5 Home Design Trends Expected to Build Momentum


Stronger storage options

Organization and storage solutions will only continue getting smarter, as clever cabinetry and shelving designs gain even more traction in the year ahead. Houzz anticipates elements such as built-in draw dividers, cabinet pullouts, specialty shelves that elevate heavy appliances to countertop height from a lower cabinet, and designated areas for things like paper towel rolls, baking sheets, aluminum foil and other frequently used items will appear in more kitchens. Multifunctional bathroom storage, including hidden areas for laundry hampers, cubbies in lieu of towel shelves or cabinets, in-drawer outlets with special carveouts to accommodate hair dryers or curling irons, will also burgeon.

Bathroom sink cabinet with organized pullout drawer, Sanibel BV, Unsplash



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