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Trending on Remodelista: Kitchens 101

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Trending on Remodelista: Kitchens 101

October 12, 2018

This week the Remodelista editors explored trends in kitchen design (and collected tips for getting their own kitchens in order ahead of the holiday entertaining season). Here are five ideas to steal:

Oversized Pendants

Above: In a Tahoe kitchen by ABD Studio, a pair of oversized industrial lights hangs over the dining table.

Julie has been noticing “statement-making oversized pendant lights in some of our favorite kitchen/dining projects.” See more in Trend Alert: 7 Oversized, Sculptural Kitchen/Dining Pendants.

Undercounter Refrigerators

 Double-Drawer Refrigerator Modules from Monogram are \$3,000 for a set of two with tubular steel handles.
Above: Double-Drawer Refrigerator Modules from Monogram are $3,000 for a set of two with tubular steel handles.

“One of the advantages of refrigerator drawers is that they’re cabinet-depth, so they can be tucked in unobtrusively, freeing up other parts of the kitchen,” writes Margot. She rounds up her favorites in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post.

High/Low Cabinets

In Lisa Jones&#8\2\17;s remodeled London kitchen, cabinets are Ikea boxes paired with custom cabinet fronts from Naked Doors. Photograph by Richard Round-Turner, courtesy of Lisa Jones.
Above: In Lisa Jones’s remodeled London kitchen, cabinets are Ikea boxes paired with custom cabinet fronts from Naked Doors. Photograph by Richard Round-Turner, courtesy of Lisa Jones.

See more in A Star Is Born: A Rehabbed London Maisonette from a Newly Minted Designer, High/Low Secrets Included.

Task Lighting

Above: The Prouve Potence Lamp is $2,130 from Design Within Reach.

Julie deconstructs the lighting and other elements that created A Glamorous London Kitchen in Marble and Brass in this week’s Steal This Look post.

Paint-Only Remodels

Here is Danielle Arceneaux&#8\2\17;s DIY Kitchen Remodel for Under \$500. She used Benjamin Moore Advance Alkyd Paint in White Dove. Photography by Manuel Rodriguez via One Kings Lane.
Above: Here is Danielle Arceneaux’s DIY Kitchen Remodel for Under $500. She used Benjamin Moore Advance Alkyd Paint in White Dove. Photography by Manuel Rodriguez via One Kings Lane.

“Lately we’ve been admiring DIY kitchen makeovers involving little more than paint applied to dreary wooden cabinets,” writes Margot. How to best tackle such a project on your own? See How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets: 5 Tips from a Master Painter.

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