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New Year, New Trends

Updated: Feb 7

Published by: The Kitchen Studio

Date: December 2023



With 2024 approaching quickly, many new styles, designs, and trends will emerge. Here are our predictions for the top kitchen and bath trends of 2024!


1| Marble, Marble, Marble


In the new year, we expect to see the resurgence of bold marble veining... in all colors! Not only do we anticipate seeing the traditional whites and greys of Carrera and Calacatta, but we also think that deep browns, reds, greens, and blacks will all be featured as well. The use of natural marble or synthetic alternatives is an impactful way to add a luxurious look to any space, whether it be flooring, countertops, or decorative accents.


@talirothdesigns















2| Embracing the New Year with Wood Stains


So far, 2023 has been the year of light and natural-looking finishes on white oak. Next year we expect to see the re-introduction of medium brown and black stains. We think the rich look of these colors pairs well with the extremely popular white oak look, as well as off-whites and moody hues. Next year we expect to see medium and dark wood islands with engineered hardwood floors throughout the home.


@harris.kenjar @heidicaillierdesign
















3| Elevated Spaces with Tile Patterns


Bold tiles with a traditional flair are coming back! We are already seeing checkers everywhere this year when it comes to tiled floors and walls. Next year, we think there is going to be an even bigger leap to new mosaic patterns, as well as custom-laid tile patterns. Whether you are redoing your bathroom, or just refreshing your kitchen backsplash, 2024 will be the perfect year to customize!


@samsacksdesign @lomillerphoto
















4| Colorful Pairings for the New Year


We are pleasantly surprised to see the widespread acceptance of bold hues in interior design this year! We think this hot trend will be following us into 2024, allowing for bold wallpaper, wall paint, and colorful cabinetry. Our predicted pairings include deep reds with soft blues, ochre yellows with warm woods, and muted green with pinkish accents.


@chantelelshoutdesign @alexanderjamesphoto




















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