Luxury Kitchen Design Trends You Won’t Want To Miss In 2018

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

luxury styles for the kitchen in your custom home

This year, custom kitchen design trends are moving toward sleeker, more modern tones. Many buyers are spending thousands of dollars to create their dream kitchen alongside their custom luxury home builder. Some of the most popular features include recycling baskets, more storage features, larger countertops, and wireless appliances. Whether you love transitional, Western, contemporary, traditional, or Tuscan style homes, a professional home builder can provide you with a home that is comfortable and exquisite. The following are just a few of the design options that are available to you when building a custom luxury home.

Appliances for your custom kitchen

Appliances are one of the most important features you can purchase for your home. With so many products and options to choose from, you are sure to find the right appliances and equipment for your dream kitchen. Some of the most commonly used, versatile, and reliable brands for appliances include Miele, SubZero, Viking, and Lacanche. Your custom home builder can help you choose everything you need for your kitchen, including the perfect appliances to match your unique sense of style.


This company has been providing high-quality luxury products for over one hundred years and prides itself on sleek, easy-to-use designs. If you are looking for a diverse range of styles, you can choose everything from cooking and oven accessories to refrigerators, ranges, coffee machines, and wine conditioning units. Miele’s electric, induction, and gas CombiSets are perfect for homeowners that have envisioned a modern and convenient kitchen for their luxury home. This appliance provides you with virtually everything you need for cooking, including ranges, grills, storage, and more.


SubZero is a trusted company that has been providing appliances with a timeless appeal to homeowners for over seventy years. There are an infinite number of designs and styles you can choose from for your kitchen, and appliances from SubZero, Wolf, and Cove can meet any design tastes. You can choose from customizable, full-size and undercounter refrigerators and wine storage to ranges, built-in ovens, range hoods, and dishwashers.


Another well-known name in luxury kitchen design is Viking. Their innovative products include ranges, refrigeration, beverage coolers, and dishwashers. Viking’s line of products is known for its versatility and ability to blend in beautifully in any luxury kitchen. The refrigerators boast customizable front panels and modern technological features like LED lighting, specialized storage options, and enhanced temperature controls. Viking appliances come in a variety of colors and offer energy efficient, forward-thinking capabilities to create your dream kitchen.


This company develops sophisticated and bold appliance designs inspired by French artistry, as well as high-quality technology. Their ranges can be completely customized to fit your needs, whether you need a simple oven or a large unit with multiple warming cupboards and cooktop options.

Technology in custom kitchens

Home assistants are now providing advanced technology and changing the way people cook in their custom kitchens. Even appliances are becoming more advanced, with wireless features like temperature assistance in ovens and touch screen refrigerators that help keep you organized.

Experience professional luxury custom home design with Hunter Corp

At Hunter Corp, we value our clients and the confidence they place in us to build high-quality, luxury homes. Our custom designs are unique and meticulously designed to meet your needs. We have an in-house architect and interior designer to make the building process easy and enjoyable. Speak to one of our professionals today about how we can help build your dream home. You can call us at (806) 418-2744 or Contact Us by email for more information about Getting Started on building your custom luxury home. We are licensed in Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Hawaii.