While the new year was rolling in, the hottest kitchen design trends of 2020 were rolling out! Home Shows will be occurring across the nation in the coming weeks (including the Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show where you can find us as an exhibitor) and with them have arrived the latest kitchen fads. Complete your kitchen remodel with all things trendy in the New Year. We look forward to partnering with you to make your dream kitchen a reality with our exclusive Personalized Design™ experience.
Hues of Blues
The popular trend of bringing blue colors into the kitchen was confirmed by Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year, PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue. Pantone describes the shade as, “Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.” PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue is “elegant in its simplicity” and “brings a sense of peace and tranquility to the human spirit.”
Your kitchen is the heart of your home and a place where you and your family will be spending much of your time. Adding a soothing blue hue to your design will create an in-style, comforting living environment.
Natural Wood Tones
While this trend has been around for several years, it will carry into the new year. Wood tones add warmth and bring comfort to your kitchen. Reclaimed wood pieces and tones bring natural beauty, pairing well with a variety of design styles. You can go big with natural-toned cabinets, wood kitchen island or chairs, or simply by adding natural wood accents to your countertop or walls.
Tuck Your Kitchen Appliances Behind Cabinetry
Stainless steel is on its way out. Custom cabinetry that contains built in appliances is becoming increasingly popular. Unify the look of your kitchen by placing your dishwasher or refrigerator behind cabinetry. We offer a large range of cabinet options that can achieve the goal of concealing your kitchen appliances while still maintaining their functionality and ease of use.
Color in the kitchen is on-trend for the New Year. Whether or not you’re ready for a whole kitchen remodel, color can easily be brought into your space. Go bold with a colorful statement wall, bring in colorful appliances, switch up your cabinetry, or add your pops of color with dishes, plants, or fun fixtures.
Texture, Texture, Texture
An easy way to modernize your kitchen for the New Year is to bring texture in. At Cabinet World, we offer countless decorative details that will transform your space. From vertical paneling to decorative glass, our team will work with you to find the perfect cabinetry match from our large selection. We can pair your updated cabinetry with elements like wood, metals, glass, or stone to create a texture-rich space.
Open shelving is here to stay. We love the openness that this design achieves. Open shelving is an easy way to successfully add storage to your kitchen and can provide ease of finding kitchen items. You could also showcase your personal treasures (such as vintage dishes, pops of color, greenery, etc.) on the shelves. Keep everyday items on the lowest shelves so they’re more accessible for use!
Two-toned cabinets are all the rage in 2020. We can implement this trend into your kitchen and utilize it to make your space feel bigger. Pairing lighter upper cabinets with darker base cabinets can increase the visual height of your ceiling. Our team will work alongside you during our Personalized Design™ experience to pair the perfect set of cabinets together.
Personalized Storage Solutions
It is easy for kitchens to overflow with clutter, but our creative storage solutions can keep that under control! This practical and easy-to-incorporate trend will reduce clutter and open your space, making it both functional and stylish.
New Year, new kitchen! Our Cabinet World staff is ready to equip your kitchen for 2020 with the most popular styles for the year.
If you are planning a kitchen remodel for your Pittsburgh home, be sure to check out our guide of Layout Considerations for Kitchen Design and learn about 5 custom-built kitchen updates that can add value to your home.