Kitchen cabinetry is more than just a place to store your pots, pans and dishes these days. When designing your new kitchen remodel it is essential to your new kitchen style. Cabinetry the foundation that holds together all the other aspects of a kitchen remodel. There are always new design ideas and here are a few for 2020!
We are seeing a trend toward the streamlined look that focuses on clean, simple and minimal. While simple clean cabinetry has been and will continue to keep gaining in popularity, you may prefer unique style just to your own. While designing your new kitchen remodel, keep in mind what is important to you and then add the designs you desire. Below are a few designs you can use while designing your kitchen remodel in 2020.
Open shelves is something that looks good in the magazines but it all depends on you and what you intend to store there. If have to have a heirloom set of dinnerware or specialty pieces you want on display this makes a lot of sense. With good organization and the right design and layout for your kitchen cabinets, you can create a really unique cutting edge style for your new kitchen renovation. Open kitchen shelves instead of wall cabinetry is continuing to trend for 2020 as it has in recent years. Considering everything is out in the open, it is important to take a minute and plan what you place on the shelves.
Homeowners in 2020 want something unique that builds character and personality and most of the time also provides a bold statement. Color is one of the most effective ways to achieve this in your new kitchen design. Cabinet manufactures are also offering new innovative ways to customize the colors of each offering.
In 2020 expect neutral colors with tones like grey, yellow and soft greens but don’t count out the darker color pallet. Black, navy, and emerald green has the high-end allure that we see trending based upon the recent remodels completed in 2019.
Your options start here. You basically have three major color categories to choose from: light, medium, and dark. Light tones are loved for their simple, soft clean look and project a timeless style. Medium toned hues are shades of blue, grey and yellow. Dark shades include colors such as emerald green, inky black, navy blue and jeweled plumb tones.
The minimalism trend of clean, simple in cabinetry is likely to continue into 2020 and for a decade or more to come. Modern cabinets feature recessed panel doors with smooth edge profiles and simple clean lines offering only the simplest of design elements. Baically, most of the clutter has been reduced minimum.
Larger than life sink bowls
Functionality and fasion bring us, today’s large kitchen sink bowls. With dishwashers becoming a standard feature in new home construction these days, the need for a double bowl sink is less important. Everyone has noticed the Farmhouse sink design is being used in many kitchen designs in recent years. Farmhouse sinks are popular mostly for their large deep sizes, that allows for more comfortable use, and style.
Technology is also providing an increase of unique faucet designs. Faucet designs have changed! Today, faucets come in all shapes and sizes. Pot filler faucets are mounted on the wall with a long arm that can extend over cooktop to fill large pots, while others come with unique spray mechanisms while others are embedded with sensors to get water flowing automatically.
Storage Solutions for Smart Tech
In this day and age, we are inseparable from technology it seems. As such, kitchen design is also changing to accommodate these trends. Your new kitchen cabinetry should consider including a charging station for your range of electronic devices. For really high-tech cabinetry, you can have wireless devices built right into the cabinetry. These considerations should include, wireless music speakers, televisions, or a tablet.
Integrated Custom Appliance Designs in Las Vegas
Most of the modern kitchen cabinet layouts and designs in late 2019 going into 2020 included the intent of fitting flush and seamlessly disappearing into the surrounding cabinetry, integrated appliances. This is especially true for refrigerators and dishwashers. Appliances are fitted with panels to hide the original appearance ultimately customizing the look and feel of the design completely eliminating the old eye sore appliance in the kitchen. Uninterrupted sightlines will elevate your new kitchen to entirely new level.