A cabinetry contractor who stays on top of all the latest kitchen cabinet trends ensures you get the exact style and look you want. 2020 seems to be the year for kitchen cabinet upgrades, and there are some exciting new ideas trending. From storage to countertops to hardware – a cabinetry contractor can provide exactly what you need. Whether it’s traditional oak cabinetry or an edgier industrial look you’re going for, Tarvin Products are the ones to call.
Here are five popular kitchen cabinet design trends for 2020.
Countertops – The new Eco-friendly composite countertops are hugely popular right now. Formed from a variety of materials like recycled paper or fly ash, these extremely durable and attractive countertops are stain and scratch resistant, prevent the growth of bacteria and are also heat resistant. Composite countertops are food safe because they are free of VOCs and do not emit radon gasses. Granite and quartz are also still preferred by many homeowners and there is a wide variation of colors to choose from to compliment any style kitchen.
Kitchen Islands – Islands have been favored in homes across America for years and are still must-haves for many homes. The options are virtually unlimited as to size, style and finishes. One very attractive option is including a wine cooler, shelves for cookbooks and a small prep sink for cleaning vegetables or rinsing glassware. By adding gold-plated trim work and granite countertops, your cabinetry contractor can completely transform a drab, boring kitchen into a work of art.
Oak, Cherry or Something Else – Oak kitchen cabinets are coming back into style. Oak is a very hard, heavy wood that’s strong and durable. Its coarse, highly visible grain pattern makes it a popular choice for homeowners who value a traditional kitchen design. Cherry wood is warm and has a rich look with predominantly red undertones; however, it can range in color from pale yellow to deep brown. The texture of cherry wood is smooth and satiny, which allows it to accept stain beautifully. Pine is a popular choice especially if you’re looking for a more rustic or country kitchen design. Wood cabinets are very versatile and can be painted or stained to match any kitchen décor. Your cabinetry contractor can add a convenient spice rack, glass panel doors and other handy features to make your kitchen more accommodating.
Sink Styles – Kitchen sinks today are available in a variety of shapes, sizes and materials, and can include a wide range of accessories, such as cutting boards, utensil trays, drying racks and colanders. A popular trend among homeowners currently is for large, single-basin sinks, such as old-fashioned, deep farmhouse sinks, with plenty of room for scrubbing bulky pots and pans. The primary sink is often accompanied by a smaller prep sink in the kitchen island, as mentioned previously.
Stainless steel is the most popular choice for modern kitchen designs. Updating your kitchen with stainless steel appliances and sinks, faucets and trim, along with stainless steel kitchen cabinets, countertops and even ceilings, gives your home an edgy, sophisticated industrial vibe. Exposed beams and ductwork are especially prevalent in loft apartments and many modern homes.
Backsplashes – Tile has long been a favorite for backsplashes, and a talented cabinetry contractor can get very creative when installing tiles. But the biggest trend we’re seeing currently is stainless steel for really innovative backsplash options. Pressed tin is a second runner-up to stainless, but both are beautiful, long-lasting and easy to wipe down and keep clean.
Tarvin Products cabinetry contractor offers classy cabinet designs and seamless cabinet installations. We produce top-class projects to demonstrate our dedication to our clients in the Kansas City area on both sides of the state line. When we work, we take into account the big picture and operate by the values of sustainability, aesthetics, and workmanship. Our approach to kitchen cabinetry includes a consistent blend of field and in-house works that yield unsurpassed results.