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Hey loves, I know some of you have been thinking about sprucing up the kitchen but are unsure of what direction to go in. I thought it was about time for me to help with some ideas and give you all the scoop on some of the latest trends in 2021, and get a peek at what others are doing.
In this post I’m going to be sharing everything, from paint colors to accents and accessories for the kitchen. Ive been curating some ideas from across the web and have seen some really trendy kitchens I thought I should share so you can finally get those touches added to your kitchen you’ve been dying to get around to.
Let’s start with one of my faves... kitchen colors
Set the tone and aesthetic for your space with the perfect color for your kitchen. Earlier this year Rachel from Sugar Maple blessed us with some amazing paint ideas for 2021. Some of my faves were listed under “Bold Blacks” and “Warm Whites” with Tricorn Black and White Pepper being my faves from each pallet.
You can find the full list below to help you choose from some of the most popular colors this year.
Blues & Greens
Whites & Blacks
Other Popular Colors
Looking for a quick way to update your backsplash without it being too expensive or looking cheap? I’ve some amazing backsplash options at tictactile.com. You can find a few of my faves below:
One of my favorite tables is from Morgan at @ourwintonhome. Her and her husband custom makes these tables in Alabama. This is more of a traditional modern farmhouse table and you can have one custom made by dropping her a line on her Instagram page @wintonfarmshomedecor
The beauty of farmhouse is that you can mix and match things however you want. It’s about the individual and the pieces that speak to you.
I love how Hersha from @cutewithcognac mixes rustic farmhouse with a little coastal. Her table is beautiful, and she adds her own touch to it buy adding a coastal sphere with a few beach vibes.
You can add a lot of character to your space with the kitchen seating you choose. You can mix things up with mismatch chairs or you can keep it simple with a cohesive look.
I have to admit, I kinda love the idea of mixing and matching. I love what Kay from @onceupona1912 did with her dining room set by mixing in wicker with distressed metal.
I also love what @madebycarli did here with her wingback and Windsor chairs.