- 1 Kitchen color trends for the 2020/2021 season
- 2 Kitchen trends 2020: the guide
- 3 The dark kitchens are still trendy
- 4 Trendy kitchen cabinet materials and finishes
- 5 Industrial-style kitchens are an emerging trend
- 6 Transitional Kitchens or Urban Rustic
- 7 Trendy kitchen worktops – materials and colors
- 8 Modern kitchen design ideas for the next season
- 9 Kitchen cabinets made of metal
- 10 Small kitchens – great cooks
Often the kitchen is the home of the house and dictates style and atmosphere. Especially in modern design houses, where the open layout connects the kitchen with the dining room and living room, the design style of the entire house is influenced by the design of the bC “. it is essentially the colors of the materials and the range of functions that determine the sound of the home design combinations. in this article, we will be following trends in the coming season so that you have a general idea of what to look out for when designing them.
They are aware that the color range sets the tone for the design and the atmosphere of any home – even the simplest argument becomes vivid, vivid and memorable when the exact color choices are applied. This is especially true for the kitchen – a premise that usually spends a lot of time in his home life. For the 2020/2021 season, the trend colors range from natural neutral shades to oak, petrol green and charcoal (with black accents) to sage, the upcoming exotic shades (palette dominated by orange becomes an important color choice) and vivid and bold choices like deep blue or dark, intense tonalities.
Two-tone kitchens and warm natural selections – such as clay, copper, gold, henna and ginger will be a hot selection for the next season. Influences and color reflections are likely to be strong next season – from the terracotta-colored earth to the green hues of the wild. There are indications that for the third consecutive year, the dark shades will have a significant presence in the modern color palette.
Here is a splendid contemporary example of the two-tone kitchen design – the saffron yellow of the cozy kitchen islands (with a horizontal bar that incorporates the guest in the preparation of the food) in beautiful contrast to the muted gray tones of the concrete base of the composition.
As already mentioned, Deep-Blue will be a hot trend and in this composition by Fala Atelier, the Portuguese architecture firm, it is cool how they have transformed an old Porto house into a modern and trendy home – with a strong colorful presence of the Kitchen furniture and appliances in characteristic color.
Interestingly, the blues and tonalities match the vintage or rustic charm of the kitchen, and while the set is contemporary in its appearance and functionality, as in the case of Metalwood by Key Cucine, the vintage hint is present.
Exclusively for the readers of the blog, here is the 2020 kitchen trends guide. Discover the colors, materials, lines, styles, and technological innovations.
What will the kitchen of the future look like? The 2020 kitchen trends see a kitchen increasingly protagonist. Discover the colors, materials, styles and technological innovations that will be the most popular.
The guide is divided into 6 thematic sections, and illustrates how the kitchen is changing and how to live it, increasingly smart and convivial. The guide also explores trends regarding colors, materials, shapes and styles.
In 2020, the kitchen will be the heart of the home, the environment around which all the others revolve. Open to the living room, with an island or a multifunctional peninsula, or integrated into the living area via separate blocks, the kitchen combines a dining and living area in a fluid space.
The 2020 kitchen is therefore increasingly smart and integrated into the living area. Consequently, the technical elements and the work and containment areas should be as camouflaged as possible within the structure. So here are extractor hoods, sinks, hobs with an increasingly appealing design and kitchens that close like a wardrobe.
The choice of kitchen colors is an important decision: a valuable help can be provided by anticipations on trends in design and lifestyle. You can take ideas and inspiration, and be sure that our kitchen will be fashionable for many years to come.
The use of multifunctional furniture and the combination of different materials is very trendy, and adds dynamism to the environment, also with a view to integrating the open space finishes. This is why wood is experiencing a moment of grace: it is perfect for both kitchen and living room furniture. If you are not a Total Wood lover, play with contrasts with other colors and materials. Wood matches perfectly with all trendy colors and materials, such as concrete and metal.
Also discover the trends in terms of lines and shapes of furniture, and suggestions for style, by downloading the guide.
The Modern House: new trends for 2020 kitchens
Colors of nature, eclectic materials, revisited styles, futuristic technology: the 2020 modern kitchens transform the most lived-in place of the house into an aesthetically refined environment, to be experienced and shown.
The design works according to practicality to make the kitchen always easier to clean and to keep in order, but at the same time it creates new trends in 2020 kitchens to attract the eye and make the convivium the fulcrum of the whole house.
More and more often part of an open-plan living area, the 2020 modern kitchens are elegant, original and with an industrial touch.
The island must definitely be this year: operational or not, it is a temptation that few can resist. The new trend is surely the waterfall worktop, or the continuation of the top even on the sides of the island, down to the ground, for a minimal effect to leave you speechless. Above the island, a design hood cannot be missed: the old chimney shapes are banned, the hood becomes a true work of art, with extravagant suspension shapes.
A special attention also to the opening systems: the handles disappear definitively to make room for foldaway, light and dynamic doors. Indeed, in some cases, the entire kitchen is hidden, with large sliding doors, like a simple built-in wardrobe.
Also the increasingly technological and interconnected appliances are masked, with the return of built-in refrigerators and small appliances inside wall units and furniture.
The crockery, on the other hand, becomes very evident, thanks to shelves, sideboards, visible showcases, and the parasquini, with asymmetric large sized slabs of stoneware that surpass the traditional horizontal splashback.
Small details then become essential in a modern kitchen2020: led under-cabinet lights, sink integrated into the top, extendable faucets, contemporary elements combined with vintage ones, and eclectic tables revolutionize the mood of the environment, making it personal, functional and sophisticated.
Modern kitchen color trends
Lakes, forests, sea and land: the 2020 modern kitchen color trends bring the nuances and scents of nature into the home, for an enveloping and reassuring effect.
New entry of the year is definitely blue. From ultramarine shades to denim, from navy blue to azure, blue gives an elegant and vintage touch to the kitchen, combining perfectly with marble, wood and warm colors, such as caramel.
Green, on the other hand, is a color that never goes out of fashion, but in 2020 it becomes predominant in its sage, dark, Veronese, forest, English and petroleum variants. Refined and chic, it enhances oak and walnut kitchens and can also be used for walls, carpets and furnishing accessories.
The material nuances also manifest themselves in warm colors. The 2020 kitchen color trend sees caramel-colored bronze, gold, apricot, terracotta and rust combined with light and white wood.
Separate chapter, instead, for the black kitchen, always trendy also this year. A risky choice, but elegant and sophisticated, perfect for fashion addicts.
The watchword for the 2020 kitchen color trends is to personalize the spaces by daring with the color. What is the definitive end of the total white mood?
Modern kitchen material trends
The industrial type kitchen influences the modern and classic style also for the materials. In fact, the material trends of modern kitchens 2020 see concrete as the undisputed protagonist. Cement tops, shelves, shelves, tables or doors transform the environment with originality, making it young and contemporary.
Concrete goes very well with metal, another trend of 2020. Modern kitchens with corten effect, covered with gold or silver leaf, or with brass details, such as faucets and sinks, are perfect for those who love the minimal, but innovative and extravagant style. Steel is also timeless, for a kitchen with a professional flavor, extremely resistant, clean and linear.
Another must-have of the season is the Marble. Precious, sophisticated and resistant, it is chosen for the kitchen top or to cover the entire island, transforming it into a monolithic element. White, black or gray goes very well with wood, for a refined and chic kitchen.
Whatever the trends in modern kitchens 2020, it is important to never lose sight of one’s personal taste, for a conscious choice that will last over time.
Some award-winning kitchen designs contain at least one dark color as a strong accent on the color scheme. What’s new is the search for contrast and juxtaposition – the darker colors are offset by lighter or lighter colors for kitchen designs, providing visually entertaining and appealing color contrasts.
Here, the dark shades of gray and a new hue Vino ( based on Marsala, Pantone Color of the Year 2015) interweave in a cozy arrangement with vintage tones of design. The kitchen Casa Vino by Rational combines all the advantages of a modern high-tech lifestyle with “old-fashioned” living comfort.
Another color design approach is the use of natural and earthly hues in a contemporary setting. The inspiration of nature, represented by the very attractive veneers – a white glazed oak and other glazed oak in Brazil – occupy a central phase of the design and give the modern functional composition a unique touch.
Apparatus of the trends in color, when it comes to kitchen design, there is a visible trend in the range of materials that composes the kitchen and appliances. A sophisticated choice of colors with high-quality materials: wood, concrete, Corian, glass or organic glass, ceramics, stone or metal in different shades – becomes the recipe for a unique and beautiful kitchen design. Varying from classic to modern style, from country house to high-tech modernism, the designers play with the surface statements – dull and shiny, dark and light, with and without handles – each with their density and appearance.
Here is an outstanding contemporary example of the “Wealth of Simplicity” concept – this INDadakitchen project blends bright and modern forms, materials and colors in a stylish and functional design with infinite configurations and poetic details.
Estivale Kitchen, designed in collaboration with Benedini Associati, combines the textures of the dramatic black marble slab with the warm oak surfaces that give the contemporary composition a rustic charm. The kitchen has several structures that wrack the illuminated glass shelf glamor with its glossy aluminum surfaces in liquid metal brass satin antiqua. The combination of sturdy dark materials and warm wood structures (with a vintage flavor) is always a winning combination when it comes to modern kitchen design.
The exquisite kitchen design Bondi by Leicht Küchen presents us with a successful combination of contrasts: the light wood surfaces meet the velvety-matt lacquer, the warm wood tone meets the cooler air of the Carbon Gray. The seamless transition from the dark worktops (decided in granite, marble or metal) to the light wood cabinets and structures has a fascinating aesthetic. The fresh green accents add to the unique and charming composition of materials, textures and colors.
Here is another kitchen design that incorporates the warm natural presence of unpolished wood and the fresh green accents of living plants – the combination of oak and cappuccino soft lacquer brings its magic to full effect.
Principia of Arclinea and Antonio Citterio : offers a stylish, elegant and original combination of materials and colors. The design of the innovative PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) technology stainless steel paints and the pristine wooden structures and furnishings allow the designer a unique experience and development of work areas in this kitchen project.
The transitional kitchens are one of our favorite designs – they offer a wide variety of structural and material combinations and incorporate a dynamic blend of classic, classic and contemporary design elements. The great variety of artistic expressions and combinations offers the design freedom of the designer, which incorporates elements of traditional and modern design – a trend that is just picking up speed. You can have a rustic kitchen in your trendy townhouse or an urban design with natural and cozy features. In recent years, the transition phase has been an important design style for kitchens; We expect transition kitchens to remain popular.
British designer and artisan Sebastian Cox has created kitchen series for the English brand DeVol, which they call “urban rustic” a very fitting name for this intriguing and artistic composition. Here are some examples of this unique aesthetic. Here we have contemporary and fashionable design elements (such as lighting solution and material combinations) and high-tech appliances, all clad and presented in a natural and rustic style arrangement of wood and ceramic tiles.
Woven beech wood panels – a typical Cox touch – are used on the backs of several cabinets. Small design elements such as drawers and sinks are provided with round, copper-lined holes for opening, while the cabinets have small wooden buttons made of matching wood wood. Combining dynamics and expressive material palette: copper, wood, marble and glass; The designers merge the rustic charm of a house with the high functional demands of modern life.
This DeVol kitchen combines marble worktops with light patterns and stylish vintage antique wood cabinets, all kept in a mild and neutral color palette that expresses freshness and lightness.
When it comes to modern kitchen design, trendy choices and innovative solutions, your kitchen countertops need to respond not just to the style you choose, but also to durability, functionality and the right look. Here are some loads of the hottest and trendiest materials for next year – design combinations that simultaneously meet the style and quality requirements.
Quartz kitchen countertops
Quartz is attractive for its durability and consistent color properties. Quartz offers impressive color choices in white, black or gray, achieving the highest speed as a popular and functional choice in modern kitchen design.
Granite kitchen worktops
Granite continues to be on the list of trendy kitchen countertops for the year 2020. Granite is often referred to as the most durable natural material and is known to withstand cracks and chips well. Hot pots can be placed directly on the countertop, they can be cut directly on the surface without damage and spilled can be easily wiped away.
Marble kitchen worktops
As mentioned before, marble is synonymous with luxury and style, becoming a classic choice for any elegant setting. It is functional and stable material, has a great aesthetic and color selection, it responds well to temperature and mechanical damage; only with stains one should be careful.
Metal kitchen countertops
Metal is always a trendy and fashionable choice, mainly for urban or modernist design arrangements – knowing that the sheen of the metal is irresistible. Latest technologies and innovations provide durability and rust prevention for the metal surfaces intended for kitchen worktops.
Reclaimed worktop made of wood
And of course, wood is always a beautiful and aesthetic choice for those who prefer a more natural and stylish look. Lately, the Reclaimed Wood Countertop has become a hot choice for kitchen design – it’s sustainable and nature-friendly, so it’s a deliberate choice. It is well known that the use of wood, in contrast to natural stone such as marble and granite, is a more environmentally friendly resource, as wood is renewable and the use of waste wood is even more, since it is used twice. The old wood countertop not only adds irresistible charm and personality to your kitchen design, but is also the right choice for the planet.
Summon – what are the latest trends in kitchen design and decor? Where two parallel trends in contemporary kitchen design are based for this season and their distinction on the material selection. The first tendency is based on traditional craftsmanship and natural atmosphere and requires a lot of craftsmanship and handy work materials, simple and clean silhouettes with row times that preserve the minimalist appearance of modern furniture design without too much decoration and ornaments. The wood elements dominate this type of trendy kitchen design, even if they are connected and displayed as a laminate of parquet surfaces. Typical examples of this trend in modern kitchen design are the projects of DeVol,
The other trend this season is the contrasting design methods – with high-tech innovations of materials and surfaces, the designers create large and massive volumes with shiny surfaces and simple shapes. Here we can also observe the presence of wooden elements, but in these cases they are more than additions and artistic details not used as a leading material choice. Dark colors and contrasts are also outstanding. The kitchen designs by Mina and bulthaup are a wonderful representation of this trend.
Inspired by the iconic Airstream Caravans, the inspiration defines the soft curves and retro-contemporary feel of the Air Kitchen project. Aluminum panels, polished studs and futuristic push-to-open doors with a closed surface are just a few of the charming features. The designers used the most up-to-date eco-friendly materials, easy-care surfaces and bright colors adorned with small warm oak details and framing.
The soft and smooth curves that characterize the silhouette of the caravan and the iconic round openings define the vintage twist of the otherwise futuristic and modern look of Air Kitchen’s design. Sleek stainless steel legs or a matching cabinet base that gives them the appearance of a floating, bright color scheme and massive volumes add to the exciting sense of space and airiness in this modern kitchen designed and built in the UK.
Speaking of lightness and style, here is another unique and charming kitchen design by DeVol with plaited beechwood panels and a clear lined silhouette. Simple, functional and elegant, this kitchen island can be used in several design arrangements.
Here is a similar kitchen island shaped frame designed by Pattina Kitchen for Sanwa Company, Japan, featuring a matte black frame, a rough wood grain pattern and an Italian ceramic tile worktop. The composition has a simple, clear line structure that has a certain elegance and modern look with a touch of retro design and “old-fashioned” spirit.
Minimalist and innovative, the b2 is inspired by the golden rule of craftsmanship: “Tools and materials must always be kept clean and within reach.” The kitchen premise as an experimental factory The functional organization principle of the design reduces the kitchen to three sculptural elements: the kitchen cabinet, the workbench and the kitchen cabinet. Due to the flexibility, the elegant silhouette and the innovative charm of these features, bulthaup b2 also adapts to new spatial conditions and diverse design options.
This season Minacciolo introduces Minà – a novel, bold rust finish for the kitchen design. Inventive reminder of the vintage look in Italian tradition. This exceptional material selection offers a highly textured reddish-brown rust effect that is retro but decidedly contemporary. The multi-purpose island of Minà has a special treatment that gives it a unique aged look and attractive texture. Artistic custom buttons and details add to the vintage charm of the montage. The tall cabinets are reminiscent of ice boxes from the early decades of the 20th century, and the warm red accents add a cozy nuance to the premises.
Another novelty reminiscent of the tradition of Italian master craftsmen is this playfully arranged worktop, which is part of the kitchen project Minà. The designer has created a combination of tradition, retro tips and cutting-edge technology and has created a multifunctional island with an artistic and dynamic pattern. Mina has a tin-studded steel worktop combined with a lava stone tiled breakfast bar. The exquisite craftsmanship of the island consists of Sicilian glazed volcanic stone slabs over a water-repellent surface: innovative, artistic and brings back the rich texture and color effect in the kitchen.
We realize that in small urban housing estates, the big kitchen is not an option and sometimes not even a necessity. People who enjoy cooking but rarely do enjoy enjoying the challenge of improvising in small kitchens. Here are some examples of small kitchen settings that lack style, trend and aesthetics.
Snaidero’s Board Kitchen is a contemporary industrial solution for compact environments. Tailored to the limited space requirements that require flexible and stylish solutions, the Board Project is an evolution of contemporary kitchen design that offers functional solutions, high quality and trendy looks.
Thanks to new technologies, innovations and the imagination of the designers, there are so many possibilities for the design and design of the kitchen that, if we choose one for our home, we only determine our lifestyle, our location and our sense of taste. For people living in the city, there are endless possibilities: small and functional kitchens, jazzy city compositions, fabric products, innovative inventions that create surfaces that are resistant to damage and erosion, and so on. For those who prefer a more natural lifestyle and feel the connection with nature – the trends that lead to a more rustic design, the choice of recycled materials and natural composition should be better suited. Just choose and enjoy.