The Best Kitchens of 2022 | Kitchen Design Tours From 7 Different Interior Designers

The Best Kitchens of 2022 | Kitchen Design Tours From 7 Different Interior Designers

Today, @DesignerHomeTours brings you The best kitchens from 2022 from across our first season of home tours. Take a look at the 2022 kitchen trends – from white kitchens to modern farmhouse kitchens; this episode explores the best in the design of everyone’s favorite room. We include small kitchen design ideas, kitchen storage hacks, and kitchen cabinet layout design ideas for any style or home. Join the best interior designers today as they walk through the how and the why of their kitchen design, sharing kitchen design tips, actionable advice, and a whole lot of inspiration. From modern vs. contemporary interior design and colorful kitchen ideas, we have them all.

Let us know which one is your favorite in the comments below!

00:00 – Intro
00:14 – Modern Farmhouse Kitchen
01:42 – Modern White Kitchen
02:19 – Traditional White Christopher Peacock Kitchen with Walnut Cabinetry
02:51 – Classic deVol English Kitchen
03:54 – Scandinavian Minimalist Kitchen
04:24 – Small space kitchen storage ideas
05:21 – White Smallbone Kitchen with Soapstone Countertops
06:09 – Closing

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  1. W J on January 26, 2023 at 4:01 am

    I love Liz Caans kitchen…beautiful feminine maximalism style

  2. Arman Avagyan on January 26, 2023 at 4:34 am

    You’re videos are short yet so much information to learn)

  3. Genoveva Mancilla alcantara on January 26, 2023 at 4:35 am

    Por favor podrían activar los subtítulos en español. Gracias!.

  4. Gabriela Galescu on January 26, 2023 at 4:55 am

    Except from the deVol kitchen and the one with the chalkboard, all the rest are quite boring. Also some sad examples of more money than taste. Like the one with a six foot sink and three islands. Why not a parking space too for an indoor golf cart? The guy bragging about a not-walnut door made to look like walnut was weird too: he acted like he invented faux finishes (which are old news and super tacky, in my opinion).

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