The 10 Most Popular Kitchens on Houzz So Far This Year
Get clever design ideas for your kitchen renovation from these most-saved new photos on Houzz
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This light and subtle kitchen by Brayer Design has its roots in nature, with a combination of a deep green island unit and a natural oak table and chairs. A run of glazing along the back wall and a trio of skylights above the cooking area ensure this room is filled with natural light and create a strong indoor-outdoor connection.
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Dark blue kitchens have been popular on Houzz for a while now, but this combination of moody blue cabinetry and warm oak panelling by Mark Hardy offers a new take on the trend. Warm and tactile while still contemporary, it’s proving a hit with Houzz users.
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This eclectic kitchen by Zoe Willis Design has also been a favourite this year. It combines beautiful materials and earthy colours with a sociable layout for a modern take on a farmhouse kitchen.
The walls are raw plaster, which adds an interesting texture, and Zoe’s team handmade the cabinets and painted them in a sage green to bring some depth to the room.
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In common with the previous kitchen, this popular design by Into interior design, built by Mon Concept Habitation, draws on a soft pink and green colour scheme, pairing mid-green cabinets with pale pink zellige tiles to excellent effect.
This colour combination is one we’re seeing more and more of across Houzz, in both kitchens and utility rooms, as nature-inspired schemes continue to be popular.
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Another pairing of blue floor cabinets with warm oak upper cabinets distinguishes this design by A New Day - Interior Design Studio. This time, the floor cabinets are painted a denim blue and paired with fluted oak cabinets.
Fluted glass has been popular on Houzz in previous months, but a fluted finish on wooden cabinetry is increasingly being seen in recently uploaded projects.
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Traditional Japanese techniques were the inspiration for this kitchen-diner, which feels light, balanced and practical. The cabinetry by H Miller Bros is crafted from British elm and every element of the design was made bespoke for the family who live in the house.
There are no wall cupboards above the sink unit, which adds to the calm, uncluttered feel. In their place is a slatted screen with a light behind, which shines through to cast a warm, dappled glow over the space.
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This kitchen design by piqu is a masterclass in clever storage. Double wall cabinets make the most of every inch of wall space; the island houses three more cupboards and a small fridge, plus, out of shot, there’s a wall of floor-to-ceiling cupboards.
There’s a nod to the trend for fluted glass here, too, in the glazed upper cabinet doors.
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Another beautiful combination of blue units with an oak trim, this kitchen by Ivy Project Management feels warm and welcoming thanks to the open display shelving in the wall cabinets and island unit.
Factoring in space to display colourful cookery books and favourite glassware has allowed the owners to create a kitchen full of character.
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This stylish dark green design by Snug Kitchens features an integrated walk-in larder cupboard fronted with fluted glass, which simultaneously reveals and obscures the contents.
The larder is kitted out with suspended open shelving, a u-shaped sintered stone worktop and brass accents to match the rest of the design.
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The most popular kitchen photo of 2023 so far is this bright and beautiful design by A New Day - Interior Design Studio. Combining a raspberry pink island with rich blue cabinetry, this scheme feels modern and fresh and is packed with crafted elements.
From the fluted panelling on the island to the zellige wall tiles and patterned encaustic floor tiles, this is a scheme that’s rich with detail.
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