March 13, 2024

Design Trends for Kitchens and Baths in 2024

Remodeling your home is an opportunity to get a fresh new look while also modifying the space plan to better suit your needs. Once you’ve lived in your home for a few years you find things that you love about it and things that aren’t as convenient as you’d like. If you plan to live in your home for another few years, why not get the space you’ve been dreaming of?

As Denver metro remodelers, our job is to stay on top of national trends as well as local preferences. We want you to have access to the coolest innovations that make life easier and the sought-after upgrades that enhance your resale value. That’s why we have a Jr. Designer on staff who researches local trends to share with our design team. And why we pay attention to the latest in national advancements in product design.

We recently attended the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) to see the debut of new products and features. At the show, many product manufacturers unveiled what they’ve been innovating over the past year.

10 Home Design Trends for 2024

1. Health and Wellness

A focus for 2024 is on well-being. Look for products to nourish, rejuvenate, and calm your body.
Kohler showcased a new shower system that allows homeowners to choose from up to 12 water outputs and add steam, creating the ultimate spa-like shower experience.
Delta shared a new tankless reverse osmosis system, which filters out more than 90 contaminants including lead, microplastics, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, nitrates, and heavy metals from your drinking water.
An innovative sauna was also debuted that combines dry heat with sound and lighting features to create a soothing experience.

2. Beauty

The SpaViva hand shower features two spray types and attachments that magnetically dock to the shower head and rotate at three speeds. A body massager features five massage points while a scrub attachment exfoliates skin.
A Collage medicine cabinet also took center stage. Configurations include interior and exterior lighting with brightness and color temperature controls. Integrated power outlets, accessory and makeup storage bins, plus side cabinets with tinted glass doors make your morning routine anything but routine.

3. Vintage Looks

Several brands released products with vintage appeal.
Perrin & Rowe kitchen faucets draw on the midcentury architecture with curves and contours.
Moen is offering a new line that takes inspiration from architectural details found in the 1925 Cleveland public library building, combining contemporary and vintage styles.
Kohler’s new Malin vanity leans on classic Shaker style and includes reeded fronts and mushroom knobs.

4. Bridge Faucets

This typically traditional style of faucet is resurging with updated details.
Delta launched a collection inspired by classic columns while Riobel is bringing a modern approach to the classic bridge.

5. Details

Products launched at KBIS this year reveal designers obsessed with details.
The new Venezia line includes a faucet with glass handles in a choice of colors and styles.
Ruvati revealed a HexBottom kitchen sink that features an etched geometric print that protects against surface scratches.

6. Warm Neutrals

Warm neutral colors are favored over stark whites and cool grays. Cambria has found that homes are undergoing a transformation, shifting away from the starkness of whites toward a palette with color and warmth.
Caesarstone showcased a Gold Finch quartz while Cambria launched several new warm neutral styles including Annaleigh.

7. Sustainability and Eco-Friendliness

Kohler announced the company’s first sink to be constructed of more than 70% recycled materials including ceramic and cast iron left from the manufacturing of other products. This sink is hand-crafted with a stone look.
The Transcendence tile collection is made from nearly 100% recycled materials and won an award in the Sustainable Standout category.
JennAir won an award for Game-Changing Innovations with their new refrigerator line. Its doors have a vacuum-sealed interior that allows for more capacity within the refrigerator and can be recycled at the end of its life.
Sustainability and Eco-Friendliness
Kohler WasteLAB Vox® Sink

8. Seamless Kitchen Appliances

Some of the newest products from major appliance manufacturers have been designed to blend with the kitchen. A new Obsidian Matte Black finish with glass-fronted appliances is now available.

9. Small Space Appliances

Urban condos, carriage homes, and cottages are creating demand for compact appliances. Enter the 24-inch Professional series induction range.

10. High Tech

Winning Best in Show, consider the wireless charging device that can be integrated into any countertop material. The FreePower system can charge up to three devices at once, showing a lighted box through the surface when charging. It can integrate into a kitchen or bathroom countertop, a nightstand, or any stone or engineered surface in a home.
Many of the newest appliances for kitchens and laundry areas are smart. A washer that dispenses the right amount of detergent for your load. An oven that can identify ingredients and offer recommendations as well as capture time-lapse videos for social posting.
And of course, the latest in high-tech toilets includes voice control functions, a heated seat, various wash modes, temperature settings, a dryer option, a night light, and automatic UV light cleaning.
FreePower Charging Devise

The Interior Designers at Striking Remodels by Bell would love to hear about your remodeling goals. Call for a complimentary design consultation and learn about the newest innovations that can simplify your life.