Kitchen Trends in 2020 that Will Inspire You

Blog | January 10th, 2020

Innovations in kitchen designs are quite popular especially at this time of the year. Many people are marking the beginning of the calendar year as a fresh start. As a result, more and more homeowners are designing several features of their home based on the most up-to-date trends. Below are kitchen trends in 2020 that will inspire you.

Japandi Design

Japandi, a term used to describe the fusion of warm Scandinavian minimalism and Japanese principle of “wabi-sabi,” is seen to make waves in the interior design industry. This design is characterised by refined lines and natural materials, such as stained oak wood and marbled Portuguese limestone. This style favours function and form over ornate details. For example, the cupboard door handles are built into and concealed by the elegant frames.

This style favours function and form over ornate details. For example, the cupboard door handles are built into and concealed by the elegant frames. Japandi spaces are neutral, but warm and inviting. The repetition of clean shelf lines and slim, rounded wall tiles makes the space feel taller.

Brass Kitchen Trends

Naturally, brass kitchen doors and drawers are often perceived as over-the-top. However, recent trends suggest that streamlining the silhouettes and dialling down the details would result into a stunning visual appeal. You can utilise a handle-less flat panels with a satin finish in order to produce an industrial, luxurious and modern look.

Other options for a unique modern kitchen using a brass design are the mixing and matching of colours. For instance, pink may be a quirky colour choice, but when it’s paired with brass, this rosy shade feels sophisticated rather than retro. A pink splashback will achieve the same result.

Navy and Neutral Joineries

A classic-style kitchen with navy joinery is the epitome of elegance. The key to mastering this look is choosing the right shade. Almost black can be jarring; too light can appear beachy. You should also consider the right amount of balance in incorporating navy joineries. The navy colour works perfectly especially with accessories and white marble. Brightness must also be considered. A bright space lit with natural light will add depth to this hue, and the combination of light herringbone floors, white walls and navy joinery is a perfect match.

Nordic Kitchen Design

Nordic style is generally considered as soulful, more so when added with woodwork.  Marble bench tops and timber joinery create a timeless contrast. The oak’s rustic tones and the marble’s soft vein is such a restrained and elegant combination.

Get inspired with the latest designs from Knebel Kitchens. We take great pride in designing, manufacturing and installing kitchens, vanities, wardrobes and custom joinery that reflect our unique personality and lifestyle.

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