It will be a coincidence, but in the last 3 completed projects, including my home, the kitchen has been chosen with a resin effect finish.
I don’t think so!
I love the current resin effects, especially in shades of gray, gray-beige, where according to me have the best yield.
Besides, the white kitchen has lost some interest, to make room for pastel colored kitchens (beginning 2018, I was talking about it here) and now to kitchens with darker tones.
Attention: I don’t like the kitchens too dark (except in special cases) or colored. And above all, I do not like to follow fashion trends.
I believe that an opaque white kitchen is always well suited to any context.
However, as a former owner of a total white kitchen, I admit that I wanted something different for the new home. And you know how much I love warm grays.
Precisely for this reason, for my new kitchen I wanted a gray resin effect.
Then I cannot recommend to my customer the finish I most like, and don’t choose it when it comes to my home!
These resin effects have a particular yield depending on the light, like almost all colors that change depending on whether the light is warm or cold.
Speaking about my kitchen, I like to see how the gray takes on different shades depending on the light entering through the windows. In spring, the intensity and warmth of light change and it is a sight to see how the gray of the doors changes, becoming almost a beige.