Design Trends for 2024 for Kitchen & Bath from (KBIS) 

Design Trends for 2024 for Kitchen & Bath from (KBIS) 

After the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS), the world of kitchen and baths is brimming with exciting design trends for 2024 that cater to both style and functionality. This year, we’re seeing a fusion of vintage aesthetics, high-tech solutions, and the soothing embrace of warm neutral tones. From retro-inspired fixtures to cutting-edge smart appliances, homeowners are embracing a blend of old-world charm and modern convenience. 

Additionally, the trend of bringing spa-like luxury into the home continues to grow, with a focus on creating personal wellness retreats right in the heart of the home. Join us as we explore the top kitchen and bath design trends of 2024, and discover how you can transform your space into a haven of comfort and style.

Personal Wellness Retreats

This year more than ever, people are all about nourishing, rejuvenating, and chilling out in the comfort of their own homes. And the industry is offering new products to satisfy this need. 

Kohler Anthem Collection

Photo Credit: Kohler

The Kohler’s Anthem+ shower system is like having a spa right in your bathroom. It’s got up to 12 water output points, steam features, and a digital control panel for the ultimate shower experience. Plus, they’ve teamed up with Studio F.A. Porsche to create the S11 sauna, blending dry heat with cool lighting and sound effects for some serious relaxation vibes. 

And let’s not forget about Delta and Brizo‘s cool water filter systems that make your shower and drinking water cleaner and fresher. These innovations are turning bathrooms into personal wellness retreats where you can unwind and take care of yourself without ever leaving home. If you are prioritizing your wellness this year, consider adding a purified water system to reduce impurities. 

The Timeless Look of Vintage

Looking to add a touch of vintage charm to your kitchen or bath? You’re in luck! Several brands are bringing back retro styles that are sure to make a statement in your home.

Perrin & Rowe’s Southbank collection of kitchen faucets is inspired by the midcentury architecture of London’s South Bank neighborhood. With curves and contours that echo midcentury furniture, these faucets are a perfect blend of style and functionality.

Kohler is also tapping into its archive with the Heritage Colors collection, reviving original colors like Peachblow and Spring Green for sinks, tubs, and toilets. The collection now includes three archival green hues, adding a pop of color to your bathroom.

Kohler Heritage Collection

Photo Credit: Kohler

For a groovy 1960s vibe, check out Franz Viegener’s Groovy faucet collection, featuring a grooved, retro look that’s sure to impress. Moen’s Smyth line combines contemporary and vintage styles, with details inspired by the 1925 Cleveland Public Library building.

Photo Credit: https://franzviegener.com/bath/collection-Groovy

Photo Credit: Franz Viegener

If you’re a fan of the classic Shaker style, you’ll love Kohler’s collaboration with interior designer Shea McGee of Studio McGee. The Malin vanity features reeded fronts, delicate door framing, and mushroom knobs, while the Seagrove vanity channels midcentury modern style with tapered legs and a warm neutral hue.

Kohler + Studio McGee

Photo Credit: Kohler + Studio McGee.

These vintage-inspired collections are packed with style and storage, making them perfect for adding a touch of nostalgia to your home.

Warm Neutral Tones

A delightful shift is currently happening in home design. Homeowners are stepping away from the stark whites and cool grays of yesteryear, opting instead for warm, inviting neutral tones. Gone are the days of crisp white backgrounds; now, it’s all about the soothing creams and taupes that bring a sense of comfort and coziness to any space.

Take, for instance, Caesarstone’s Gold Finch quartz, a stunning addition that infuses warmth and depth into your home decor. Summer Kath, from Cambria, notes that this shift signifies a larger transformation towards homes that radiate warmth and color. Cambria’s Annaleigh, among other warm neutral styles, is now available for preorder, ready to transform your space into a welcoming oasis.

Laminam, a top porcelain surface manufacturer, has also embraced this trend with their Cristallo Gold in the new Diamond series, adding a touch of luxury and warmth to any room. Similarly, Neolith’s Calacatta Roma style brings elegance and warmth, perfect for walls, flooring, and countertops, creating spaces that are not just stylish but also inviting and comfortable.

These trends are more than just design choices; they’re about creating a home that feels like a warm embrace, a place where you can unwind and recharge. So, embrace the warmth, and let your home be a reflection of your cozy and welcoming spirit.

Innovative Home Solutions

The design world is abuzz with excitement over innovative solutions that are transforming kitchens and bathrooms. One standout is FreePower’s wireless charging device, which seamlessly integrates into any countertop material. This compact yet powerful device can charge up to three devices at once and discreetly hides when not in use, perfect for adding convenience to kitchen countertops, bathroom counters, nightstands, home offices, or any stone or engineered surface. It’s no surprise that it won the Best in Show award, and it’s available now to revolutionize your charging experience.


Photo Credit: Ruvati

Ruvati’s new wet bar workstation sink is also impressive with its clever glass rinser feature, ideal for bartenders and home entertainers. This convenient addition allows you to rinse cocktail, beer, wine, or coffee glasses with ease, simply by placing the glass facedown on the rinser and pressing down for a quick, efficient clean.

In the realm of innovation, Kohler stands out with its Rista sink, a stunning 3D-printed ceramic masterpiece hand-finished by artisans, adding a touch of artistry to any kitchen or bathroom.


Photo Credit: Rista

Smart appliances are taking center stage, with washers that automatically dispense detergent and ovens that act as kitchen assistants. Signature Kitchen Suite’s 30-inch double wall oven, from their new Transitional series, features a built-in camera and AI technology that can identify ingredients, offer recipe suggestions, and even allow you to monitor your dish as it cooks—all through an app.

And for the ultimate in luxury and technology, Kohler’s Numi 2.0 steals the show with its voice control, heated seat, various wash modes, dryer option, night light, and automatic cleaning features. It’s a true blend of luxury and technology, turning every trip to the bathroom into a spa-like experience.

Embracing the Design Trends of 2024

The kitchen and bath design trends in 2024 offer a blend of nostalgia, innovation, and comfort. From vintage-inspired fixtures to high-tech solutions and warm neutral tones, homeowners have a wealth of options to create spaces that are both stylish and functional.

As you consider updating your home, why not take inspiration from these trends? 

Whether you’re dreaming of a spa-like bathroom retreat or a kitchen that blends old-world charm with modern convenience, Gather & Spruce is here to help.

Schedule a design and remodel consultation today and let us help you transform your space into a haven of comfort and style. Your dream home awaits!