Design Trends: Two-Toned Kitchen Cabinets

Update your kitchen with a pop of color or hint of contrast with two-toned kitchen cabinets. Adding this trend can give your kitchen the face-lift you’re trying to find! Whether it be adding a statement color or simply lightening up some wood, this trendy addition highlights key features and introduces color diversity to your kitchen. Take a look below for some fresh inspiration.

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Two-toned kitchen cabinets are officially all the rage, like in this kitchen with the lighter upper cabinets and darker lower ones. Click through for more info on two-toned cabinets.

Two tone kitchen cabinets!

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Design Trends: Hexagon Tile Patterns

Nowadays, the regular old subway tile just won’t cut it anymore.  We might feel the need to spice up our humble-abode to give it that fresh look! Playful tile shapes, like the hexagon, can give any room a bold look that will leave guests gazing. Use this shape for kitchen back-splashes, flooring throughout the home, and bathroom design. Take a look at a few of these hexagon tiles for inspiration! All images via our Pinterest

pretty teal tile in the kitchen

Hexagon i vit och grön marmor hos Stonefactory.se

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Clad in black hexagon floor tiles accented with white grout, this well appointed mudroom features a river rock boots tray placed beneath a built in wood bench fixed against a white shiplap backsplash fitted with oil rubbed bronze hooks mounted under white overhead shelves stuffed with wicker baskets.

White Marble Hexagon Tile from British Ceramic Tile. These tiles are a great option if you want the marble look in your kitchen but without the maintenance of a marble worktop.

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