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The kitchen, the heart of the home, the place where family relationships are forged, has undergone many changes in recent years. When we are juggling kids and work, we want a space that is easy to navigate and functional too. For the kids, we need to give them a good place to eat whilst as mothers, be able to stay motivated. So what are these trends?

Great customization

The abundance of new industrial materials, the fittings and the design options for the kitchen facades ensure that the kitchen will be perfect for the design taste of the household members, their functional needs and their lifestyle. Everything is possible and customized: the appearance of the kitchen, its contents, electrical appliances and more.

Industrial “look”

In 2021 we will see industrial visibility continue to evolve. Concrete and metals, such as stainless steel, iron, copper and brass in smooth and rough textures, in a matte and glossy finish, in patina, in rust or metallic shades. We will go far with dramatic finishes in special arrangements in high technology or handmade, to reach high levels of sophistication and custom complexity. With Kitchen Cabinet Painting, you can make the room feel like a home.

A new generation of materials

Innovative materials for doors such as: Formicas in the advanced manufacture of high-density nanotechnology and anti-fingerprint coatings, tempered glass cladding or porcelain cladding present new options for kitchen doors. 

Black kitchen – gray kitchen – white kitchen

We seem to have a bolder choice of colors, especially a combination of pastel shades from the fashion world. The pastel shades blend great with graphite gray shades and dark woods. The colored shades blend with natural materials, such as stainless steel, concrete and the like.

Kitchen lighting

We see this trend in home design in general and kitchen design as part of the public space. The public is becoming more and more aware of the issue of lighting and modern technologies provide beautiful, durable and affordable design lighting. More and more cabinets will be lit, inside and out. The development of LED lighting allows for different play of light and the addition of hidden lighting in different places. This is a wonderful lighting for illuminating the work surfaces, for mood lighting or for illuminating the interior contents of the cabinets. And not just for functional reasons. Lighting adds beauty, solemnity, atmosphere and emotion.


From electric cars to the use of recycled and consumable materials. The Green Revolution is part of the kitchen of 2021. We are seeing more and more use of environmentally friendly materials and production methods, without adhesives and other substances that are harmful to health and the environment. More kitchen companies are making responsible use of wood and working on energy-saving production methods. Dedicated cabinets in the kitchen will be dedicated to separating types of garbage and recycling. The smart kitchen is another element. The kitchen, like other key parts of the house, will become smart and we can play music at the touch of a button, find a recipe or order a missing product in the fridge.

In conclusion, the year 2021 entails a lot of fascinating technological innovations and aesthetic designs to make family life much easier.

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Kori is a late diagnosed autistic/ADHD mom. She is currently located in Albany, NY where she is raising a neurodiverse family. Her older daughter is non-speaking autistic (and also has ADHD and Anxiety) and her youngest daughter is HSP/Gifted. A blogger, podcaster, writer, product creator, and coach; Kori shares autism family life- the highs, lows, messy, and real. Kori brings her own life experiences as an autistic woman combined with her adventures in momming to bring you the day-to-day of her life at home. Kori is on a mission to empower moms of autistic children to make informed parenting decisions with confidence and conviction.

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