Posted by: The Thermador Team
We love how every new year brings new design elements to the home. Here are some of the exceptional trends that will help you spruce up your space and make it uniquely yours in 2019.
From handcrafted rugs to curated chairs, step into the new year with elements that create spectacular style. 2019 is the year of details. Make way for beautiful one of a kind pieces that will create conversation in the kitchen. Whether you style a room with handblown glassware or finely finished furniture, your pieces will pair perfectly with a sleek collection of stainless steel Thermador appliances.
Designer: Ilivette Hidalgo-Nilsson
A splash of color can add playfulness to a neutral space. A trending shade of pink, Pantone’s Color of the Year: Living Coral, will brighten up your entire kitchen. From accent cabinets to walls full of color, Living Coral is a bold choice to make a room truly pop. It’s versatile enough to pair with bright mustard and orange tones, as well as darker hues like Night Watch Green. Complete the look with sleek Thermador appliances for a full statement-making kitchen transformation that embodies luxury living.
Designer: Bill Ingram
Warmed Up Countertops
This year, warmer and darker countertops provide a departure from the traditional kitchen atmosphere. White and gray marble are classic, but deeper tones will create striking surfaces that a Thermador cooktop can be seamlessly integrated into translating to a sleek, modern space.
Designer: Brandon Williams
The kitchen remains the foundation of the home. Glass dividers separates a room from the rest of your space while adding a stunning element to keep things connected. Dividers are the perfect design element that will keep your guests flowing in and out of spaces on a night of entertaining.
Designer: Marc Thee
Just as we love customizable panels on Thermador appliances, storage spaces in 2019 will be equally customized to complement the home. Conceal pantry and kitchen items with floor-to-ceiling storage walls or built-in bench seating.