Some kitchen trends are timeless, others get outdated after a short period of time. The new year is always a good time to turn a new leaf, shake up the ordinary, and make a change in your life. Whether that’s hitting the gym or changing the color of the walls in your home, a little change can go a long, long way. Now is a better time than ever to start planning your dream kitchen design. And whether that’s sooner or later this year, these kitchen trends observed by the experts at Elevations Cabinetry & Millwork will stand the test of time in 2020 and beyond.
Here are five kitchen trends you can draw inspiration from if you plan to remodel your kitchen this year.
2020 Kitchen Trends with A Long Shelf Life
Dark and Moody
Black is more than an accent color these days. Many are embracing black for their cabinets as well as wall color. When using a light-colored counter top to cut through the dark, the combination creates a memorable room that feels luxe and indulgent. And when you add textured wood floors to the mix, it counterbalances the black with a warm and rustic homey feel. Bottom line: black cabinets are a trend you won’t tire from in a year or two. This one’s here to stay.
Another trend you can expect to see more of in kitchens in the next few years is a shift to vibrant cabinet color. Unlike black cabinets and dark walls, this trend gives those looking to shake up their spaces a chance to breathe new life into their kitchens without going to the dark side. Emerald greens, cherry reds, and cornflower blues are among some of the suggested color options from the Elevations Cabinetry experts.
If you like the look of handless doors and find yourself tripping over all the options available to you and your kitchen, this trend may be just for you. Handless cabinet doors offer a sleek and streamlined appearance—and hardware is one less thing you have to think about! Well, except for the hinges.
Among the current kitchen trends out there, this one is the fastest growing, says Elevations Cabinetry. Introducing open shelving to your kitchen creates depth and the illusion of space. In short, open shelving equals and open kitchen. Consider a mix of open and traditional cabinet styles to add variety to your space.
Who doesn’t love an island? This kitchen trend adopts “the more the merrier” philosophy. Having more than one island in your kitchen gives more counter space without having to circumnavigate a continent to get to the sink. Having two smaller islands can free up space while simultaneously adding space to your kitchen—and all without compromising storage or functionality.
When you’re ready to make a change in your kitchen, bathroom, or storage room, Elevations Cabinetry & Millwork is the place to call. With premium product lines at 15-20% lower than competitors, finding the right cabinets for your space is easy and affordable. Visit their showroom at 4019 South Main Road in Vineland, NJ to catch a glimpse at their inventory.