We spoke to Spicy Kitchen trend experts to find out which kitchen trends are going to be big in 2021.
With the advent of great new kitchen brands and lots of innovative design ideas and smart touches from old appliance designs being showcased in kitchen showrooms across the country, there are very modern looks and state-of-the-art appliances to choose from.
Below we take a look at the biggest trends and new kitchen ideas in 2021.
1. HIDDEN KITCHEN
This apartment with little space provides even more kitchen innovations, like the kitchen photos above. This chic open space hides the cooking area with chameleon-like skill so you can focus on the fun.
Maximize the feeling of space by combining cooking, dining and relaxing in a beautiful, light-filled room. Here the small, ugly kitchen was demolished in favor of a large living room with a hidden kitchen at one end.
2. NETWORK CABINET
Kitchen specialist Davonport has expanded its design portfolio to include cabinet doors with polished wire mesh. Combined with a diamond-shaped brass handle, this look lends a sophisticated touch to industrial style.
3. USE MATERIALS IN AWESOME WAY
There’s something free about having a kitchen that just doesn’t feel right. While some elements such as cabinets and appliances need to be standardized, consider adding character with practical elements that come from elsewhere.
This sink area features rustic ceramic shelving and a narrow geometric brass back set in the back, creating a great vignette and wall decor for the kitchen.
4. CHRISTIAN COLORS CONTRAST
By selecting two colors on opposite sides of the color wheel, e.g. B. pink and green, a strong contrast is achieved. Here, deVOL classic British cuisine is painted to order in Farrow & Ball green and pink. Prices start at £25,000.
5. NEW COLLECTED IN THE MIDDLE CENTURY
The bright white contrasts with the rich wood and soft curves to give the modern kitchen a modern mid-century feel.
The dark walnut wardrobe ensures a simplified look with clever custom details. The tall white cabinets and back and light marble countertops catch the eye, creating the illusion of space that keeps the look fresh and up-to-date.