5 Trends in Kitchen Renovations 2020

If you love staying ahead of the curve when it comes to design trends, we’ve gathered the top trends in kitchen renovations that are heating up the interior design world this year. Check them out below.

Simple and Natural

Modern design is evolving to become more minimalistic. But having a minimal design doesn’t mean it has to look bare, cold or uninviting. It simply focuses on only offering the essentials of what you need. By eliminating the excess clutter, it gives you more enjoyment out of what you have. In modern kitchens today, we’re seeing more clean-cut lines, very little clutter and natural materials that eloquently stand out for the right balance of warmth and character.

Warmer Colours for Cabinetry

This year, one staple trend that’s catching on fast in the kitchen is incorporating warmer colours for cabinetry and other areas like the backsplash. Darker woods combined with tones of rich navy blue, forest green, brown, eggplant purple and even charcoal, create cozy and inviting interiors. When paired with white, cream, or light grey countertops, it looks undeniably eye-catching thanks to the contrast.

Golden, Copper and Champagne Faucets

Faucets play a big role in tying design concepts together and adding a touch of character and bling to the kitchen. In keeping with the warmer toned trend, we’re seeing more golden tones, copper and champagne coloured faucets donning kitchens in 2020. These play really well with the darker, colourful hues and add the perfect splash of luxury without looking too over the top.

Oversized Pantries

Thanks to COVID-19, homeowners are more eager to have well-stocked pantries to avoid making as many trips to the grocery store. As a result, oversized pantries are a hot ticket item for 2020 kitchen trends. If there’s enough room in your kitchen to make it happen, it’s well worth it when you don’t have to struggle to store or find things. 

Classic Kitchen Style

With so much time spent at home and in the kitchen these days, we’ve been noticing a resurgence of kitchen designs that are rekindling cozier, traditional styles. In contrast to minimalistic and modern, these designs feature the classic shaker style cabinets in cream or white, along with glass panes, some exposed dishes, brass handles and hues of dark green or blue to accent. 

If you’ve been spending lots of time in the kitchen and feel like it’s ready for an upgrade, our team at Renosgroup.ca can help to transform your space. We’ll work with you to incorporate the trends that suit your needs, lifestyle and budget. Contact us today to get started.