Out with the old and in with the new! With people spending a significant amount of time in their homes in 2020, the desire to do home projects skyrocketed.
If you are one of those people itching to make some home improvements, specifically in your kitchen, then this list of the top trends to expect in 2021 is for you.
Woven Light Fixtures
If you’re looking to add a relaxed, breezy feel to your kitchen, woven-style fixtures are the trend to shed a light on, giving you those natural contemporary vibes.
Appliances in Drawers
As easy to open as a normal drawer, the innovative dish drawer and cool drawer provide an array of functions that make life easier. Not to mention the seamless design will give your kitchen the minimalist look that is becoming more popular.
“In 2021, marbles with dramatic veining will take precedence over more demure slabs of years past,” says Marie Flanigan, principal of Marie Flanigan Interiors. Is this the year that we start to say goodbye to all white kitchens?
When it comes to entertainment, we want to be able to integrate both cooking and socializing and what better way to do that than with integrated seating on the island.
Metallic interiors will shine bright this year. Metal is more livable and takes on warmer characteristics when compared with natural wood.
The downside of beautiful granite or marble countertops is how cold they feel to the touch. The simple upgrade of adding a countertop warmer under the area where you frequently lean is a luxury you didn’t know you needed this year.
Eye-Catching Vent Hoods
So long, stainless steel! Vent hoods are having a major design moment, so why not take the plunge and turn it into an eye-catching focal point?
Stainless steel accessories aren’t going away but what is expected to take over is brushed brass, matt black, and gold tapware. Draw the eye and compliment the cabinetry with any of these new materials.
Greens & Blue-Grays
Experts everywhere are declaring that the green, blue and gray hues will be the up-and-coming color for kitchens and bathrooms for the next several years.
Deep Single-Basin Sinks
Deeper, one-basin sinks make soaking and washing dishes much easier than double-bowl sinks. This isn’t a new trend but more and more homeowners are prioritizing this practical upgrade in their kitchens.
Which of these trends caught your eye the most?