Kitchen Trends We Won’t See in 2020

Just by looking at a kitchen you can sort of take a guess at what year it was last remodeled. Kitchen design, much like fashion or other home decor, follows popular trends that come and go with time. Colored appliances were popular in the 70s, but you couldn’t catch someone adding a green fridge to their kitchen nowadays. There are plenty of decor ideas that we definitely won’t be seeing added to any kitchens this year.

Barn Doors

Barn doors are just way too typical. They’ve completely been overdone and work with too many houses. It’s time to switch it up and find another way to block off your kitchen from the rest of your home, if that’s what you’re trying to do. Maybe opt for a more open feel, therefore eliminating a reason for any sort of door to your kitchen.

Open-Concept Kitchens

As just stated, giving your kitchen a more open feel is not a bad thing, but making it a completely open space may not be a trend we’ll see in 2020. People were getting demolition-happy in the past years, making their living room, kitchen, other rooms on that floor completely one space. Dividing it up is never a bad thing. It may even give your space a more homey feel.

Stainless Steel Appliances

With the wide array available finishes for appliances these days, stainless steel might be put on the back burner. The clean look of it makes it a popular kitchen style, but it is almost impossible for it to stay clean for long periods of time. There are even panels that can hide your kitchen appliance completely, especially refrigerators. You won’t have to worry about fingerprints being visible on the appliances.

Plaster Walls

Plaster kitchen walls were all over Instagram a few years ago, but don’t opt for them this years. Like stainless steel, they are hard to clean, especially if food splatters a lot in your kitchen. They are known to stain very easily. These walls will be a thing of the past soon enough.

Pot Racks

Using a pot rack if you have completely coordinating pots and pans can add a nice touch to your kitchen. On the other hand, if you have a big mismatch of different pots and pans, then it’s a different story. Uncoordinated cookware doesn’t need to be displayed like that. A downside to pot racks is definitely the facts that the pots and pans will collect dust easily.

You can use whatever trends you want in your kitchen, these particular ones just might not be the most popular this year. Make your kitchen whatever you want it to be!

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