Kitchen Trends of 2020
Kitchen Trends of 2020
With the turn of the new decade, the 2010’s styles of all-white, open floorplan, and farm style kitchens are now in the rear-view mirror. The kitchen is the engine that keeps your home running. In today’s fast pasted family lifestyle, they should be designed to have more than one purpose. As a whole, contractors and DIYers say home are becoming more contemporary. Houses have open spaces, cleaner lines, less focus on extravagant exterior roofs and turrets and more focus about room integration within the home.
Natural Stone Countertops
One of the most crucial spaces in a kitchen is the countertop. With a majority of family’s opting to go for the more natural stone looks; granite, quartz, concrete, and butcher blocks are being the more prominent style within homes. Countertop materials range quite drastically at times in both quality and price. Each type of countertop has a place and a purpose. You wouldn’t, for example, want to put a lovely and expensive marble countertop in the laundry room where no one would ever see it. This would be the ideal spot for a less expensive laminate countertop.
Darker Than You Thought with Vibrant Accent Colors
Throw the old interior design playbook out the window, as dark and vibrant colors are making their way back into our homes. As dark walls and cabinets are often overlooked purely as accent colors, black is becoming more luxurious and inviting. By adding textures with woods and depth, these dark rooms still add a touch of charm. Todays kitchens are also full of color opportunities, from appliances and flooring, to cabinetry and countertops. Permanent commitment is the number one question to ask yourself when deciding exactly which decisions to make. One of easiest and least expensive options is to paint a wall, it can be easily updated should you tire of it. Choosing color is such a personal experience, in fact no one knows for sure whether we all even see shades of different colors in the same ways as one another. The colors we choose automatically are naturally influenced by current fashions and interests. The color in a kitchen, be it on walls or fittings, should last for at least five years. When having this in mind individuals are more likely to side with a neutral color allowing for creativity to flow throughout the life of the wall.
Kitchens are no longer just a place to eat. They have evolved into combination rooms meant for entertainment. Early modern designs tried to force constraints within kitchens that reduced functionality. However, now we see open floorplans with clean lines, reducing the ‘eye-sore’ along the way. Popular ideas like handless cabinets and overhead shelving are some of the more popular trends coming in the near future. Kitchen cabinetry is not just for storage. It is an essential element to your kitchen’s style when doing a kitchen remodel. Cabinetry is the crown jewel that brings everything together. While simple clean cabinetry will keep getting popular, some homeowners will prefer unique customized styles that will make a clear statement. To design the perfect kitchen, it is important to understand what is imperative to you and then incorporate the latest trends around
Nobody knows what the kitchen of the future will look like but with each new technological advancement, the number of possibility’s are extended ever further. Today’s homes chefs are smarter and more sophisticated than they ever have been before, because of this everyone dreams of simplifying their lives with technology, to make their culinary dreams into reality. The most popular demand for technology is the increased interest in sustainability. Sustainable design focuses on creating products with the least possible negative impact on the environment, featuring eco-sound materials, energy efficiency and easy recycling. The future of sustainable design is a culmination of what consumers see on the surface of a product, and how the product enables them to make a change for the better.
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