinets, bold hues for your kitchen sink(s), and play with texture with your wall coverings and tile. Traditional metal hardware can be replaced with ceramic or leather accents to create a one-of-a-kind aesthetic, particularly when paired with a Vitraform glass sink.
From left to right: Vitraform freestanding basin, Waterworks’ Bond Amplified collection knob handles, Nest Studio’s Geo collection.
Choose handmade artisan details.
Instead of being all matchy-matchy with your kitchen hardware, shift to selecting high-quality artisan pieces. Not only are handmade artisan pieces one-of-a-kind, artisanal makers have a unique commitment to quality and sustainability, introducing new and unexpected designs into the hardware space.
This commitment to artisanal ingenuity is what inspired Nest Studio’s new hardware lines, like their handmade ceramic Glaze series, traditionally woven screwpine leaf Lauhala series, and made-to-order leather Stitch series. Innovative shapes, colors and materials — that’s what creates a trendy kitchen in 2023.
From left to right: Nest Studio’s Glaze, Lauhala, and Stitch collections.
Ready to jump on the trends?
Whether you’re looking to update your kitchen with new hardware, colors, or installations, Immerse has everything you’ll need for a fresh kitchen design in 2023. Book a showroom tour today.