We know it can be difficult to always stay up to date with the latest trends. Sometimes it’s just as important to be aware of what is falling out of fashion. Discover the following kitchen décors that are out of style in 2024.
Oak Is Out
Once a staple of kitchen design, wooden décor is no longer considered desirable. Whether it be Rustic or Farmhouse, this style of kitchen is being phased out in favour of more vibrant designs. Despite its homely appeals, many modern homeowners are taking a more modern and minimalistic approach to not only designing their kitchen. With less and less traditional style houses on the market, we don’t expect this to change anytime soon.
Red (Not So) Hot
Utilising a red colour palette in your kitchen is a sign of a bold personality with a flair for. However, in 2024, kitchen design is moving away from harsh tones and embracing softer hues. Instead of red, try embracing shades of pink for a more elegant, yet still as colourful, kitchen décor.
White has always been a such a popular and reliable kitchen décor, especially for those looking to achieve a very clean and bright environment. However, lately many homeowners have favoured either warmer or brighter colour palettes when designing their kitchen. The rise in popularity of dual tone designs has also contributed to the downfall of the all-white kitchen with touches of Blues, Greens and even Pinks being introduced to more and more kitchens every year.
Yellow is very bold, outstanding colour. In a kitchen environment it can be difficult to balance, particularly if not paired with a more subtle décor as part of a dual tone design. Our kitchen experts say that bright yellow can often distract from some of your designs best features and offset lighting.