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The top 5 trends for a New Year kitchen project

The top 5 trends for a New Year kitchen project

1.      NEW YORK—Are you starting the new year with a new kitchen project? Award-winning designer Toni Sabatino, of Toni Sabatino Style in New York City, offers her top five trends for 2019.

1.      Hidden kitchens: As much as we love being able to see our living rooms from our kitchens, the view from the other side isn’t always as attractive.

2.      “The open kitchen trend encourages lots of hidden storage and fully integrated appliances for a streamlined look,” Sabatino says. “Tall walls of storage and appliances paired with a large island with seating for prepping and entertaining continue to gain popularity. Cabinet manufacturers are creating sliding and pocket door solutions that hide cooking and sink areas as well.”

3.      2. Organic modernism: Next-level minimal modern spaces will integrate natural elements into simplified rooms.

4.      “Wood, stone, iron, matte black and tiles in colours found in nature create a neutral, contemporary look,” Sabatino says. “Accented with industrial-look kitchen furniture and open shelving, this style is sophisticated and family-friendly, as the finishes generally have great durability.”

5.      3. Smart(er) appliances: Smart dishwashers and clothes dryers can already text you when they’re finished. But 2019 is the year that appliances will be even more connected and helpful.

6.      “There are now numerous appliance manufacturers that offer connectivity through your phone or with voice control,” Sabatino says. “This convenience helps you multi-task and save time. New smart features also allow for download of recipes and network-enabled diagnostics for service.”

7.      4. Wireless charging stations: Into 2019, we’re getting our long charger cords off the counters — and away from the splashing sink water. We can now charge wirelessly through our countertops, which helps reduce clutter and inconvenience.

8.      “I think the convenience of wireless, invisible charging stations in kitchen counters will become mainstream,” Sabatino says. “We are never far from our phones, and it seems safer and more convenient to be able to charge wirelessly in the kitchen.”

9.      5. Healthier, easier cooking: Convection steam ovens and induction stovetops are growing in popularity as they become more accessible and easier to integrate and use. They make fast, healthy cooking much simpler. And in 2019, we can get closer to achieving our resolutions with the help of better home cooking.

Toronto Star2019/01/11/the-top-5-trends-for-a-new-year-kitchen-project.html

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