Awesome Kitchen Trends of 2020
As you’ll likely be spending more time inside for the foreseeable future, you may as well make the most of it, and one superb way to do this is to embrace some of the awesome kitchen trends of 2020 to finally make you feel happy to cook no matter what time of day.
But what makes an awesome kitchen trend you ask. Well, it can come down to a lot of factors, including the existing design, available space, as well as your personal preference. If you’re salivating at redesigning your kitchen but are stuck for inspiration, here are some ideas to check out.
Made of Stone
While it’s true that stone decor never really goes out of fashion, it can often be forgotten when compared to the current trends of the day. With this in mind, it’s satisfying to see that stone, of any kind, is a popular trend for this year.
Most notably, however, marble, which its reaching veins and association with the finest minds and cultures of ancient history, is the number one choice. So, replace your kitchen island with a marble slab or replace the tiles with this design, and be prepared to accept compliments daily.
Back That Ash Up
Another popular trend for 2020 is wood, ash wood to be specific. Paler than oak or walnut, it helps to brighten the room, which is especially useful if your kitchen is a sun trap, and it’s the perfect thing to wake you up in the morning.
Like anywhere with wood decor, it also helps you feel close to nature, so while you won’t be able to natter along with the local squirrels over your morning coffee, you can still enjoy the scent that ash fittings bring.
We’ve all been there. We’ve come into the kitchen to grab another glass of wine, or just a snack before bed, and we’ve caught our sweaters, cardigans, or baggy shirts on the handle, running them forever. However, with handleless cupboards and drawers becoming popular, the days of that are long gone.
While handles are certainly useful, the protrusion can ruin the overall aesthetic of the kitchen. By going handleless, you’re embracing the minimalist style that is always a winner and keeping your clothes safe from rips and tears, too.
Life’s a Rainbow
It’s often said that you need to stick to a colour theme if you want to guarantee the perfect interior design style throughout your home, but if you’re someone who prefers the beat of their own drum, then you’re already accustomed to throwing out the rule book, so single colour schemes aren’t for everybody.
Instead, fill your kitchen with all the colours you want. Go for vivid greens, exotic oranges, or the perfect pink that will lift your mood whenever you step into the kitchen. If you know you’re not great with commitment, you can always repaint these walls whenever the need strikes.
No Man Is An Island
Kitchen islands are an amazing thing. They’re great for enjoying a Sunday breakfast with their family, and they’re always a winner when it comes to having parties with friends. We love a kitchen island, but we love two kitchen islands even more.
Admittedly, this is only doable with large kitchens, but if you have the space, you’ll add another layer of luxury and be able to enjoy the layout and style of your finished kitchen from any angle.
A Whole Larder Love
Larders, or pantries, are a long-standing kitchen tradition, but they aren’t considered as modern as other kitchen trends. However, they have recently burst back onto the scene, and many people who are in-the-know won’t live anywhere without a larder.
They don’t just call back to simpler times. They are also convenient. Rather than scatter your food and groceries across a range of cupboards, you can keep everything in one place, which will help you be more organised when it comes to the weekly food shop. It’s also likely you won’t find long-expired products lurking in the back the day you move house.
Cooking Up a Storm
We’re not here to tell you how to design your kitchen, it’s your kitchen, after all. However, what we can do is recommend some excellent and on-trend kitchen ideas to make yours the most stylish, modern, and obviously you for 2020 and well beyond that, too.
- Kitchen trends 2020 – the latest kitchen design ideas – Homes and Gardens