The Top 7 Kitchen Trends

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When updating your kitchen it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are MainFaucet.com’s top 7 picks for what’s trending in kitchens.

  • 2015 Pantone Color of the Year: Marsala
    2015 Pantone Color of the Year: Marsala
    Each year Pantone proclaims the color of the year. This color is decided upon by a panel made up of representatives from all around the world who come up with a color that will the “it” color for that particular year based on what is trending in popular movies, art, travel destinations, and more. This year, the pantone color of the year is Marsala
  • Gold Fixtures
    Gold Fixtures
    Gold colored finish is no longer an outdated fashion faux paux. Design experts say that gold hardware is making a comeback this year and can be paired with other gold finishes or even mixed and matched with stainless steel or silver.
  • Shades of Coral
    Shades of Coral
    Dubbed Sherwin-Williams 2015 color of the year, Coral will add a splash of optimism and sophistication to any kitchen.
  • Shades of White
    Shades of White
    For those who are a fan of white kitchens, white is in! Not just one shade of white; design experts say it's fair game to combine all sorts of shades together to add a sense of depth to the room.
  • Porcelain Floor Tiles
    Porcelain Floor Tiles
    Porcelain floors provide a great and inexpensive alternative to kitchen flooring. Not only is porcelain cheaper than wood and other more expensive materials, it will last just as long if not longer and holds up well under high traffic a moisture.
  • Quartizine Counters
    Quartizine Counters
    Look out granite, quartzite is quickly becoming the go-to choice for countertops. Not only is it nearly indestructible, it closely resembles its more expensive competitor, marble and unlike marble, quartzite will not stain easily.
  • Copper Backsplashes
    Copper Backsplashes
    Not only is copper a beautiful look that never goes out of style, it is also the most sanitary material you can choose for your kitchen. Copper is a natural bacteria killer.

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