Open kitchen and living areas maximize living space by making the family room and kitchen one large room. A mix of lighting helps differentiate the areas, while a uniform wall color keeps everything cohesive. While the all-white kitchen will probably never go out of style, there are lots of new design trends for 2020 that will make you equally happy.
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Coloris the new 2020 trend, whether as an accent or throughout the kitchen. Paint the island a color or store colorful pottery in glass front cabinetry.
Open shelving is about to change your life.
Open shelves allow you to showcase your beautiful kitchen. The ability to see through your storage also means everything is easy to find. Just don’t forget to clean your items often since they will be open to the elements.
Double islands expand a kitchens function.
To maintain a traffic flow, double islands are an integral feature. They are a convenient way to divide the area between meal preparation and serving or gathering.
When it comes to countertops, quartz is quickly becoming an affordable and low maintenance alternative to our beloved marble.
Today’s kitchens boast roomy and beautiful pantries with shelving a plenty for your cereal and collectables.
Feel free to mix it up featuring grey and white.
You may instead consider a beautiful color to liven up your range. The year 2020 is not about being matchy-matchy and that goes double for your metals. Combine a nice nickel for knobs and a cool brass or matte white for your faucet. You can use a whole different metal for lighting fixtures. Hardware and metal finishes continue to push the envelope – brass, nickel, and matte black.
Don’t forget the fifth wall, the kitchen ceiling.
Add a fun hit of color, wallpaper. Or wood to add dramatic flair to you space.
Grains of wood are making a major comeback.
Warm finishes are on the rise. Cabinets are the quickest way to transform the look of your kitchen. More warm woods are being introduced in your browns. We’re seeing woods in their natural state. Try an island in a pretty grainy wood or brown wooden shelves that feel original to the house. Think natural elements with some pop of color.
Looks like Grey is here to stay.
Popular as a kitchen wall or flooring color, this versatile neutral adds a sophisticated feel to cabinets. Two-tone cabinets continue to top the trends when it comes to kitchens with combinations of bright colors or a mix of neutrals creating cool contrast.
The problem is… too much to choose from!
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