Planning on renovating your kitchen next year? Whether the changes are big or small, it is always fascinating. In any case, it is still good to be on top of the new trends and gather ideas to incorporate into your new design. We picked our favourites that are booming in the modern kitchen design and are here to stay.
Recently the simplicity and aesthetic appeal of Scandinavian style completely stole the spotlight, and it is not going to fade anytime soon. Muted and monochromatic tones create a fresh and clean environment in your kitchen and tend to brighten up the room a lot, so it works great at spaces with limited lighting.
Adding extra colours to your space is the perfect way to personalize and make it “yours.” This trend really opens up the doors to all kinds of creativity. Go for a bold standing out colour if you dare or keep it neutral by choosing two contrasting but complementing each other colours. Remember, if you picked a bright colour, keep it matte as matte is another kitchen design trend that is continuing to rise.
Hide Away Appliances
Our personal favourite trend is small pocket doors built into your kitchen. Put an end to appliances taking over your countertop space! In 2020 we are here for clean, clutter-free space. There are also multiple options when it comes to creating “hiding” space like sliding and garage doors or pull out shelves. Pick the one that works best for you and enjoy clean and crispy appeal.
Putting up a lot of cabinets can get very bulky, especially if you don’t have a lot of space. Why not turn your wall into storage and pantry? Starting from the floor and going all the way to the ceiling, this is the best solution for smaller or medium-sized kitchens. Having tons of storage is excellent, but making the best out of space given is even better! Bonus: kitchens don’t get any more stylish and modern than this.
Discreet & minimalist knobs
2020 calls for the smallest and hidden knobs. Install them above or under the cabinetry or ditch completely for cut out handles and sensors! If this is a bit too high-tech for you and you would instead stick to traditional handles, then we recommend going for longer and slimmer models, ideally in similar colours to your cabinets to keep them incognito.