Kitchen Trends and Colours for 2021
2020 hasn’t been the year we expected, so now is the perfect time to look ahead to the kitchen trends and colours for 2021, and start dreaming of fresh starts and new beginnings.
Kitchen Colours Trends
2021 is all about Green, perfect for that new beginning. Emerald green and forest green, bold and full of drama, will be popping up in kitchens around the UK. Paired with white worktops and gold or brass (another top trend in 2021) accessories, this colour is the big trend for the coming year.
But we haven’t seen the end to the navy blue that has been popular in recent years. In 2021 we’re expecting to see a darker blue lead the way. This colour is ideal if you are looking at chrome accessories, which sets off the dark paint.
Two-tone is a trend that has been developing over the past 12 months and will to continue into 2021.
Splitting your cabinets by choosing two contrasting colours adds adventure to your new luxury kitchen. You can create a bespoke room like no other with this opulent trend.
To contrast those deep dramatic cabinet colours, we’ll start to see softer, calmer colours appear on kitchen walls. Serene pinks, greys and gentle greens will grace walls of luxurious kitchens, ensuring that the drama of rich doors balances out the freshness of pure, clean paint colours.
Design Trends for Kitchens in 2021
This is a trend that we are super excited about here at Maranatha. Innovative storage ideas that allow maximising of space and an opportunity to exercise our flair for design flair is our sweet spot.
Experts predict that the kitchen larder will be one of the most desired features of 2021, so now is the perfect time to start planning that space-saving innovation.
Streamlined simple styling is going to be a prominent feature in kitchen trends for 2021. High-quality craftsmanship that doesn’t need the fuss. Clean, strong lines and a contemporary feel, minimal, but beautifully classic.
Hot Water Taps
The hot water tap is going to be the must-have addition to bespoke kitchens in 2021. With so many of us popping into the kitchen for a hot drink as we now work from our home offices, this item will be on the top of everyone’s list. What’s more, hot water taps that go a step further and make a statement. They will be the ‘hottest’ (yes I just said that) item on our kitchen wishlists.
Metallic industrial materials have been showing up in kitchens for the past 18 months, and 2021 will see this continue. By adding texture, industrial materials make us want to touch and explore our beautiful living spaces; this trend is effortless on the eyes and oh so tactile.