The survey conducted by the National Association of Realtors shows that 39% of recent buyers want homes that no longer need repairs. The remaining 71%, on the other hand, are okay with doing renovations.
Speaking of which, one of the redecorations done in many newly bought houses is a kitchen renovation. The kitchen is one of the essential spaces in your home. As such, it’s best to renovate your kitchen following your preferred design. Still and all, selecting your kitchen’s decor can be one of the hardest decisions you will make.
Gone are the days when kitchens are only all white and dull. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with all-white kitchens, but there’s nothing wrong with spicing up your kitchen either. Read below to know the designs you can incorporate in your new kitchen.
1. Wood Finishes Are Back!
Wood cabinets were making a comeback in 2020. Traditionally-designed kitchens and stained wood furniture like American kitchen cabinets are now becoming popular these days. These wood finishes create a rustic look and feel in the kitchen.
If you prefer a minimalist and natural look in your kitchen, it is advisable to use natural wood finishes, like pine or oak. On the other hand, making a bold statement or subtle accent of wood in the kitchen goes for dark wood finishes, such as walnuts.
2. Corner Display Cabinet
Corner display cabinets work best with small kitchen spaces. The main reason for these cabinets is to save space in your kitchen. You can use your other cabinets to store bulky items, such as pots and pans. Plates and cups are placed inside the corner display cabinet, as well. The best part is that you can easily pick out the utensils you want to use because they are already displayed in the cabinet.
3. Go For Something Dark.
Black and white have become the mainstream colors in the kitchens over the years. Dare to have all black cabinets. If not, then have accent blacks like on the drawers’ handles, tiles, sinks, and other fixtures in the kitchen.
However, to avoid having dull kitchen color and design, try other dark and rich colors aside from color black. The Pantone of the year is classic blue. Considering this, why not try a dark blue color for your walls or cabinets? Or you can also go for emerald green to achieve the dark and regal look for your kitchen. In fact, several appliance companies recently launched a line of refrigerators that have black, brown, dark gray, and champagne colors.
4. Pops Of Color
However, to avoid having dull kitchen color and design, try other dark and rich colors aside from color black. For example, the Pantone of the year is classic blue. Considering this, why not try a dark blue color for your walls or cabinets? Or you can also go for emerald green to achieve the dark and regal look for your kitchen. In fact, several appliance companies recently launched a line of refrigerators with black, brown, dark gray, and champagne colors.
5. Sustainable Materials
Make the year 2020 your most sustainable year. These days, there’s an increasing amount of eco-conscious homeowners. Many opt for biodegradable and organic things, while others want to install solar panels on their roofs or other environmentally-friendly household appliances to conserve energy.
There has also been an increase in the demand for recycled wood and other sustainable materials, which are utilized to produce kitchen materials and cabinets. Examples of sustainable materials are salvaged wood, wood veneer, aluminum, and bamboo.
6. Go Handleless
To have a seamless, neat, and clutter-free design in the kitchen, go for furniture with no handles. Handleless cabinets are perfect for minimalist, contemporary interior designs. Along with aesthetic purposes, handleless cabinets can also save up space in the kitchen. The lack of handles will free up space in the kitchen, even if the extra space is minimal. This will increase your mobility or streamlined flow in your kitchen.
There are several ways on how you can open the handleless cabinets.
First is the push-open system, where you’ll have to push the door to open or close.
The second is opening with one touch of a finger or a nudge by the elbow or the knees.
Third, creating a stainless steel channel on the top or side of the door where your fingers will curl up to pull the door open.
Your home’s current kitchen interior design might not be your cup of tea, which in turn gives you a call for renovation. The thing is, choosing the style inspiration for your kitchen can be hard. But don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. After reading the article above, you will now be equipped with the 2020 trends that might be perfect for your new kitchen.