Kitchen Trends For 2023 | From color schemes to flooring ideas

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If you want to give your kitchen a makeover, the following 10 designs and ideas are going to be extremely popular with homeowners next year. If you want a minor change or an entirely new look, there are several ways to make your kitchen unforgettable.


In 2023, kitchens will be sleek, yet multifunctional and sustainable. They’ll show that it is possible to have an eco-friendly household without having to sacrifice style or convenience. If you thought open-concept living was already big, just wait until 2023 when kitchens will do away with walls and barriers altogether. Consequently, the kitchen becomes a part of the house where all furniture fuses together. By using matching materials and having common features, the countertops, cabinets, dining room table and chairs, bathroom fixtures, etc. work in cohesion. The result is a contemporary and revitalized space that is perfect for both work and entertainment.

Open kitchen design with lights over the sink

Kitchen Color Trends for 2023

When it comes to color schemes, the focus of 2023 will be on natural materials and calming colors. Think neutral tones like whites, grays, browns, and blacks – all in combination with wood-grain elements for a cozy yet modern atmosphere. To add a pop of personality without making the space appear too busy or chaotic, you can incorporate accent colors like deep blues, forest greens, and dusty pinks. This way, you’ll be able to create a timeless yet stylish kitchen that will stay in style far into the future.

Modern kitchen with lighting over the sink



The kitchen is not an exception when it comes to zen decoration. The five elements (Earth, Water, Fire, Wind, and Space) affect our everyday lives – even inside the comfort of our homes. And what is the heart of any home? The kitchen. This is why 2023 will be all about embracing the elements and making them part of our everyday lives. Hang a wind chime near your kitchen window, decorate it with wicker baskets filled with fresh fruits, and add decorative plants to create a natural atmosphere. Also, incorporate some handcrafted pieces such as pottery or clay sculptures – it is these pieces that will make your kitchen truly unique.


Mix of Materials

Overall, the kitchen is an incredibly versatile space where you can express your creativity and personality while at the same time staying on top of current trends. So don’t be afraid to take risks in 2023 – mix materials and colors, add natural elements and create a space that speaks for itself. Not only does it look great in the kitchen, but it also works well in the dining area! This way you can bring some extra texture to your kitchen furniture and really enrich the whole environment.

The kitchen furniture usually has a similar style and uses common materials and colors. At most, a couple of finishes are combined to create a unique look. If your kitchen is quite plain and lacking in color, you can easily spice it up by adding a brightly colored dining table and chairs.

Kitchen Tiles

Perfect for those who like to switch up their kitchen decoration often, tiles in classic neutral colors are a popular wall choice because they will always look great. Warmer shades of neutral tones can make any size kitchen appear more spacious and bright.

White is one of the most popular colors for kitchens as it creates a bright, clean look. White can be paired with natural wood tones, granite or concrete. The photo below shows that we can also go for bold colors in furniture or other decorative accents.

White subway tile in kitchen

Marble or Granite Countertops

Marble and granite countertops are true classics that have been popular for decades. Modern yet timeless, they add an elegant touch to any kitchen. Colors for 2023 go from lighter shades of gray, white, and beige to darker tones like black or deep blue. The best part is that marble and granite come in a huge variety of colors, so you can easily find one that will make your kitchen stand out from the rest!

No matter what colors, materials, or decorations you choose for your kitchen, it’s important to keep in mind that the overall look should be one of cohesion and balance. By combining elements in a harmonious way, you can create a kitchen space that is both functional and visually pleasing.

Open kitchen design with lights over the sink

Wood Countertops

Wood countertops are a beautiful option that can look traditional or modern depending on the style. Whether you choose an untreated natural look, a glossy finish, or a distressed and stained piece – wood adds warmth to any kitchen space. When picking out colors for 2023, warm hues like cherry, oak, and walnut are the way to go!

Concrete Countertops

Concrete countertops are an affordable, classic option that will last–not to mention they look great in any kitchen, especially ones with a modern or minimalistic design. This year, concrete countertops in shades of gray are particularly popular. Monochrome color schemes are also very on trend for 2023, so don’t be afraid to combine different tones of the same color for a unified look!

Sustainable Flooring

As people become more aware of the environmental damage that humans cause, they are more likely to choose eco-friendly flooring for their homes. Flooring options that are environmentally friendly, such as wood, natural plant-based carpets, rubber, wool, and sisal have gained popularity in recent years, and we anticipate their continued fame.

If you’re considering a kitchen overhaul, go with ceramic tiles. They’re more wear-resistant than other options and can stand up to chemicals and moisture. Plus, they come in lots of different finishes—matte, embossed, rough, or glossy—so you can choose the look that fits your style best.

Traditional custom kitchen design in Miami house

Kitchen design contemporary gables

Kitchen Design Condo

Traditional Kitchen in White

Porcelain or wood-look laminate

Wood-look porcelain and wood-look laminate flooring is a more practical option than solid wood flooring. The patterns and shades available mimic the look of real wood very well. Both types of flooring look like hardwood floors and come in long, narrow planks. Wood-look tile flooring comes in a vast number of colors, so you can find the perfect hue to complement your home. Tile that looks like oak, walnut, and Brazilian pecan are some of the options available. The styles available include shabby chic, rustic, modern, and sleek.

An advantage of choosing porcelain tile is that it does not absorb water, making it an ideal material for floors in areas where spillage is more likely to occur. In contrast, laminate flooring may initially be more affordable, but it doesn’t last as long as other types of flooring as they are susceptible to moisture damage.

Modern waterfall island kitchen design

Limestone Tiles

Limestone tiles let you add a touch of elegance to any room with their wide array of colors, ranging from soft tones of beige to light grays. The minerals and fossils embedded in the tile make it perfect for an elegant look inside or outside your home.

Polished Sandstone

Sandstone, like limestone, is a durable and practical choice, ideal for kitchens, and its texture also provides a good grip for walking.

Concrete slab floors

Microcement is a type of cement that can be used for a variety of different applications. It is especially useful for creating smooth, seamless finishes on surfaces.

Concrete slab floors are excellent choices for kitchens, especially those with an industrial style. If you want a concrete floor in your kitchen but aren’t sure which type to choose, consider a traditional concrete slab floor.

Geometric Patterns

Geometric patterns have been popular for centuries and will continue to be so in the foreseeable future. This timeless trend can be seen in wallpapers, tiles, flooring, soft furnishings, and much more. If your walls are bare, adding geometric patterns is an easy way to make any room feel livelier or to add some visual interest.

By adding geometric patterns to your decor, you can create interesting details that will enhance the look of any room without being overwhelming.


Whether you’re looking for some inspiration or are just curious about what’s coming next, these kitchen trends in 2023 will help you design the perfect space. From design ideas to color schemes, you can have the kitchen of your dreams with minimal effort and cost. Let’s get started!

With these trends in mind, there is no limit to what you can do with your kitchen in 2023. Whether you want to make a statement or create an oasis of calm and relaxation, the possibilities are endless. Make your kitchen unique by thinking outside the box with design ideas and color schemes!

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Hi, I'm Kathy!

I am an expert color consultant with over 30 years of experience in interior and fashion design. I help both residential and commercial clients create unique looks for their homes and businesses.
Clients often come to me seeking sharp attention to detail, reliable work, and an excellent sense of design--all of which I pride myself on delivering.

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