As one of the most frequently used areas in the home, the kitchen has long been one of the most popular spaces of the home to remodel. Staying on top of the trends is important for keeping the kitchen up-to-date and visually appealing, allowing homeowners to enjoy all the time they spend using it. The emerging trend for 2023 is mixing materials and textures, allowing for some creative freedom when it comes to designing the kitchen this year.
To discover more upcoming trends, Fixr.com contacted 62 of the most influential interior design professionals to weigh in with their expert insights into what will prove to be most popular among homeowners when it comes to designing their kitchen in 2023. Their thoughts and predictions can help guide and inspire people to transform their kitchen into a stylish yet functional heart of the home.
Lori Dennis, Inc. contributed to the findings of Fixr.com’s Kitchen Trends Report 2023 by participating in a survey along with fellow experts at the forefront of the interior design industry. By combining their knowledge and expertise on the latest trends and homeowner spending habits, homeowners and designers get an insight into how to get the best out of home design, and the top ways to stay on-trend in 2023.
Here are some of the key findings from the report:
- 65% of experts say homeowners are willing to spend more on a kitchen remodel in 2023.
- Functionality tops the list of reasons for remodels, say 65% of experts.
- 74% of pros agree that mixing materials is the top kitchen trend in 2023.
- Ceramic tiles and vinyl flooring are the most popular affordable materials.
- 71% of experts say homeowners most want a new kitchen countertop.
Access to full report: Kitchen Trends Report 2023
The results were compiled from a survey completed by 62 experts in the interior design industry. Each survey participant was selected for their influential role in the interior design industry, based on their experience, social media influence, and notable projects.
These experts were given a series of multiple-choice and open-ended questions covering a variety of design-related topics. For some multiple-choice questions, respondents were able to choose multiple options.