Five kitchen design trends for 2024

Eurocucina made its comeback in 2024. The event focused on the transformation that this part of the home has undergone post-pandemic. It has shed its constraints, allowing for expansion and integration with the rest of the home, making it an undeniable social hub. From Connections by Finsa, we recommend these five design keys after visiting the premier international fair to stay up-to-date with the interior design trends applicable to kitchens:


Kitchens connected with the rest of the home

The aim is to blur boundaries, and to achieve this, the use of color or dark shades in furnishings facilitates connection with other rooms. Here is a proposal for integration using dark walnut wood, a solution that brings warmth and cohesion between different areas.


From white to solid colors

Gone are the days of limited color choices. Pink and green, in particular, are becoming reference shades for evoking nature and conveying calm and elegance. Want to see an example? Look at this classic marble surface with varying intensities of green. Marble, a kitchen staple, seeks to innovate by applying color, whether tinting its base or its veins. If you also combine it with an ultra-matte, fingerprint-resistant texture, like the Technical Matt range, you’ll achieve a fail-safe total look. And, as you can see, you can apply it to both horizontal and vertical surfaces.


Light stones

The marble mentioned earlier leads us to another 2024 kitchen design trend: the use of very light-toned stones, like this limestone finish that results from a mix of slate, granite, and micro terrazzo. Again, a clear nod to nature and origins.


Textures, even in the kitchen

As we hinted at in this post: 2024 is also the year of textures. We will see many ribbed surfaces, like this black textured Fibracolour, in harmonious contrast with other natural materials, to provide the tactility that a place like the kitchen, where we experience the space through our hands, needs.


Beauty lies within

There is life and plenty of design beyond kitchen fronts. The interior of the cabinets is increasingly gaining prominence, both from a purely organizational and aesthetic standpoint.

An example of this trend is the new GRIP material, an anti-slip mat glued to the board used for the bottom of a drawer, providing both order and anti-slip qualities in a single product.

Are you implementing these key elements in your kitchen designs? Tell us on social media using the hashtag #ConnectionsByFinsa and don’t miss our report on kitchen trends.