As we’ve often said before, it’s the hub of the home and one of the first rooms you’re likely to renovate. So when it comes to interior design trends, those for the kitchen are particularly fast-moving. And social media accounts tend to be full of glossy pictures of the latest styles.
Marble set to stay popular
Marble has been as popular as ever in 2020, and it’s not a look that’s likely to go out of style anytime soon. Darker tones of this beautiful natural stone in particular are likely to prove sought-after as we head into 2021. Marble provides a classic, versatile look that can give any kitchen or bathroom a touch of sheer luxury.
Bare minalism is a hit
This is a common theme that we’re likely to see sticking around, with clutter-busting designs including monochrome colour schemes alongside clever storage solutions. It may be a cliché, but sometimes less really is more.
Whether you go for marble or any other natural stone for your kitchen worktops, a waterfall countertop, for a modern kitchen especially, is a great look – and bang on-trend. It basically means that the top of the countertop ‘falls’ down the sides, creating the kind of minimalist look mentioned above, and bringing the whole appearance of the room together beautifully.
We think we’ll be seeing a lot more of these designs in 2021.
Plants and open shelving
House plants aren’t just for the sitting room. They can really open up a space, completing the perfect room and helping to create a relaxing feel. So this is likely to be another continuing trend, with the internet full of subscription packages for buying plants.
Equally, open shelving means all your kitchen contents are on display. This can look really striking, not least if your items have a particular colour scheme or theme. It also makes it easier to grab things when you’re cooking. You’ll also flood the space with colour, and looks especially good in a more traditional kitchen.
Your kitchen’s all white!
We’ve mentioned monochrome styles above. But experts are predicting a rise in white kitchen designs. Again, these enhance a minimalist look, while making a space look bigger than it is, and opening up a room. White also definitely stands the test of time, so no wonder it’s set to remain a popular choice.
Talk to Royal Stone Care
At Royal Stone Care, we’ll be here for you in 2021 whatever trends come and go, offering specialist marble cleaning, marble restoration and marble repair across London, as well as providing expert services for other natural stones. Call us right now to learn more about what we do.