The biggest kitchen trends of 2020
Kitchens are not only a functional part of your home, they are also a part that can be full of style too. Much like the rest of the interior design world, kitchens see trends come and go. Which means that there is always plenty of inspiration to help you to create the kitchen of your dreams.
Whether you want to completely redesign your current kitchen, you are moving home and want to make the kitchen of your dreams, or you are looking to just make a few subtle changes; to make sure you are up with the trends, here are some of them that you should keep in mind.
Veined Marble is in!
There is something truly magnificent and luxurious about marble in your kitchen, so we are more than happy to hear that it is definitely a trend for 2020. Next years marble is going to feature bold and dramatic veins throughout, which will ensure that it is eye-catching!
Ash is back
Another piece of interior design news that we are more than happy about is the fact that ash seems to be making a reappearance. The great thing about ash wood is that it is paler than oak or walnut, which means that it is ideal for a neutral kichen, but it also has a subtle grain to it, which still adds texture, but it is not too over the top.
Sometimes you can worry that darker shades in a kitchen are going to be too overpowering, but in actual fact, going dark in this space can really work. Black is making an appearance not only in the walls, but also in cabinetry and work surfaces too. Of course, you are not going to want to have dark everything in one room, but if you combine darker worksurfaces with textured woods, the you can make for a stylish look.
Add pops of colour
That said, if you are someone who loves colour, then next year is also seeing kitchens welcome in all kinds of shades. The only thing that you should keep in mind is that it should be a pop of colour. The colour should work with other more neutral or muted shades, rather than being a clashing rainbow that hurts the eyes.
Say goodbye to handles
Handleless design is nothing new, but it doesn’t seem to be disappearing any time soon. Cabinets and drawers with no handles not only look amazing, and have a real modern feel to them, but they also are great for family kitchens too. They stop the worry that your little ones are going to bump themselves on the handles as they move around and they also make it a little harder for small hands to open cupboards and drawers too.
As you can see, 2020 is an exciting time for kitchens. If you are looking to redesign your kitchen next year, then one thing is for sure, you are going to find a kitchen that is not only perfectly functional for your home, but that is stylish too.