Kitchen themes for 2020

The modern kitchens are one of the best alternatives that you have today. A life full of chores and the little time you have in the house, many times they do not allow you to spend much time in it and dedicate the time it deserves. Technological innovations give us the opportunity to do everything we do not reach.

The kitchen theme ideas should be easy to function, simple to implement, practically applied and organized but without sacrificing beautiful design, a space that transmits the warmth of home that we found in those kitchens of past eras.

Influencing kitchen themes for 2020 are:-

1.  Dark Drama

Often overlooked as purely an ‘accent’ colour, black walls, cabinetry and work surfaces are having something of a moment. Black becomes liveable, luxe and inviting, with textured woods adding rustic, homely charm give your kitchen classic look.

2.  Handleless Desire

The latest contemporary designs are all about multi-tasking, free-flowing design with a paired-back look. Technological advances in push-open and close doors means that it has become possible to dispense with handles in both wall and base cabinets. If you prefer not to have push-open cupboards, then recessed handles provide the same sleek look and can be lined with contrasting colours and materials to add interest.

3.  Larder Love

Larder cupboards, sometimes known as pantry cupboards, have been kitchen staples for centuries and, in the last few years, have established themselves as one of the must-have items in modern homes.

Having a larder makes perfect sense. All the food goods are in one place and not scattered around in numerous wall cupboards, meaning people can be more organised when doing their food shopping.

4.  Walnut Wonder

You have recently seen a rise in walnut cabinetry. It is a rich, dark colour, fine grain and natural warmth are prized by makers for its feeling of instant luxury to your kitchen.

5.  Going For Gold

Now that taps are available in a wide choice of colours and finishes, sinks are following, too. Aesthetic has made an impact on wet areas too, just as they have in furniture and appliance design, with colour, shape, size and material heavily influenced by the overall look of the room.

6.  Stone Age

It is the time of strongly veined marble, the busier the better for unmissable luxury and add next-level style to your kitchen. If there’s one thing that’s storming the style charts and shaking up interiors, it’s the return of marble.

7.  Ash Back

Out of fashion for a while but in trend again wood is now enjoying a bit of a revival. Use subtle-grained ash, paler than oak or walnut, to pick out the warm tones in manmade stone to give a modern traditional look to your kitchen.

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