Trends for Cabinets and Counters at KBIS 2019
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Trends for Cabinets and Counters at KBIS 2019

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sbruffett wrote:
are those wine refrigerators? thanks in advance for a reply! - Love the cabinets!
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The Coveted Kitchen

These are custom mahogany shelves with wine bottle cut-outs within a glass front cabinet.

The bottom includes matte black wine pegs that are great for displaying wine! Thank you for the compliment- We created this design with Cabico's Elmwood Series for KBIS- No wine fridges although you could easily incorporate a wine fridge into a space like this with a custom panel.

Karen, The Coveted Kitchen

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Flawless Interior Design wrote:
Where is this Trend coming from?? - 90% of my Clients are asking for light or outright White Cabinets with soft color countertops, where we spalsh color is on the backsplash. I am just wondering.
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Darker colors are te trend in Europe.In the last Milan International Fair the trend was for darker kitchen cabinets as well as darker appliances

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Erin Carlyle added this to New Looks for Cabinets and Countertops Emerging in 2019
Photo by Alix Angelopulo of HouzzCabinets Emerge in Dark ColorsWhite cabinets remain the most popular choice for kitchen renovations, with wood and gray in second and third place, respectively, according to Houzz data. But a number of vendors are seeing new interest in darker cabinets. Reps from Cabico, a custom cabinetry company in Canada, say many visitors were interested in their matte black cabinets on display at KBIS (shown in this photo).

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Marlene Puentes added this to Marlene's ideas
working hard on kitchen remodel for tiny space
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Photo by Alix Angelopulo of HouzzCabinets Emerge in Dark ColorsWhite cabinets remain the most popular choice for kitchen renovations, with wood and gray in second and third place, respectively, according to Houzz data. But a number of vendors are seeing new interest in darker cabinets. Reps from Cabico, a custom cabinetry company in Canada, say many visitors were interested in their matte black cabinets on display at KBIS (shown in this photo).