Three kitchen design trends 2020 are dominating the kitchen design world.  Creating a two-toned kitchen, concealing appliances and putting a modern twist on the traditional are priorities for many customers.  Read on to find out more.

Two-Toned Kitchens

Gone are the days of matching colours and textures. Designers are now mixing and blending both texture and colour.  The right mix adds interest and dimension. Also it elevates the kitchen to a new level. Cabinetry is good in darker colours such as graphite or navy, to ground the furniture.  Light glossy work surfaces like a marble-grain quartz is both modern and practical. The trend is to mix matt with sleek such as faux slate units with wood effect worktops. This look is currently much in demand.

Concealed Appliances

Kitchen designers have long been hiding the large appliances.  There is now a growing trend to also hide the smaller ones such as the toaster and coffee machine.  This gives the kitchen a more streamlined look and breaks down visual barriers.  Clever concealment transforms the kitchen into a more sophisticated space and organised.

Modern Twist on the Traditional

Traditional kitchens are as popular as ever.  It is easy to make them feel contemporary with a few clever design twists. This could be by introducing a contrasting colour for stand alone pieces or the island unit or by using a softer paint shade on the walls like blush or sage against grey cabinetry.  Choosing a warm metal, such as a copper for the door furniture would be another option.  This blend is stylish and gives traditional furniture a modern look.

Free Kitchen Design Consultation

For advice on these three kitchen design trends 2020 or on updating your kitchen call into the Kitchenality showroom at Arighi Bianchi.  The store is open and operating within COVID-19 guidelines. Alternatively, telephone to book an appointment with either Tracy Mackey or Ollie Pickard. We would love to help you.