If you’re thinking of redesigning your kitchen or are currently having an extension and need some inspiration, look no further! We’ve rounded up some of the top design trends for 2021 that will help to transform your space.
Investing in any element of your kitchen can prove invaluable, for both while you’re living there but also if you want to put it on the market. It’s important to look for trends and styles that are timeless, but that also lend themselves well to adding a splash of your personality.
No matter if you’ve got a narrow or square space, compact kitchens are ideal for kitchens that are on the smaller side. It’s important to think about the layout of your space if you’re designing from scratch, especially if the heart of your home is small. Make sure you use every inch of the room with cabinets along the wall and tall units to maximise the height.
New colours for 2021
Forget about going matchy-matchy with your kitchen colours, blended colours are fast becoming the new thing. Try a darker colour for your bottom cabinets and a lighter shade for your wall cabinets! It’s great to at a twist to your aesthetic and can make the space feel completely different.
In recent years it’s been all about navy and hues of blue, but expect to see more green kitchens over the next few years. The trend for bold dark colours was popular in 2020 and will continue into 2021 and beyond.
You can’t redesign the heart of your home and not include some statement pieces! Let’s face it, no kitchen is complete without a tap, so why not push the boat out and opt for one in an eye-catching colour and style. You’ll see more and more brass, rose gold and black taps make an appearance over the next few years.
Top finishing styles
Marble has been around for a long time, and it’s a design that will never go out of style. Now is the time for strongly veined marble (and maybe even granite or quartz). If there’s one thing that’s taking the kitchen trends and styles trend by storm, it’s the unmissable luxury of marble.
There’s so much to think about when redesigning your kitchen space, so take a look at some of these designs and styles and why not implement some of them into your home!