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There’s a good reason why many people refer to kitchens as the heart of the home. Sure, they get a lot of foot traffic daily—from family dinners and intimate date nights to post-school study sessions—but more than that, they act as a microcosm for our daily lives, routine, and outlook. The forms our kitchens take—and the way they morph year over a year—says a lot more about us than just what color we’re loving lately. They reflect back on our priorities, our struggles, and our goals, both for our homes and our lives.
Instead of dialing it in on certain utilitarian aspects of a kitchen’s design (think: the range hood or kitchen sink), designers are incorporating these features into the overall scheme, tying them into the space’s vibe and resulting in a bespoke, considered feel.
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