Are you looking to update your kitchen but are short on ideas? Keeping up to date with all the latest kitchen design trends is a complex process.
Minimalism and rose gold appliances were huge in 2018, but 2019 has brought us a whole new crop of trends. Whether you’re renovating or want a bit of a refresh, take inspiration from the design trends of 2019.
To balance out the colour in your kitchen, incorporate natural elements. It’ll bring a unique and sophisticated look to the space.
Matte Black Finishes
Once a minimal choice in all white modern kitchens, matte black first became a big part of our kitchens in 2017, and has continued growing in popularity. It’s a great way to add a subtle contrast to wood cabinets and more traditional kitchens, giving an elegant and classic look. It can be a difficult colour to master at first, but once it’s done right, it creates a beautiful sophisticated design.
Technology continues to enhance our day-to-day lives, so comes as no surprise that it’s moving into our kitchens. From remote light controls to smart screen display fridges, you’ll have plenty of genius updates to take advantage of. The possibilities are completely endless.
Looking for High-Tech Appliances for your space? Visit a reputable Electrical Appliance retailer such as Appliance World. An expert will be able to guide you in the right direction
Stainless steel continues to rule supreme in the world of appliances. With its professional and commercial roots, the neutral colour can easily be integrated into any kitchen style. A stainless steel refrigerator blends in nicely with lighter colourede cabinets, but stands out boldly against black kitchen cabinets.
Integrated appliances are becoming more and more popular in 2019, as designers are finding new innovative ways to hide appliances. Designers have presented us with concealed hoods, extractor fans and even cupboards. Say goodbye to unsightly appliances.
The Farmhouse Sink
The farmhouse sink is one of those kitchen features that will never really go out of style. Continuing on to become a popular 2019 trend, the sink has been recreated and reborn in a range of different materials that gives the classic feature a modern twist. Currently one of the most popular materials of choice is concrete, whereas the traditional farmhouse sink is crafted from porcelain.
Oven shelving is becoming more and more popular compared to the conventional upper kitchen cabinets. Being open, it creates a bold statement and can look great in any kitchen as a feature piece.
When it comes to kitchen design, recently people have been gravitating to more natural materials. Wood is a great way to create a welcoming space, which is timeless and connects you with nature. The material is wonderfully versatile and can be used anywhere in the kitchen.
You may not have thought it but Black, copper, pewter and brass can look wonderful together to create a mixed and stylish kitchen combination. No matter whether it’s on a kitchen cupboard, cabinets or even a drawer – it creates a wonderful, timeless look with lots of character.
A Bit of Scandinavia
Originally introduced in Denmark and quickly extending to other Scandinavian countries like Norway, Sweden and Finland, all kitchen style is about the feel, not the look of your kitchen – known as hygge (pronounced “hoo-gah”). Create a space which feels homely, comforting and warm. It’s all about simple, clean lines and spacious countertops that are practical for all day to day uses. Another essential part of “hygge” is keeping the colour palette neutral. Think light greys, whites, creams and taupe. Don’t worry though, you can brighten you space and add pops of colour with simple accent pieces.