Kitchen Trends That Are Here To Stay

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Kitchen Trends That Are Here To Stay

Some like the trending looks, while others prefer timeless trends. Just because something isn’t trending, doesn’t mean it can’t stand the test of time. Let’s have a look at some timeless kitchen designs that are here to stay this 2020.

Quartz Countertops

Quartz countertop not only requires less upkeep and maintenance than granite, but they pair well with dark and lighter shades and are easy to incorporate into any kitchen.

Blue Cabinets

With Classic Blue being the Pantone Colour Of The Year, you’ll never feel blue when your cabinets are blue. Blue is a neutral shade and an excuse to give your kitchen a pop of colour. 

Induction Cooking

Fast, safe and aesthetically pleasing all in one? Induction cookers use very little heat and are perfect for compact kitchens as well.

Marble

Marble will always be in. But if having a marble countertop or marble backsplash isn’t in your budget, go for pops of marble-like bowls, plates, and other accessories. 

Subway Tile

For a clean and sophisticated look that is easy to install and continues to stand the test of time, opt for a subway tile backsplash. There are countless ways of arranging subway tiles to really bring out a custom look.

LED Lighting

LED lighting is no longer chilly and cold, but can perk up an island or brighten the workspace below you.

Integrated Appliances

Say goodbye to appliances sticking out like a sore thumb! Integrating appliances can achieve a seamless flow with the rest of your cabinetry. 

White 

White is the one kitchen colour that will always remain a legend. You can have so much fun with white when it comes to appliances and accessories because everything goes well with white.

Deep Drawers

Deep drawers make storage effortless with additional space for large pots and pans or crockery you only bring out once in a while. Our range of innovative storage solutions will ensure you get the perfect amount of deep drawers for your new kitchen. 

Wood (or wood-like) Floors

Hardwood floors stay warm and cosy for years, and we are spoilt for choice lately when it comes to wood-like alternatives for the same inviting style.