Remodeling Trends 2020
KEYSTONE KITCHENS, INC.
Kitchen and Bathroom
“Keystone Kitchens, Inc. is a full service kitchen and bathroom remodeler in Woodinville, Washington. We’re family owned and proud of our experienced employees that work as a team to create beautiful spaces every day.”
19510 144th Avenue NE, Suite A7
Woodinville, WA 98072
#1 OPEN FLOOR PLAN
Today, the kitchen is a multifunctional space. It is a cooking/baking center, entertainment hub, home office, homework station and simply a gathering space. Wall removal is gaining popularity to create an open floor plan with the kitchen at the center of the home serving so many functions. Design aesthetics are very important, and the open floor plan concept should feel connected with the other rooms in your home with good design.
#2 SHAKER STYLE CABINET DOORS
The timeless shaker style features a flat inside panel and a plain raised square frame. This is such a simple, versatile look. It can easily be incorporated in transitional, modern, contemporary and farmhouse kitchens. Some variations to this style may include a beveled inside edge detail or wider rails and stiles.
#3 GREY AND NAVY
When it comes to cabinetry and countertops, I always have longevity in mind. We have been remodeling kitchens with various shades of grey for a couple decades now and navy for about a decade. These really are not trends; they are part of a classic color palette.
#4 OPEN SHELVING
Open shelves are a wonderful opportunity for displaying dishes or personal items in your kitchen and bathroom. When done well, they can create a sense of openness and break the heaviness cabinetry may have. Number of shelves, thickness, edge detail and corners all can have an impact on the overall feeling of the space.
#5 TASK LIGHTING
Task lighting is one of the most critical lighting types in the kitchen. Since the kitchen is a work space, it’s important to have the right lighting in the right spots to enable you to work safely. Since your countertop is generally your workspace, consider the light source above. LED (lighting-emitting diodes) lighting under the cabinets is a great source of lighting that improves functionality and environment in the kitchen. LEDs produce brighter light than other types of bulbs while using less energy.