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2021U.S. Houzz KitchenTrends Study Houzz Inc.1

Houzz Inc.ContentsBig Ideas3Scope & Spend5Look & Feel16Products & Features21Methodology & Appendixes33 Houzz Inc.2

Big Ideas:COVID-19-Related TrendsThe COVID-19 pandemic has impacted home design, as people have been spending more time at home.The following findings from the 2021 Houzz Kitchen Trends Study may be a result of adapting spaces to fitnew needs.Storage in DemandStorage was key in 2020, with nearly all kitchenrenovators performing some work on their cabinets(94%) and nearly two-thirds replacing all kitchencabinets (63%). Of the 31% who opted for partialChanges in OpennessThe number of renovating homeowners creating anopen-concept floor plan by opening up their kitchento other interior spaces has dropped dramaticallysince 2019 (43% in 2021 versus 53% in 2019).cabinet upgrades, 28% added at least some cabinetsto their newly renovated kitchen, nearly 4 times asmany as the previous year.Pantries AplentyOutdoor ConnectionThe percentage of homeowners adding orOne in 5 homeowners opens the kitchen to anupgrading a pantry space also grew, with 46%outdoor space (22%), which is consistent withupgrading their pantry cabinets, up three percentageincreased demand for outdoor home professionalspoints from last year, and the number adding a walk-on Houzz.*in pantry growing to 13% from 10% the previous year.This report is designed for an 11-by-17-inch page format.To print on 8.5-by-11-inch paper, select Fit to Page in the printsettings prior to printing.*Data was gathered from “Houzz Reports Nearly 60 Percent Increase inDemand for Home Professionals,” August 2020. Houzz Inc.3

Big Ideas: DesignKitchen Spend Consistent Year on YearIsland Cabinets Stand OutThe median spend on major kitchen remodels (in which all theContrasting colors make renovated kitchen islands pop. Forty-cabinets and appliances are replaced) completed in mid-2020one percent of renovators differentiate their island cabinet colorremained stable at 35,000. The median cost of a minor remodelfrom the colors in the rest of the kitchen. Blue and gray are theto a large kitchen is almost two and a half times higher than thetop choices for nearly half of homeowners with contrasting islandcost of a minor remodel to a small kitchen, at 12,000 for a largecabinets (47%), while only 13% choose these colors for their mainkitchen and 5,000 for a small one.wall cabinetry.Backsplashes Extend UpwardFaucets Feature High TechHomeowners who update their backsplash are going all-in, as anHigh-tech features appear in more than half of upgraded faucetsincreasing number install the backsplash from the countertop alland nearly 1 in 3 upgraded appliances (29%), up four percentagethe way up to the upper cabinets or range hood (68%). Thoughpoints from the previous year. A quarter of new faucets boastwhite is still the top choice for backsplash color (37%),water efficiency (26%), followed by a no-fingerprint coating (22%)multicolored is the second choice (18%), showing that many wantand touch-free activation (21%).to make a statement with the backsplash.Hardwood Flooring Steps Down, Vinyl Steps UpFollowing the spike in interest for hardwood flooring in 2019, itdropped six percentage points and returned to the No. 2 position(23%), after ceramic or porcelain tile (24%). Vinyl continues togrow as a desired flooring material, with 19% choosing vinyl orresilient flooring in 2020, up six percentage points from theprevious year. Houzz Inc.Neutral With Hints of ColorRenovated kitchens continue to feature neutral tones of gray,white and beige on wall surfaces. That said, some kitchenrenovators are going for somewhat colorful, alternative looks,including blue walls (7%), gray flooring (14%), multicoloredbacksplashes (18%) and black appliances (10% choose blackstainless and 6% choose another material in black).4

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Deteriorating Kitchens IncreasinglyTrigger RenovationsThe decision to remodel is increasingly triggered by old2019Events Triggering Kitchen Renovations*20202021kitchens that deteriorate or break down (30%), now thethird most common trigger for kitchen renovations, upfrom fourth place the previous year. In fact, kitchenWanted to do it allalong and finally havethe means40% #37%33%deterioration trigger is at the highest level seen inHouzz’s six-year history of tracking kitchen projectmotivators. Meanwhile, finally having the means remainsCan no longer stand theold kitchen35%34%the top motivator to renovate (40%), up three34%percentage points from the previous year.Old kitchendeteriorated or brokedown30% #27%17%28% #Wanted to personalizea recently purchasedhome31%29%*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21(2021 study), 2019-20 (2020 study) and 2018 -19 (2019 study).14%Recently inspired tomake certain changes#Showsa statistically significant difference at a 90% confidence level between2021 and 2020 study findings.13%9% Houzz Inc.6

Homeowners Scale Back onMajor FeaturesA large majority of homeowners upgrade major featuresin their kitchen during renovation, with countertops andFeature Upgrades During Kitchen cets79%Light fixtures74%Flooring65%Appliances (all)51%Wall finish46%Appliances (some)33%Windows28%Exterior doors19%Interior doors17%Electronics10%backsplashes being the most popular (88% and 83%,respectively). That said, for the third year in a row,homeowners are scaling back on renovation scope. For-2 pp#example, upgrades to sinks are not as widespread,down to 80%. Upgrades to features such as lightfixtures, appliances, wall finishes and interior doors also-2 pp#-5 pp#declined significantly. (See Appendix A for moreinformation and year-over-year comparisons.)*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21.#Percentage point difference between 2021 and 2020 study findings; showsonly statistically significant difference at 90% confidence level. Houzz Inc.-5 pp#-3 pp#-2 pp#7

Renovators Less Likelyto Change Layouts or SizeChanging the layout, upgrading systems and modifyingwalls are the most popular major kitchen modifications(44%, 38% and 34% respectively). Two in 3 renovatinghomeowners keep the size of their kitchen relativelyMajor Changes During Kitchen Renovations*Changed kitchen layout44%Upgraded systems38%Modified walls34%Modified ceiling10%unchanged, while 1 in 3 makes it larger, down threepercentage points from the previous year. Over half ofrenovated kitchens are 200 square feet or more (51%).Changed location5%Modified floor3%Change in Size of Renovated Kitchen**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21.#Percentagepoint difference between 2021 and 2020 study findings; showsonly statistically significant difference at 90% confidence level.Final Size of Renovated Kitchen*About the same67%Somewhat larger (up to 50%)26% -3 ppSignificantly larger (more than 50%) Houzz Inc.Less than 100 square feet#7%100 to 199 square feet200 square feet or more14%35%-2 pp#51% 1 pp#8

Remodels of Large KitchensAre the CostliestThe median spend on a major kitchen remodel (in whichNational Median Spend* for Major and Minor Kitchen Remodels**at least all of the cabinets and appliances are replaced)remained stable in 2020 at 35,000.MajorRemodel 35,000The median spend for a major remodel of a largekitchen (more than 250 square feet) is 45,000, oneand a half times that for a major remodel of a smallkitchen. The median cost of a minor remodel of a largeMinorRemodel 8,000kitchen is far higher than the cost of a minor remodel toa small kitchen—almost two and a half times higher, at 12,000 for a large kitchen and 5,000 for a small one.National Median Spend for Major and Minor Kitchen Remodels By Size***Median spend reflects the spend of homeowners who had completed akitchen remodel by mid-2020 (2021 study).**Major kitchen remodel refers to a remodel in which at least all the cabinetsand appliances are replaced. Minor kitchen remodel refers to all otherremodels.Smaller Kitchen ( 250 square feet)Larger Kitchen (250 square feet)MajorRemodel 30,000MajorRemodel 5,000MinorRemodelMinorRemodel Houzz Inc. 45,000 12,0009

Homeowners Are Less Likelyto Open Up KitchensThe number of renovating homeowners creating anChanges to How Open the Kitchen Is to Nearby Rooms*2019open-concept floor plan by opening up their kitchen toother interior spaces has dropped dramatically since2020202143% #More open to interiors46%2019 (43% in 2021 versus 53% in 2019). One in 553%homeowners opens the kitchen to outdoor spaces22%(22%), consistent with increased demand for outdoorhome professionals on Houzz. When a kitchen is made20%More open to outdoors22%more open to the interior, it is most often integratedcompletely without any wall separation (63%). Whenopening to the outdoors, the most popular choice is viadouble doors or a row of doors (56%). Datawas gathered from “Houzz Reports Nearly 60 Percent Increase inDemand for Home Professionals,” August 2020.*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21.**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are making the kitchenmore open to nearby interior spaces as part of a completed, current orplanned kitchen renovation during 2020-21.***Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are making the kitchenmore open to outdoor spaces as part of a completed, current or plannedkitchen renovation during 2020-21.#Showsa statistically significant difference at a 90% confidence level between2021 and 2020 study findings.New Opening to Nearby Interiors**New Opening to Outdoors***Completely open–no wall separation63%Via double doors orrow of doors56%Somewhat larger(via double or row ofdoors, or wide opening)24%Via single door26%9%Via pass-through window11%Via single door ornarrow openingVia pass-throughwindowIn other ways Houzz Inc.5%11%Complete open-air setupIn other ways6%7%10

Many Add Islands,Many Change LayoutOf homeowners who are renovating their kitchen, moreIsland Changes During Kitchen Renovations*than half add an island or upgrade their existing islandNo change, no island(55%). Nearly two-thirds of renovated kitchens featureAdd an islandan island (63%).Upgrade an existing islandAmong the 44% of renovating homeowners changingthe layout of their kitchen, an L-shaped layout is No. 1(38%), followed by a U-shaped layout (31%), a galleystyle (12%) and a single-wall layout (10%); the latter is upthree percentage points from the previous year.No change, keep island as is7%38%23%55%Add an island or upgrade anexisting islandNew Layout Among Those Changing Layout**44%32%Change kitchen layout*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21.**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are changing the kitchenlayout as part of a completed, current or planned kitchen renovation during2020-21.#Percentagepoint difference between 2021 and 2020 study findings; showsonly statistically significant difference at a 90% confidence level.L shape38%U shape31%Galley12%Single wallG shapeOther Houzz Inc.10% 3 pp#6%14%11

Demand for CabinetAdditions SurgesNearly every homeowner renovating the kitchenCabinet Upgrades During Kitchen Renovations*performs some work on kitchen cabinets (94%). WhileDo not replace or upgrade cabinetsmost choose to replace all cabinets (63%), nearly 1 in 3Replace all cabinetsopts for a partial cabinet upgrade (31%).Partially replace cabinets6%31%Refinishing the cabinets’ exterior remains by far themost popular partial upgrade (60%). In a dramatic jumpfrom the previous year, adding some cabinets is nowmuch more popular, with 28% of kitchen renovatorssaying they have added or are adding some cabinets,an increase of 20 percentage points from the previousyear. Only replacing cabinet doors is also more popularthan in the previous year (25%), up 7 percentage points.*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21.**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are partially upgradingkitchen cabinets as part of a completed, current or planned kitchen renovationduring 2020-21.#Percentagepoint difference between 2021 and 2020 study findings; showsonly statistically significant difference at 90% confidence level.31%63%Partially replace cabinetsImprovements Among Partial Cabinet Upgrades**Refinishing the exterior60%Adding some cabinets28%Replacing doors only25%Replacing some cabinets20%Refinishing the interior14% Houzz Inc. 20 pp# 7 pp#-5 pp#12

Demand for Home ProsRemains StrongOverall hiring of professional help has remained stableTop Service Providers Hired During Kitchen Renovations*201920202021over the past few years, with 85% of renovatorsreporting they hired or plan to hire a pro, in line with50% 51% 49%85% in 2020 and slightly up from 83% in 2019. Fewerthan 1 in 5 remodelers hires a specialty service providerwithout a project manager (18%). General contractors27%continue to be the top hiring category (49%), followed26%27%20%by kitchen designers (19%), though the percentage of22%#19%14% 13%11%renovators hiring a kitchen designer declined three12% 11% 11%11% 10% 10%ArchitectKitchen remodelerpercentage points from the previous year.General contractorCabinet makerKitchen designerOverall Pro Hiring**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21(2021 study), 2019-20 (2020 study) and 2018-19 (2019 study).**Specialty service providers refers to electricians, plumbers, tile specialists,cabinetmakers and other trades. Project manager refers to general contractorsand remodelers.#Showsa statistically significant difference at a 90% confidence level between2021 and 2020 study findings.Interiordesigner/decoratorHiring of Specialty Service Providers(Without a Project 9% Houzz Inc.13

Large Islands With Doors andDrawers Still ReignNearly all homeowners who add or upgrade an islandStorage Configurations of Upgraded Islands*2020include at least some storage (98%). The most popularforms of storage are cabinets with doors (76%) and76%79%Cabinets with doorsdrawers (74%). Fourteen percent install open shelves,up two percentage points from the previous year.74%70%DrawersRectangular or square islands are most common (81%),with only 7% and 6% choosing an L or U shape,14%12%Open shelvesrespectively. The majority of upgraded and new islandsare less than 7 feet in length (66%), though 1 in 3 islands8%7%Otheris quite large, exceeding 7 feet in length (34%).No storage2%2%Average Length of Upgraded Island**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are adding orupgrading a kitchen island as part of a completed, current or planned kitchenrenovation during 2020-21.2021Shape of Upgraded Island*Less than 6 feet27%Rectangle or square6 to 7 feet39%L shape7%More than 7 feet34%U shape6% Houzz Inc.81%14

Healthier Lifestylesand Socializing HubsNearly a third of homeowners who renovate theirTop Activities in the Kitchen Following Renovation*kitchen report having a healthier lifestyle after the94%70%70%Eating/diningmore than two-thirds of homeowners also dine in theirAmong those who added or upgraded their kitchenisland, 52% use it for dining. Other top activities at the60%Bakingrenovated kitchen (70%).percentage of those who use the kitchen in general tosocialize (46%).53%46%44%Socializing23%23%Doing work15%13%Watching TVReading9%10%Change in Lifestyle After Kitchen Renovation**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21.**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have a kitchen islandand who have completed, are currently working on or are planning a kitchenrenovation during 2020-21.69%52%Entertainingisland include entertaining (50%) and socializing (48%).The latter percentage is slightly higher than the202197%Cookingproject (30%). Nearly all homeowners who renovatetheir kitchen cook there post-renovation (97%), and2020Top Activities Besides Cooking/Baking at theIsland After Kitchen Renovation**Healthier30%Eating/dining52%Equally healthy70%Entertaining50% 1%Socializing48%Less healthy Houzz Inc.15

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Transitional Style LeadsConsistentlyAmong the 85% of renovating homeowners whoStyle Change During Renovation*change their kitchen style, transitional remains their No.1 choice, holding steady at 21% for the past three years.82%201985%202085%2021Modern and contemporary styles continue to vie forsecond and third place. As with the style trend formaster bathrooms, farmhouse style appears to beTop Kitchen Styles Following Style Change**2019holding steady (12%) after losing steam from its peak at14% in 2019. (See Appendix B for more information on2020202121%21%21%Transitionalkitchen styles over e14%*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21(2021 study), 2019-20 (2020 study) and 2018-19 (2019 study).**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are changing thekitchen style as part of a completed, current or planned kitchen renovationduring 2020-21, 2019-20 and 2018-19.12%11%Traditional Houzz Inc.11%11%12%17

Contrasting IslandsContinue to TrendWhite continues to be the most popular color for kitchenTop Cabinetry Colors*201920202021cabinets (41%), despite a decline of four percentage pointsfrom the previous year. Wood-tone*** cabinets collectivelyfollow (23%), with medium-tone wood being the favorite43%45%41%#(13%), followed by light wood (7%). Gray is in third place(10%), followed by multicolored (9%), which has beensteadily increasing in popularity for the last three years.15%Of those who are upgrading their kitchen island, 41%11%choose colors for their island cabinets that contrast the13% #11%10% 10%4%color of their other cabinets. Blue is the most popularchoice for island cabinets, taking the lead spot away fromgray (20% in 2021 versus 26% in 2020). (See Appendix Cfor more information on kitchen colors.)*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, are currentlyworking on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21 (2021 study), 2019-20(2020 study) and 2018 -19 (2019 study).**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are adding or upgrading akitchen island and opting for a cabinetry color distinct from the main cabinetry color aspart of a completed, current or planned kitchen renovation during 2020-21.WhiteShows a statistically significant difference at a 90% confidence level between 2021and 2020 study findings.Gray9% #Multicolored6%7%6%Light wood41%Contrast island cabinetry colorsTop Contrasting Cabinetry Colors for Upgraded Islands**Blue27%BlackGray20%Dark Wood7%White10%Brown7%***Wood-tone includes light, medium and dark tones.#Medium-tone wood7% Houzz Inc.10%18

Wood Island CountertopsAdd ContrastOne in 4 homeowners adding or upgrading an islandTop Countertop Colors*201920202021chooses a countertop color that contrasts the primarycountertop colors in the kitchen (25%). White holdssteady as the top choice for both countertop color (33%)31%31%33%and contrasting island countertop color (32%).26%Multicolored countertops are a more common choice25% 26%for the nonisland area, with 26% of renovators choosingthis option, compared with only 8% choosing it for the13%15%14%10% 10%contrasting island color.9%6%5%5%Wood-tone countertops are the second-most-popularoption for adding contrast to the island (32% total),whether in a medium (18%), light (7%) or dark (7%) tone.Gray is in third place, with 9% of renovators choosingthis for contrast. (See Appendix C for more informationWhiteMulticoloredGrayBeige25%Contrast island countertop colorson kitchen colors.)Top Contrasting Countertop Colors for Upgraded Islands***Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21(2021 study), 2019-20 (2020 study) and 2018-19 (2019 study).White**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are updating or addinga kitchen island and opting for countertop color distinct from the maincountertop color as part of a completed, current or planned kitchen renovationduring 2020-21.BlackMedium-tone woodGray Houzz Inc.32%Multicolored8%18%9%Light wood7%7%Dark wood19

Gray Walls and Wood FloorsRemain FavoritesRenovated kitchens continue to feature neutral tones ofTop Colors in Kitchen Renovations*gray, white and beige on wall surfaces. The gapbetween gray (28%) and white (26%) for walls ge10%Blue7%Brown9%Green4%Multicolored6%shrunk since the prior year (30% and 24%, respectively).Wood tones dominate in flooring, while stainless steelFlooringmaintains its lead for appliances. That said, somekitchen renovators are going for somewhat colorful,alternative looks, including blue walls (7%), gray flooring(14%), multicolored backsplashes (18%) and blackappliances (10% choose black stainless and 6% chooseanother material in black). (See Appendix C for moreAppliancesinformation on kitchen colors.)*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21.BacksplashStandard stainless70%White37%Black ige9%Blue6%**Wood includes light, medium and dark tones.#Percentagepoint difference between 2021 and 2020 study findings; showsonly statistically significant differences at 90% confidence levels.Multicolored Houzz Inc.2% 1 pp#20

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Backsplashes Offer FullCoverageCeramic or porcelain tile continues to dominate inTop Materials for Upgraded Backsplashes*kitchen backsplashes (54%), followed by marble (10%)and engineered quartz (8%), the latter of which is upCeramic or porcelain tile-3 pp#54%two percentage points from the previous year.Marble9%Quartz (engineered)8%Granite6%Continuing the trend from last year, the majority ofhomeowners who upgrade their backsplash embrace 2 pp#full coverage up to the upper cabinets or range hood(68%); others take the backsplash from the countertopall the way to the ceiling (9%).Quartzite 4%Coverage of Upgraded Backsplashes*Up to the Cabinets or Range Hood*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are updating thebacksplash as part of a completed, current or planned kitchen renovationduring 2020-21.Full coveragePartial coverage#Percentagepoint difference between 2021 and 2020 study findings; showsonly statistically significant differences at 90% confidence levels. Houzz Inc.Up to the Ceiling68%18%Full coverage9%Partial coverage3%22

Shaker StyleContinues to LeadThe majority of renovating homeowners continue toPrimary Make of Upgraded Cabinets*Primary Door Styles of Upgraded Cabinets*choose Shaker-style doors for their upgraded r57%Flat-panelRaised-panel(57%). Flat-panel doors come in a distant second (21%),-5 pp#followed closely by raised-panel styles (17%). Kitchenrenovators overwhelmingly choose custom orsemicustom cabinetry (76%).Interestingly, more than 1 in 10 new or upgraded islandsfeatures a cabinet door style that contrasts that of theGlass-front2% -2 pp#Ready to assemble8%Other3%main cabinets (12%). Among the contrasting islandOthercabinet upgrades, Shaker (34%) and flat-panel (30%)3%door styles are the most common, while only 4% ofupgrading homeowners opt for a louvered door style.12%Contrast island cabinet door styles*Percentages reflect the proportion of homeowners who are adding orreplacing some or all of the cabinets as part of a completed, current orplanned kitchen renovation during 2020-21.**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are adding or upgradinga kitchen island with storage and opting for cabinetry door styles distinct fromthe main cabinetry door styles as part of a completed, current or plannedkitchen renovation during 2020-21.#Percentagepoint difference between 2021 and 2020 study findings; showsonly statistically significant differences at 90% confidence levels.Top Contrasting Cabinetry Door Styles of Upgraded nt3%Raised-panel20%Other9% Houzz Inc.23

Butcher-Block CountertopsOffer Island ContrastWhile engineered quartz is by far the leading materialTop Materials for Upgraded Countertops*for upgraded countertops, it has dramatically declinedin popularity since the previous year (40% versus 51%).48%20192020202151%The drop is likely explained by the rising cost of40%#engineered quartz, resulting from increased tariffs onimports from China. 30% 29%28%One in 4 upgraded islands (24%) features a countertopmaterial that contrasts the main countertop material,12%11%12%7%with butcher block or wood (41%) preferred over granite7%(16%). Engineered quartz is now in third place (15%),down from 28% the previous year, also likely as a resultof the higher costs resulting from increased tariffs. See“An Unexpected Victim of the Trade War: The HomeImprovement Industry,” MarketWatch, October 16, 2019.*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are updating countertopsas part of a completed, current or planned kitchen renovation during 2020-21(2021 study), 2019-20 (2020 study) and 2018-19 (2019 study).**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are adding or upgradinga kitchen island and opting for a countertop material distinct from the maincountertop material as part of a completed, current or planned kitchenrenovation during 2020-21.Quartz (engineered)Butcher block or wood slabQuartzite5%5%5%Marble24%Contrast island countertop materialsTop Contrasting Countertop Materials for Upgraded Islands**Butcher block or wood owsa statistically significant difference at a 90% confidence level between2021 and 2020 study findings.Granite8%Quartz (engineered) Houzz Inc.-13 pp#15%24

Upgraded Faucets Stillin DemandNearly 4 in 5 renovating homeowners upgrade orFaucet Upgrades During Renovation*replace their faucet as part of their kitchen renovation(79%), though the percentage upgrading their faucet83%2019202081%202179%declined two points from 2020 and four points from2019. Of the 79% who upgrade their faucet, 76% installone at the kitchen sink and 7% install two at the sink.Islands often feature sinks as well, with 1 in 5 renovatinghomeowners installing one faucet at the island sink.New Kitchen Faucets**New Island Faucets**One faucet atkitchen sink76%One faucet atisland sink21%Two faucets atkitchen sink7%Two faucets atisland sink1%*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who have completed, arecurrently working on or are planning a kitchen renovation during 2020-21.**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are adding or upgradingfaucets as part of a completed, current or planned kitchen renovation during2020-21.#Showsa statistically significant difference at a 90% confidence level between2021 and 2020 study findings. Houzz Inc.25#

Upgraded Islands Likely toFeature New AppliancesFor homeowners renovating their kitchen, thedishwasher, refrigerator and microwave are the coreappliances replaced (75%, 73% and 72%, respectively).Top Choices for New or Upgraded Microwave72%Range62%Range hood55%Garbage disposal49%Cooktop(s)39%Wall oven(s)30%Beverage refrigerator14%Wine refrigerator14%Washer/dryer12%One in 7 renovating homeowners incorporates abeverage or wine refrigerator (14% each), and 12%upgrade their washer-dryer as part of their kitchenrenovation as well.More than half of newly added or upgraded islandsfeature a new appliance (55%). Among these islands,more than a third include a dishwasher (34%) and/ormicrowave (33%), while 1 in 4 features a garbagedisposal (25%).Warming drawer7%55%Install at least one new appliance in the islandTop New Appliances in Upgraded Islands***Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are updating some or allof the appliances as part of a completed, current or planned kitchenrenovation during 2020-21.**Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are adding or upgradinga kitchen island and opting for a new appliance in the island as part of acompleted, current or planned kitchen renovation during ange8%Garbage disposal25%Beverage refrigerator5% Houzz Inc.26

Recessed and UndercabinetLights Equally PopularAmong the 75% of renovating homeowners whoTop Choices for Upgraded Light Fixtures*choose to upgrade light fixtures in the kitchen,recessed lights and undercabinet lights are now equallyRecessed lightspopular (66% each), followed by pendant lights (53%).Interestingly, nearly 1 in 5 chooses a chandelier forkitchen lighting (19%).Undercabinet lights2020202166%69%66%65%#Pendant lightsChandelierIn-cabinet lights53%56%19%20%13%15%*Percentages reflect proportion of homeowners who are adding or upgradinglighting as part of a completed, current or planned kitchen renovation during2020-21 (2021 study) and 2019-20 (2020 study). Houzz Inc.27

Pendant Lights Shineon IslandsOf renovating homeowners who add or upgrade aTop Light Fixtures Appearing Above Upgraded Islands*kitchen island, 93% choose to install new light fixturesabove it.

a small kitchen—almost two and a half times higher, at 12,000 for a large kitchen and 5,000 for a small one. *Median spend reflects the spend of homeowners who had completed a kitchen remodel by mid-2020 (2021 study). **Major kitchen remodel refers to a remodel in whi

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