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Jan 9, 2019

According to Houzz, one of 32 home design trends that will rule in 2019 is wood on wood kitchens.

“Many of the most popular kitchen photos in 2018 featured lots of wood, and it’s easy to see why. Wood adds loads of warmth and character, and it pairs well with whites and grays, two of the most popular colors for kitchen cabinets and walls,” stated Mitchel Parker.

Designer Jennifer Ott noticed an increase in interest for medium-tone woods, rather than super dark or super light woods. Medium-tone woods include Grothouse exclusive species Kensington™ wood and Saxon Wood™, Sapele Mahogany, Teak, Walnut and Zebrawood. To achieve a medium-tone you can choose a lighter wood, like Ash or Maple, and then select a Grothouse stock stain. Custom stain matching is also available.

Wood on Wood Kitchens

Using different elements of wood is also used to add charm to kitchen designs. The farmhouse kitchen style trend that has been gaining popularity every year for the past three years, according to the recent Houzz kitchen trends report.

Wood on Wood Kitchens Farmhouse Style Designs This Old House Idea House 2018

Nat Rea Photography

This farmhouse style kitchen was part of the This Old House® Idea House 2018 in Narragansett, Rhode Island. A Grothouse Walnut wood countertop was custom crafted for the kitchen island. In addition, Walnut wood shelves were crafted by Grothouse to match the island countertop. Stools with wooden seats and wood floors tie in this wood on wood kitchen.

Visit the virtual Grothouse Image Library to see more designs of wood on wood kitchens. Follow @grothouseinc on Instagram and @woodcountertops on Pinterest for daily wood countertop inspiration!

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