Kitchen renovation trends 2021: Houzz survey findings

Houzz’s study found that almost all kitchen renovation projects — 94% — involved some work on cabinets and 63% replaced kitchen cabinets altogether. Some, however, chose to conduct partial kitchen updates. But of the 31% who did, 28% added at least a few cabinets, which is a quadruple increase from 2019.

ExploreHere are 2021′s interior design trends according to Atlanta experts

A drop in desires for open-concept

Spending more time at home with your loved ones can lead to an increase in the space you may want — or need — away from them. So while open-concept kitchen designs have been the norm for nearly half a century, according to Bob Vila, it’s now been pushed out of favor.

In 2021, 43% of people wanted an open concept compared to 53% in 2019. Homeowners who opened their kitchens to an outdoor space sat at 22%.

Consistent year-on-year kitchen

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Scarlett Moffatt gives fans a tour of her incredible new home including a cinema room and huge kitchen

SCARLETT Moffat has given fans a tour of her glamorous new home after months of renovation alongside her boyfriend Scott Dobinson.

The 30-year-old took to Instagram to show off the huge kitchen, sweeping carpeted hallway and an incredible cinema and games room.

Scarlett showed off her new home after finally completing renovations


Scarlett showed off her new home after finally completing renovations

After completing the home renovations this week, the TV personality filmed as she walked round her home and pointed out her favourite details.

She told her social media following that she’d taken plenty of inspiration from pal and home-renovation queen Stacey Solomon.

Starting the tour at the front door, Scarlett began by announcing that she and boyfriend Scott, 36, could finally call the property “home”.

“I’ve always wanted to do this, I’m Scarlett Moffatt and this is my crib,” the Gogglebox star joked as she walked around the grand entrance area.

The bright hallway features white and grey marble flooring


The bright hallway features white
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4 design ideas for a practical yet stylish kitchen

Design ideas for the heart of your home, including a butler's pantry, a safety step, concealed appliances and more.

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Design ideas for the heart of your home, including a butler’s pantry, a safety step, concealed appliances and more.

The kitchen is both the heart and the engine room of the home. A major selling point of any house, this is where the magic happens – not only is the kitchen a functional area for food preparation, it’s also the place where the family congregates and entertaining begins.

With the right design ideas, you can marry function and form to create a kitchen that serves to entertain while also allowing for a seamless cooking experience. The key is to balance quality materials with practical purpose-driven design features – and, of course, an elegant swathe of ‘just because’ design flourishes throughout.

1. Butler’s pantry

a kitchen with a sink and a window: Looking through the butler's pantry to the kitchen with overhead cupboards finished in bespoke antique glass from Glass Artistry. Calacatta marble from Granite & Marble Works. Hansgrohe sink mixer from Candana. Vase from Ruth Levine. Flowers from Mandalay Flowers.

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Looking through the butler’s pantry to the kitchen with overhead cupboards finished

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Madeleine Design Group Wins First Place At National Kitchen & Bath Association Awards | News

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Madeleine Design Group‘s Ocean Bluff project, located in the suburbs of Vancouver, British Columbia, has taken home First Place in the NKBA’s Design + Industry Awards category for Contemporary Kitchen, Large (250+ sq ft). The win comes five years after the studio began work on what ended up being a four-year odyssey that evolved from a partial renovation plan in 2016 to a breathtaking addition and full remodel of a 10,000 square foot home completed in early 2020.

The project’s original vision: to create a luxurious oceanfront property in total harmony with the natural beauty of its surroundings. Principal designer Madeleine Sloback’s passion for finishing carpentry and millwork is showcased throughout Ocean Bluff, expressed perfectly in the meticulously designed custom wall paneling in the study. The home features an open floor plan filled with multi-use spaces and utilizes

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