Be inspired by these trends predicted for 2020.
If you’re looking to update your kitchen this year, whether it’s a new colour scheme for the walls or a full redesign; the below list will help guide you with the latest inspiring trends to create your dream kitchen.
Dark green has gradually been building in popularity over the last year, and at last years design shows it was obvious that it’ll continue to grow in popularity. Try our Hunter Green, a dark green which adds drama and a touch of sophistication to your kitchen design with a hue of white. Or consider a more subtle shade of green like our Olive or Sage Green; this still creates a timeless finish in a gentler way.
With life being so fast-paced, adding colour to one of your main living areas can be a great remedy to help uplift your mood. By pairing your green kitchen doors with an oak accent gives a warm, natural feel and with green being the colour of health and harmony its a brilliant shade for the kitchen.
Blue – Colour of 2020
Blue continues to be a key trend for kitchen design year on year making it a timeless colour to choose. Joe and Laura both love the variety and versatility of this colour have found ways to incorporate it in new ways to many designs including their window display.
Pantone named ‘Classic Blue’ as it’s colour of 2020. Leatrice Eiseman, the Executive Director of Pantone comments Classic Blue remains “a solid and dependable blue hue we can always rely on… We are living in a time that requires trust and faith. It is this kind of constancy and confidence that is expressed by Pantone 19-4052 Classic Blue.”
Blue is a fantastic way to inject a timeless colour into your kitchen design. Our Windsor Blue option continues to be a customer favourite. It’s a very versatile shade and promotes a sense of peacefulness and tranquillity, perfect for the kitchen. Or try Coastal Blue; a cool, calming tone perfect for properties along the North Devon coastline. Oxford Blue and Inkwell both provide luxurious and rich tones.
Brass Kitchen Features
Brass finishes bring warmth and a stylish touch to a kitchen design, particularly when combined with darker door colours. Brass is especially stunning with our deep blues like Oxford Blue or Windsor Blue or our Hunter Green. Introduce brass into your kitchen with brass hinges, handles, light fittings, taps and accessories. Take a look for yourself at brass against Hunter Green in our showroom.
Kitchens not only need to look beautiful, but they also need smart, practical storage solutions to make it the perfect cooking space. Our Hathaway pantry is an essential storage feature that can be personalised to your requirements, needs and budget. The Hathaway will quickly become your best friend in the kitchen. You’ll love how much you’ll be able to store behind the well-crafted doors.
Bring the outdoors, indoors
A trend which started with homeowners choosing small succulents to enhance the feel of their kitchens has grown as people have begun to get more adventurous with their choice of greenery.
Plants such as olive trees, aloe vera, peace lilies and English ivy are great options to consider as they are easy to maintain. Plus indoor plants have certain health benefits including improved oxygen levels and air quality by removing levels of toxic vapours. Aloe is also great for aiding in the relief of sunburn.
If you feel inspired by the colour trends of the year, visit our showroom to view the options in person. In the meantime order a free copy of our brochure or book your free design appointment to start creating your dream kitchen.