5 Kitchen and Bath Trends to Inspire Your Designs in 2023
We’re fresh out of the most well-attended KBIS of all time (500 exhibitors and 40,000 people!) and are reflecting on all how much fun is being had lately with kitchen and bath design. We’ve gathered input from editors and designers around the country to identify five of the most definitive design elements to look out for right now. Here’s what you can expect to see in the kitchen and bath in 2023:
In Conversation with Interior Designer Jess Cooney
As was the case for many interior designers during the pandemic, Jess Cooney’s list of projects grew much longer—and the scope of those projects more extravagant—during lockdowns last year. Not only were people nationwide looking to change their homes, many also sought to change their area code.
In Conversation with Farmer’s Daughter Interiors Founder Kelsey Grose
In the summer of 2020, Kelsey Grose, founder of Farmer’s Daughter Interiors, moved into what was once her grandmother’s house on her family’s farm south of Swift Current, Saskatchewan. But first, she had to renovate it, with a newborn in her arms and a toddler underfoot nonetheless.
Top Designers Weigh in on 2022's Kitchen and Bath Trends
While design trends are always in flux, the global pandemic ensured that the ones we’re seeing today have real staying power.
In Conversation with Interior Designer Laura Brophy
A lifelong Southern Californian, Laura Brophy was born in Burbank, grew up in Mission Viejo, and studied at Interior Designers Institute in Newport Beach. Now, she and her husband live among the cliffs of Corona Del Mar, overlooking the Pacific.
Inside the New Precious Metals Collection
Native Trails’ 25th anniversary required something extra special. The brand started out humbly back in 1996—with CEO and founder Naomi, then a college student, regularly escaping California’s central coast to travel around Mexico, forging relationships with artisans she met and filling her van to the brim with handmade wares she took home to sell.
Introducing NativeStone in Charcoal
As of July 2021, all NativeStone products are available in Charcoal—a rich matte black finish. This means there are now five finishes to choose from in the NativeStone family.
25 Years of Native Trails
Veering off the beaten path has always served Native Trails well. It’s been 25 years since Naomi Neilson, then an intrepid college student, started the company in 1996.
Why the Cottagecore Trend Is Here to Stay
More than an interior design style, cottagecore is a lifestyle, even a movement, extending to what can be worn, eaten, and read, to which hobbies are pursued and what music is listened to.
5 Kitchens Where Only a Copper Sink Would Do
Diamonds are forever, and so is a copper sink. Not only can it be difficult to tell a new copper sink from an old one, but if you have a passion for patina, you’ll find your copper sink only gets better with age.
5 Interior Design Trends to Invite into the Home in 2021
The pandemic has left no corner of everyday life untouched, including those tastes and trends driving the future of interior design.
5 Key Elements of Industrial Farmhouse Style
Industrial Farmhouse is about taking the farmhouse off the farm while salvaging many of the elements that make the farmhouse aesthetic timeless.
5 Reasons to Consider a Brushed Nickel Sink for Your Kitchen
Considering a brushed nickel sink for your home? We talked to interior designers about why they continue to use Native Trails' sinks in their kitchens.
Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott Share Their Design Tips
When we arrive on site at the Property Brothers shoot in Nashville, the set is buzzing with crew, makeup artists, and prop stylists. Fresh flowers and food decorate a freshly renovated kitchen that features our very own Farmhouse 3018.
Concrete is Key in this Luxury Vacation Home Remodel
Made from cement and naturally sustainable jute fiber, NativeStone kitchen and bath sinks complement the modern rustic aesthetic of this luxury home.
Single Bowl vs. Double Bowl
Since the invention of the kitchen sink, homeowners and designers have been debating the merits of a single bowl vs. a double bowl.
Swedish Country Meets California Cool
After 16 years of interviewing celebrities for People magazine, Ulrica Wihlborg moved from Hollywood to a quiet coastal town in Sweden.
Why Polished Metals Can Really Make a Space Shine
See how our favorite Polished Nickel and Polished Copper installations add warmth and interest to almost any kitchen or bath style.
Native Trails Talks to HGTV Designer Leanne Ford on her quirky design aesthetic and finding creative inspiration everywhere.
We chat with HGTV designer Leanne Ford about thinking outside-of-the-box to reshape and revitalize unconventional living spaces.
Tour a Chic Modern Farmhouse
Kelle Contine Interior Design used raw materials, bold accents, and our NativeStone sinks and tubs to design this modern farmhouse with a twist.
Meet Pearl: You’re Going to Love Her
Meet Pearl, our NativeStone concrete finish that is a one-of-a-kind white. Here are five reasons that Pearl is practically perfect in every way.
8 Trends in Kitchen and Bathroom Sinks
Here are eight kitchen and bathroom sink trends gained from trade shows, industry experts, shelter magazine editors, consumers and interior designers,
Learn why you should choose Native Trails’ polished or brushed nickel over traditional stainless steel or another luxurious alternative.
What Every Lover Should Know About Copper
If you've sunk into a copper bathtub and felt like a deity, there’s a reason why. Here are some fun copper facts, for Valentine's day and beyond.
Expert Interior Designs from Charmean Neithart Interiors for Creating a Minimalist, Texture-Rich Asian-Inspired Kitchen Design.
Blinged-Out Wet Bar
A wet bar is a place in your home where you have permission to be glamorous, which is why this brushed nickel bar sink is perfect.
Contemporary Kitchen Design
What is a contemporary kitchen? In our mind, it’s a space that feels both ageless and fresh. The lines are clean and simple.
A Lefty-Friendly Kitchen
Top tips for creating the left-handed kitchen of a lefty'’s dreams. Lefties approach life—and their kitchens—differently.
Bathroom Design Trend: Apron-Front Sinks
The apron-front sinks craze has officially made its way into the bathroom, as have all things rustic and farmhouse-inspired.
Top 10 Times Native Trails Appeared on "Property Brothers"
Hit home renovation reality TV series “ Property Brothers ” features multiple Native Trails product cameos. See some of our favorites.
Why Sink Grids are the Kitchen Accessories You’ll Wonder How You Lived Without
Sink grids are the easiest and most effective way to protect the bottom of your kitchen sink from wear. See how grids keep your sink safe and stylish.
Modern Rustic Design
Today’s modern rustic homes hit all the right notes with builders and homeowners who seek eclectic spaces with the warmth and charm.
Make Your Kitchen Smell Like the Holidays
The holiday season, which so many of us associate with kitchen scents of spiced pumpkin and cinnamon apple cider and vanilla bean.
Decorating for Your Rustic Retreat
"Rustic décor is not what it used to be. Gone are the days when rustic style meant beds made from logs, antlers above a stone fireplace..."
Go Glamorous in the Kitchen or Bath with a Brushed Nickel Sink
With their distinctive texture and sheen, and their proven durability, a brushed nickel sink by Native Trails has become an industry favorite.
5 Ways Concrete Is Trending in Home Design
Tables and sinks, floors and walls; discover how versitile cement can be. Read on for our favorite examples of concrete in home design.
The (Unlikely) Inspiration Behind Native Trails Product Names
From creating to refining, there are many fun challenges along the way to creating a Native Trails product. One of them is finding the product's name.
Farmhouse Style in the Kitchen
The farm kitchen is the one you want to spend time in. From today’s farmhouse style kitchen, you can almost hear the rooster crowing
Building Better Projects with Jessica Steely
Semmes is well known for their philosophy on sustainability, a belief system that company President Jessica Steely embodies and exemplifies.
A Farmhouse Sink by Any Other Name
Call it what you will – farmhouse sink, apron sink, apron front sink, or simply “farm sink” – there is no denying the intrinsic appeal.
The History of the Lazy Susan
We commissioned artisans to craft a copper lazy susan for our decor line, and its popularity soon called for additional sizes and materials.
The History of Trough Sinks
Trough Sink History: Learn how the trough sinks of today have evolved from rustic, functional feed boxes into darlings of the design world.
Natalie Du Bois: Diversity and Longevity
Natalie Du Bois takes kitchen and bath design very seriously. You can see that in the number of awards her spaces have won,
10 Uses for a Lazy Susan
A Lazy Susan makes mealtime (and party time and all times) more fun, as is has a way of stealing the hearts of those who take it for a spin.
Kitchen Idioms - Everything But the Kitchen Sink
Idioms insert a punch of personality and a dash of color to the English language. Here are a handful of our favorite kitchen-and-bath related idioms.
10 Beautiful Backsplash and Tile Ideas
Tiles offer a foolproof way to upgrade a home and add a dash of color— and glamor. Read on for our 10 favorite tile ideas.
10 Fabulous Kitchens with Farmhouse Sinks
Need some kitchen design inspiration? Here are ten gorgeous, luxury kitchens, all featuring hammered-copper farmhouse sinks.
5 Reasons to Love Prep Sinks
No matter what you name it, Kitchen Prep Sink, Bar Sink, or Veggie Sink, learn why homeowners are adding secondary sinks to improve time in the kitchen.
The History of the Farmhouse Sink
From hand-filled dishpan to architectural focal-point, learn how form and function shaped the history of the farmhouse sink.
Apron Sinks in the Kitchen
Apron sinks forward orientation eliminates the counter-top that causes the user to lean forward and strain more than necessary.
Why Copper Turns Green
Copper is a living metal, meaning it has a wonderful capacity to protect itself from the elements, called a patina and won't turn green!