Category: Kitchen

Global Modular Kitchen Market Report 2021: Distribution Channels (Online, Offline), Design, Products, Region, Company Analysis, 2020-2027

DUBLIN, Jun 17, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Modular Kitchen Market, Global Forecast By Distribution Channels (Online, Offline), Design, Products, Region, Company Analysis” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Global Modular Kitchen Market will be US$ 28.6 Billion by 2027, from US$ 20.7 Billion in 2020.

Global Modular Kitchen Industry will grow at a healthy CAGR of 4.73% during 2020-2027.

In recent years, global phenomena have changed about Kitchen, as this reflects style and personality. Around the globe, the most common grievance everyone has about kitchens doesn’t have enough space and to overcome these types of grievances, key players

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Kitchen trends 2021: 28 new looks and innovations

We talked to the trend experts to find out which kitchen trends will be big in 2021.

With cool new kitchen brands popping up and lots of innovative design ideas and clever twists on old appliance designs on display in kitchen showrooms across the country, there are plenty of on-trend looks and state-of-the-art appliances to pick from.

Below, we look at the biggest trends and new kitchen ideas in 2021.

1. Concealed kitchens

A minimalist kitchen with white concealed cabinets and dusky pink velvet chairs

(Image credit: Future)

Small space living gives way to even more kitchen innovation, like the kitchen pictures above. This chic open-plan space conceals the cooking area with

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The Year We Spent Making, Baking, Frying And Trying : NPR

A character puts (or takes out) some cookies in (from) the oven, which is shaped like a house to represent the time we're spending at home during the pandemic.
A character puts (or takes out) some cookies in (from) the oven, which is shaped like a house to represent the time we're spending at home during the pandemic.

Renee Horton has spent a lot more time than usual in her kitchen this year.

Horton, a NASA engineer from New Orleans, has been working from home almost exclusively since March. With her desk just steps away from her home’s kitchen, she often tries out new vegan recipes and also makes her classic comfort food staples in between video meetings.

For Horton, cooking during the coronavirus pandemic has meant consistency at a time when everything has changed.

“I think I ate chicken and waffles at the beginning because that was, like, my true comfort food,” Horton tells NPR.

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The 10 Most Popular Kitchen Photos of 2020

This Trending Now story features the most-saved kitchen photos uploaded to Houzz since Jan. 1, 2020.

The most popular kitchens of 2020 span a range of traditional, contemporary and rustic styles. But one thing among them is clear: Clever storage solutions and functional layouts offer universal appeal. See which details in this countdown you’d like to bring home.

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10. Black-and-White Beauty

For this Texas kitchen, the owners requested a chic black-and-white color palette from designer Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs. She delivered with a well-edited mix of black accents — faucet, pendants and cabinet hardware

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Six best kitchens in 2020; they’re not all high-end

There are kitchens that win awards, and then there are the others.

An award-winning kitchen is usually high-end (think expensive materials and extra-large island), and not something most of us can even dare to dream about, although it’s fun to look. We can often take ideas from these kitchens, even if it’s just a detail we particularly admire.

In compiling this list of six top kitchens for 2020 we have included both high-end award winners and finalists, but we have also included a colourful DIY kitchen that didn’t cost a bomb, but looks a million dollars.

Architect Paul Clarke of Studio 2 Architecture in Auckland has won the TIDA New Zealand Architect-designed Kitchen of the Year Award with this kitchen in a new multi-generational house in Mount Maunganui.

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Architect Paul Clarke

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