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Prioritizing long-term trends while exploring the latest innovations and design techniques to spark new inspiration, the Bertazzoni Kitchen trend Report will help you discover new ways to find joy within the kitchen. Beyond the Bertazzoni family’s expertise, this report was informed by insights from top designers, and proprietary data commissioned to uncover the latest American homeowner insights.
"Sustainability is core to our belief system, and for us, that means not only being thoughtful of the environment when designing our products, but infusing sustainability with truly remarkable style to empower consumers to choose better-for-you products that also deliver the design impact they're looking for." -- Nicola Bertazzoni, Chief Operating Officer of Bertazzoni.
While biophilic design has been on the rise for years, including nature-inspired elements, eco-conscious materials, and energy efficient appliances. Today's consumers are demanding more - taking environmental considerations and aesthetics into account in our spaces.
Design: Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs / Photos: Mike Davello
"Induction Junction, What's Your Function?" When it comes to sustainable design, induction cooking is one of the fastest-growing technologies for consumers to embrace, and Bertazzoni offers the widest range of induction cooking appliances in the market, with stylish options for any aesthetic.
"As an engineering brand, we've always thought of design as the intersection of form and function, creating appliances that perform just as beautifully as they look. We've applied that same philosophy to our growing induction portfolio — and are striving to help elevate the category by introducing sleek, stylish induction options across all of our product series." -- Nicola Bertazzoni, Chief Operating Officer of Bertazzoni.
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Whether looking for a refresh, a complete renovation, or a new house, homeowners continue to prioritize investing in kitchens.
"Speaking for myself and my clients, the kitchen will always be one of the most important spaces in a home. I recently purchased a property solely based on its generously sized kitchen, which I plan on renovating with Bertazzoni's iconic Heritage Series appliances. The kitchen will always be a game changer for buyers — and brands like Bertazzoni offer matching appliance suites to create impact for any style." -- Orlando Soria, Interior Designer & HGTV "Build Me Up" Host
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“Back kitchens” or “prep kitchens” are one of the hottest new premium kitchen trends, with a growing number of Americans aspiring to create a separate, discrete space for food preparation. Homes with back kitchens allow an open, “front of house” entertaining space to host family and friends with an adjacent space to keep food prep and used dishware out of sight.
Bertazzoni offers one of the widest portfolios of compact appliances, including 18" dishwashers and refrigerator columns and other space efficient cooking products.
Design: Smitherickson Designs Inc. / Photo: Michelle Johnson
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Bertazzoni's recently introduced Collezione Metalli collection has quickly become a top seller, with homeowners increasingly open to mixing metals within their home's decorative finishes. Demonstrating a growing appetite for sophisticated contrast and personality, these jewelry-inspired knobs and handle elements bring refined, decorative details to the kitchen.
Bertazzoni's growing portfolio of high-end finishes like real gold, copper, and black nickel-plated finishes create high-quality design statements.
While stainless steel has long been the best-selling material for appliances, it’s become an increasingly sophisticated option thanks to stylish options from leaders like Bertazzoni. Once a utilitarian choice, manufacturers now offer a wide range of stainless surface treatments, ranging from polished to brushed to help create depth and bring subtle shine to kitchens. Today’s homeowners are embracing refined, industrial finishes and incorporating stainless everywhere from their appliances to their fixtures, furniture, backsplashes and even countertops.
Open shelving is officially out, and instead, homeowners are embracing more sleek, integrated styles like enclosed cabinets and built-in or flush-to-cabinet appliances, which homeowners find enticing. These more functional options allow seamless, custom style with little maintenance.