Three kitchen trends that are expected to last
February 16, 2023
A joint release from kitchen suppliers Caesarstone, Thermador and AvA Kitchens has outlined what the companies believe are three 2023 kitchen trends that will last.
Hard countertops are arguably one of the most important components of a kitchen’s design. Caesarstone’s new Porcelain collection marks a leap in technology, functionality, and design by introducing three innovative properties that deliver a high degree of durability, strength and style, according to the release. New high-heat countertops, for instance, form a resilient surface that is extremely resistant and enables direct contact with heated objects.
Connected appliances are Wi-Fi enabled and control appliances remotely through a Home Connect app that works with smart home devices like Amazon’s Alexa. According to Thermador, the future involves even more kitchen technology. Neutral-coloured cabinets provide sustained appeal. While more colourful kitchen cabinets have seen a revival lately, AvA Kitchens says they are not sustainable because colour trends are fickle. “For a safe but stylish choice that will last longer, neutral-coloured cabinets are the way to go,” the company says.