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8 Tips for a Timeless Kitchen

8 Tips for a Timeless Kitchen

Creating a timeless kitchen design requires careful planning and attention to detail. There is nothing worse than spending your hard earned money to create the kitchen of your dreams just to have it look dated in a few short years. Here are some tips to help you create a truly timeless kitchen.

1. Choose a neutral color palette

Neutral colors like white, beige, and gray are timeless and won't go out of style while creating a light and airy feel. If you simply have to indulge, choose an accent wall rather than a full on paint job. We're looking at you, millennial pink.

2. Invest in quality materials

Quality materials like natural stone, hardwood, and stainless steel are durable and timeless. They may cost more upfront, but they will last longer and maintain their appearance.

3. Keep it simple

Avoid trendy designs and stick with classic styles that have stood the test of time. Simple cabinet designs, for example, are timeless and won't become dated. You can always change the color for much less than a full cabinet replacement.

4. Focus on functionality

A kitchen that is designed to be functional and efficient will always be in style. Consider the flow of the space and how it will be used when designing your kitchen.

5. Mix and match styles

Instead of going with one specific design style, consider mixing and matching different elements to create a unique and timeless look. For example, you could pair modern appliances with traditional cabinetry.

7. Add texture

Incorporating texture into your kitchen design can add depth and interest without relying on trendy patterns or colors. Consider adding texture with natural stone, wood finishes and lively greenery.

8. Decorate with Items you Love

That beloved 15 year old piece of pottery you made in art class or sentimental card your daughter gave you? Keep those items around! A timeless kitchen can sometimes feel "cookie cutter", and it's a great idea to keep items that spark joy and you will never get sick of.

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