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Homeowners are embracing bold colors, choosing purposeful spaces and leaning away from quartz in favor of natural stone in their kitchens, according to a panel of interior designers speaking at “20x20 Story: Kitchen Styles, Finishes and Materials for the Coming Year” at the International Builders’ Show.

The panel, comprised of interior designers Nar Bustamante of the Nar Design Group, Jeanne Chung of Cozy Stylish Chic, and Christopher Grubb of Arch-Interiors Design Group, shared their experiences with clients and identified common trends they are seeing that are likely to continue through 2024.

Demonstrating these trends with a portfolio of recent projects, in a lightning-fast, 20-second-per-slide format, the panelists explored kitchen trends that see homeowners drilling down on design details, rethinking the functional opportunity of the kitchen, and taking advantage of a central space at home to promote creativity and self-expression.

In addition to bespoke metal accents, slide-out, toe-kick, banquette and hybrid open/closed storage, lighter woods, split plumbing fixtures, layered lighting, and integrated breakfast eating space, these are some of the top kitchen trends for 2024.

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