Pay Attention to These Home Design Trends for 2020
Looking to remodel your home this year?
It’s always good to get a sense of what is (and isn’t) in style before making any permanent upgrades to your home. Here’s a quick overview of some design trends you can expect to encounter as you investigate your options heading into 2020.
Kitchen Design Trends for 2020
- Color mixing: Classic white and black cabinets will never go out of style, but in 2020 you can expect to see more people introducing some striking, intense colors into their kitchen, including dark reds, bright yellows, navy blues or greens. These colors won’t just be limited to cabinets, either—you can expect to see color used in more kitchen elements, including islands, shelves, and even appliances.
- Minimalist design: For several years now we’ve seen many homeowners embrace minimalist designs, and we expect that trend to continue into 2020. Modern-style kitchen designs feature sleek, simple appearances with lots of straight lines and little in the way of ornamentation. For cabinets, this means you likely won’t see any intricate inlays or fancy hardware (or even any hardware at all). This also means less clutter and “stuff” on countertops and shelving, and a focus on creating more space while using simple design elements.
- Mixing materials: Luxury kitchen designers are starting to break away from the long-running trend of perfectly coordinating all materials and styles to create mixtures of materials that create a greater depth of appearance. This isn’t to say clashing materials and styles is “in style,” but some designers aren’t quite as rigid with what will flow in a room as they have been in the recent past.
- Countertops: Dark colors are becoming more popular with countertops. Black, dark browns and dark grays complement a wide variety of color schemes, making them versatile, attractive, and bold.
Bathroom Design Trends for 2020
- Open concept: You’ve heard of the open concept kitchen, but what about the open concept bathroom? Today’s bathroom designers are working on creating more space for relaxation in the bathroom to give a more luxurious, wide-open feeling, including tubs or exposed showers right out in the open.
- Powder room redesigns: Many people resist investing in their half-baths and powder rooms, feeling as though there’s not much they can do with a room of such small size. However, designers are constantly coming up with new ways to make bold statements even with tiny spaces. Expect to see all kinds of new and creative powder room upgrades getting attention in 2020.
- Vanities in front of windows: Vanities are always a key part of any bathroom remodel, and now there are more designers looking for ways to put vanities in front of windows so people can start off their days with sunshine and a nice view of the outdoors. Mirrors can then be suspended from the ceiling or placed on a side wall to provide full functionality.
- Hardware: Pewter and gunmetal hardware will be all the rage in 2020. It provides great texture to a bathroom with some depth and richness of color that’s not quite as brash as gold or brass.
If you’re looking for more ideas for your kitchen or bathroom remodel in 2020, contact us today!
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