What's Hot & What's Not: Kitchen Design Preferences

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What's Hot & What's Not: Kitchen Design Preferences

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Based on insights from kitchen designers as well as homeowners, this study uncovers emerging trends in kitchen design, kitchen attitudes and preferences for colors and finishes for kitchen products.

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Report Length: 48 Pages | Published: 2013 | File Format: PDF


Based on insights from kitchen designers as well as homeowners, this study uncovers emerging trends in kitchen design, kitchen attitudes and preferences for colors and finishes for kitchen products.


 This 48-page report is based on a two-phased study including survey of 250 professional kitchen designers from RICKI's proprietary Kitchen Designer Panel and 1,000 U.S. homeowners (187 who remodeled or made kitchen improvements in the past 12 months). This research was completed in 2013.


Specific topics covered include:


CONSUMERS

Homeowner Attitudes:



  • Shopping & Influence

  • Pain Points of Current Kitchen

  • Importance of One Open Space

  • Magazines & Websites Viewed Past 30 Days


Style & Finsh Preferences:



  • Style or Look of Ideal Kitchen

  • Kitchen Cabinets

  • Cabinet Hardware

  • Countertops

  • Refrigerator

  • Importance of Matching Appliance Finishes

  • Kitchen Faucet Finish

  • Importance of Matching Faucet & Appliances


DESIGNERS


Kitchen Designs:



  • Design Style Clients Want Most

  • Budget Shifts by Product Category

  • Have Brands in Mind by Product Category


Styles, Features & Finishes Trending Up:



  • Style of Kitchens in Demand

  • Features Expect Clients to Want More in Future

  • Finish & Colors Trending Up by Product Category

  • Importance of Matching Finishes

  • More Inspired by Magazines in Print or Online

  • Business Outlook Next 12 Months

  • 5-Point Recap


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