Latest Modular Kitchen Designs - Trends of 2020

After a hectic and tiring day at the office, nobody wants to come to a boring and dull home. Gone are the days when the kitchen was just a place where meals are cooked or unwashed dishes are washed. Today, kitchens being the focal points of the house are paraded with all its glory. 


If you are planning for Kitchen renovation or getting a Modular Kitchen to your Home and are running out of ideas, here is a list compiled by HomeTriangle design experts about the current trends and designs.

1. Smart Kitchen


Its 2020 and technology entered our home in full force and kitchens were no exceptions. Now you can have technology integrated into every appliance in your kitchen from your lights to your refrigerators that can alert you when grocery items are running low. Smart kitchens are an evolving aspect of design. In fact, a lot of kitchens today are built us “smart kitchen” from the ground up. 

2. Dark Cabinets


Although white kitchen cabinets are a classy elegant look, we are seeing a rising trend in dark-colored kitchen cabinets. Dark kitchen cabinets portray full-on elegance and a luxurious feel that white just cannot.

3. Think of it as a Solution for all your Storage Needs!


The foundation of any kitchen is functional kitchen storage. If it is inadequate or ineffective, you will face an endless frustration. To counter storage challenges, appliances garages for small appliances, drawer dividers for cutlery & utensils, pull-outs for spices, tray dividers, roll-out trays and caddies for pots & pans; as well as wastebasket cabinets for garbage and recyclables and/or deep drawers.

4. Ceramic Tiles or Hardwood Floors?


Even though hardwood floors have been unchallenged, 2019 saw ceramic tiles as the rising trend. We believe that the trend is going to continue considering the latest technologies with which they come in a lot of designs and the fact that it is so much easier to maintain than wood.

5. Kitchen Islands


Kitchen islands are no more a western thing anymore. They have become focal points and the hub of the kitchen. One of the changes emerging is the single level larger sizing, serving multiple uses; especially since we are seeing less wall cabinet space in kitchen design. The kitchen island is meant to create an impact, and its design must make a statement.

6. Outdoor Space or Patio


Homeowners literally everywhere are connecting their kitchens to an outdoor space or patio. Install a sliding glass door and huge windows and you can feel connected to the outdoor space and the freedom it provides is just surreal. 

If you feel like your kitchen has no character, you should always consider a remodel. With certified professionals and designers, HomeTriangle helps you find the right expert for your needs. 

Ramesh Chincholi

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