Top Kitchen Design Trends of 2020
Kitchen design in Rockhampton is easy when you call Large’s Furniture and Cabinet Makers. We work on both residential and commercial kitchens and can do design and installation of many aspects of your new space.
If you’re planning a kitchen remodel, you naturally want something that’s stylish and modern. So, keep reading to find out what’s trending so that you can get the kitchen of your dreams.
Gold and Copper
There’s always a place for earth tones in modern kitchen design. Though more and more people are moving away from wooden cabinets, you can still incorporate shades of copper and gold throughout. Try these materials for your cabinet knobs and drawer pulls or use them in your backsplash or decor choices. You can also bring in some earth tones with flooring.
While the look of your cabinets is certainly important, you also want them to function. In fact, current trends are moving away from bulky, rarely used appliances being displayed in favour of more cabinets to store kitchen accessories. Cabinets that go all the way to the ceiling are modern and functional, something your dream kitchen definitely needs.
White had its moment as the colour of choice in modern kitchens, but black seems to be on the rise in many Australian homes. Paired with stainless steel appliances, black cabinets are having their time to shine. For even more drama, a matte black finish is the way to go. You can lighten things up with flooring and hardware as well as making good use of natural light to highlight your decor.
While high cabinets are certainly a trendy choice, open shelving is something that’s hot right now too. Not only does this make it easier to access your most used dishes, but it creates a modern and visually appealing look that’s similar to retail and hotel design. In other words, the most modern look you’ll find anywhere.
Many Australian designers are also bringing in natural elements to modern kitchens. That means wood, stone and marble are all great options for your counters, appliances, floors, and decor. This can either look modern when paired with stainless steel and trending colours or it can lean more toward a rustic look with copper pots and brass accents.
For more information on kitchen design and renovations, read our previous blog: What To Expect From Kitchen Renovations.