If you are waiting for the perfect time to make renovations to your home, then you will be happy to know that there is no better time than at the beginning of a new year. This allows you to say goodbye to the old and hello to the new. This includes giving your home a fresh start in many different ways like a fresh coat of paint or adding cool sliding door hardware to go with your new sliding kitchen door. Whatever idea you feel like tackling this new year, we are sure you will be able to make a huge first impression as you incorporate these new 2020 trends.
Make Your Cabinets Pop
Updating the kitchen cabinets will be one of the most common trends that we will start to see more of in 2020. Whether you decide on a new color or a whole different door design, we are certain changes to the cabinets will create an added value that will last well into the future.
If your cabinets have glass doors, you could switch the handles to something more modern or decorative. Or, if they’re open shelves, you could add a few new items, like bowls in different shapes and colors or double-wall glass tea cups and teapots will help spruce things up and give your kitchen a fresh new look.
Add Accents That Are Vintage
When it comes to cabinet accents, adding a vintage accent will be the new look that everyone will be wanting. Some of these vintage come-backs include the use of spindles and spooled handles that were popular during the 19th century. However, unlike home design from yesteryear, you can expect to see just a few vintage pieces that will easily make a statement.
A Navy Shade of Blue
For 2020, the new color of choice seems to be navy blue so you’ll likely see a lot more of this color on kitchen cabinets. This is great because of its sophisticated and versatile feel. Not only that, but navy blue is able to provide the perfect contrast for both exterior and interior styles for homes that have a modern or traditional appeal. If your kitchen cabinets receive a touch-up along with each room in your house, then it will work well with your kitchen cabinets and other furnishings without having to worry about going completely dark.
Make Your Wallpaper Flourish
Bringing floral wallpaper into the cabinet mix is another way to have a flourishing look and can easily make your kitchen cabinets look more appealing. If you have never incorporated it into your cabinets, then this year is a great time to start. Although wallpaper has been used for generations, adding floral design to your cabinets will provide a more modern look.
Besides the exterior of your cabinets, you can also lay it down in the inside so that the entire design will be as one.
Make Your Cabinet Design High-Contrast
Having cabinet designs that are high-contrast will help you get away from the same old, same old. So if you are interested in a darker tone for your kitchen cabinets, then go for it!
We are certain that you’ll enjoy moving away from all of the white that comes with a home. But if you’re not ready for this type of drastic change, then you can just put it off until you are ready.
Decorate With Olive Trees
Last year, we saw how the fig tree dominated home design. For 2020, it looks like it will be the olive tree. With their subtle look, you won’t have to worry about green blooms because the olive trees are more sophisticated. You can easily create a rustic look by using some strong pieces as cabinet handles.
Share Your Art
This year, if you are an avid art collector you can share your love for art. This includes anything that is considered antique. People love how old things can have a great story behind them and incorporating them into your cabinets is a great start.
Color Your Cabinets
Adding color to your kitchen goes in-hand with the above where having a blah color on your cabinets, like white, now seems to be a thing of the past. To change it up for 2020, introduce it with a much darker color or at least one that is a little above white. Maybe add more natural colors to your shelves, kitchen island, or cabinets that will allow your kitchen to remain light and bright but without having to feel restricted.