The kitchen is often the epicenter of a home. It is where your family gathers to talk about their days, eat their meals and to relax. Being one of the busiest areas of a home also means the kitchen receives a lot of wear and tear.
If your kitchen needs some help or upkeep, it might be time to redo your kitchen.
We have collected the top ten kitchen trends for 2020:
Open Shelving for Décor: This simple hack may not seem like much, but it makes a world of difference. By having open shelves, it leaves room to display precious memorabilia and family portraits that will really make the kitchen a reflection of you.
Sleek Cabinetry: We can see that things have taken a turn toward modern design and it appears it is going to stay that way. Consider removing the crown modeling and replace cabinetry with a sleeker, cleaner design. This does not mean that the cabinets will lose their character. We can still dress them up with personalized accessories.
Unexpected Pops of Color: When we think new and modern we typically think of all-white kitchens. To have a high-end looking kitchen does not mean losing all your pops of color. You can incorporate beautiful color into your kitchen by using a colorful backsplash or by having a group of colored cabinets. You can even include colorful stools to go with your island.
Steel Hoods: Steel hoods are a classic that is coming back. These are such amazing features for your kitchen. They gave the space a modern industrial feel. A steel hood can even be customized to be one of your pieces with a pop of color.
Slab Backsplash: Instead of using backsplash tile you may want to consider using a slab of material for your backsplash. This can give the whole room that elevated elegant feel you may be looking for.
High-Performance Countertops: There has been a shift from people buying marble countertops. Although marble countertops are beautiful, they can stain easily. A lot of people have been looking into nano glass kitchen countertops.
Dark Countertops: Darker countertops are making a return. Even in an all-white kitchen having a sleek dark brown or black island countertop can really make a statement.
Matching Countertop and Backsplash: For years backsplashes have been pops of color to bounce off of the countertops and cabinets. Now, people are embracing matching countertops and backsplashes. Imagine carrying a marble looking countertop up and throughout your backsplash.
Warm Finishes: We see a lot of people looking for a homier feel for their kitchen. We like the look of warm finishes. It can give your kitchen just the feel you are looking for.
Colorful Backsplashes: There have been more people looking to incorporate color into their kitchen. An easy way to do this without going through an entire renovation is by incorporating colorful backsplash in your kitchen.
No matter if you are looking for big or small changes to your kitchen these tips might be just the place to help your kitchen stand out!