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Get inspired by the top kitchen decorating trends on Instagram this week


Just in time to wrap up all the last minute remodeling projects before the fall craze kicks in, we’re back this week with the top kitchen trends we’ve seen on Instagram.

Most people spend more time in their kitchen than they realize, and this week’s trends are to transform your meal factory kitchen into a dreamy dining space that makes every meal a luxury.

So if you’re already planning a kitchen makeover, keep reading this week’s top kitchen trends, plus all the details on how you can achieve the look of your home.

Contemporary cabinets that won’t show dirt

The #whitekitchen has had its time, and we’re ready to move on. The combination of black cabinets and white walls, on the other hand, as seen in @kitchen_posts_dailyis reposted from @conklinhouse, provides a similar polished appearance, but will not require constant cleaning.

“Adding black base cabinetry to your kitchen is a chic and dramatic design element for a kitchen,” says John Monte, designer with Elegant simplicity. “All-white kitchens can not only look austere, they are difficult to clean. Black base cabinets are the perfect way to help reduce visibility from everyday wear and tear, and white walls ensure the kitchen won’t be too dark.

Have the look: To enhance your kitchen with that classic look, check out these cabinets Kraftmaid in black onyx.

What if we told you you can have it all: a kid-proof kitchen that also looks like it was ripped from the pages of a magazine? This is the look we got while spying on this rerun of @westelm conceived by @jkath_designbuild, featuring these sturdy chrome and wood bar stools in their farmhouse style kitchen.

“The industry is on the move,” says Carla Gaeta, owner and lead designer of Gemini Design Group, “and touches of plumbing pipes, organic materials and earthy colors combine beautifully to create a trendy urban style.

Have the look: Upgrade the style of your kitchen with a set of these functional and stylish bar stools, shopping the collections at Houzz.

Converted light fixture

Fancy light fixtures are great, but reused ceiling candy that can also hold your plants? It’s even better. Just look at this creative lighting solution using an old ladder that @fermecuisinelove reposted from @cassandradesign.

The combination of a rustic wooden ladder, exposed light bulbs, and hanging plant ties in this farmhouse kitchen is perfect, and we bet this designer found the ladder for next to nothing.

“Reuse, reuse and enjoy,” says Gaeta. “When I design for clients I’m always looking for ways to be creative and unique, and the tendency to reuse an older item gives a space so much character. “

Have the look: If you happen to have an old ladder or a piece of driftwood hanging out, then you might be able to go the DIY route with this trend. Otherwise, we recommend that you check the unique fixtures on Etsy. If you’re on a bigger budget, consider one of the rustic chandeliers in Shades of light.

Vintage milk crate storage

We love new stuff as much as the next person, but there’s something about having these vintage items in a room that really adds to its personality, which is why this little farmhouse vignette from @whitetailfarmhouse catches our attention. Wedged to the side, the milk crate suddenly becomes a functional little shelf without breaking the rustic kitchen theme.

“Converting home decor like this milk crate storage is the perfect way to create a comfortable, casual home that feels preserved over time,” says Monte.

Have the look: Create new storage spaces around your kitchen by purchasing the wooden antiques available through Old farm.

Apron sink

A sink shouldn’t be just the place to wash your hands and prepare vegetables. It could also be the focal point of your kitchen, especially if you choose a stunning wide-basin apron sink like the one pictured in @vivietmargotis the kitchen.

“Kitchens are places of gathering, the heart of homes, and ultimately a place where many people spend a lot of time adding features that make the kitchen less utilitarian,” says Monte. “Not to mention that these sinks generally offer a larger, deeper basin for cleaning or preparation. “

Have the look: Apron sinks come in a variety of finishes, including fireclay, marble, and even concrete. You can find the perfect one for your kitchen by purchasing the models at Wayfair Where Dax.



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