Kitchen Design Trends for 2020

Are you planning a kitchen remodel in 2020? There are lots of design aspects to consider when remodeling your kitchen, and it can be hard making your mind up on them all. To help guide your design plans and give you some new ideas, here are some of the up and coming kitchen design trends for 2020.

Ditch the cabinetry hardware

Those looking for a sleeker and perhaps more minimalist design will like this one. People are ditching bulky and obtrusive hardware for recessed handles or push-open cabinet doors. These are still easy to operate and create a smooth, streamline look across your whole kitchen.

Bigger and better islands

Islands are great focal points for kitchens, both stylish and functional. They’re continuing to grow in popularity as people are opting for larger islands and even double islands as the main hub of their kitchens.

Large larder cupboards

The larder was once the staple of at-home food storage. It went out of fashion long ago, but is now coming back in the form of tall cupboards used to hold all the kitchen’s dry food. This looks stylish and makes it so that you don’t have to scatter food across various cupboards throughout the kitchen. So, you can have more space for utensils or cut back on the number of kitchen cabinets you have.

Splashes of color

Neutral colors in the kitchen have been popular for a long time, and they’re a staple of minimalist design, too. Uniform white, gray, and black tones across the kitchen are common. Now people are moving back toward color in a stylish way. Small splashes of color are breaking up the otherwise neutral and monotonous designs. Try a brightly painted feature wall or splashback to add a splash of color to the room.

Sustainable materials

Individuals and companies alike are trying to do their bit to make our planet greener. Home and kitchen design is one place to look for this. Reused and recycled materials are a growing trend, such as the use of reclaimed wood for your kitchen cabinets, floors, or even countertops. As well as being more sustainable and environmentally friendly, reclaimed wood can create a nice rustic appeal to your kitchen design.

Do you need help planning your dream kitchen design? The Kitchen Center can help you with planning, designing, and installing your new kitchen remodel. Get in touch for our advice and services around Winston Salem and Clemmons, NC.

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