When it comes to kitchen design, we have seen so many trends come and go in the last few years, but one that has been going strong for some time now (and will continue to be seen in 2020) is a combination of painted (or in this case, sprayed) cabinets accentuated with natural wood. In fact, natural wood cabinets should be the hottest trend in the new year and that goes for all spaces in the house, not only kitchens
2020 Kitchen Design Ideas
How I love the feel of this kitchen! It feels spacious and BRIGHT, which is so important in any kitchen.
Walls are “Benjamin Moore Graytint 1611”.
Cabinet Paint Color
The perimeter cabinets are “Benjamin Moore OC-17 White Dove”. “BM White Dove” is a classic and timeless white paint color, often recommended by cabinet makers and interior designers. The kitchen island and hood are Natural Oak.
The countertops are Calcutta Quartzite.
Range: 48” Wolf range
Cabinet Door Style
Kitchen Cabinet Door Style: Flat panel, shaker style with inner panel slight round-over detail.
Backsplash tile is by Waterworks
Hardware – Restoration Hardware Ephram (Egg Knob) – Polished Nickel
Cabinetry: Shelves are made of Natural Oak.
These are one of my favorites counterstools because they’re timeless, and especially because they’re easy to clean.
Counterstools: Serena & Lily.
Inspired by this Look:
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Hardwood flooring is 5” Natural Quarter Sawn White Oak with Bona Finish and great for dogs! (Hides scratches!) Did I mention I have the 2 cutest dogs in the world??
For Your Dream Kitchen call me, Martha Wolford@ 502.387.5935!
Thank you to Home Bunch for the ideas!!
Kitchen of the Week
Who lives here: A couple and their two teenage boys
Location: San Carlos, California
Size: 209 square feet (19.5 square meters)
Designer: Sabrina Alfin Interiors
BEFORE: While not compact, the previous kitchen looked small and cramped because it was so dark. In addition, the family had to cart food and drinks through another room to their backyard entertainment space. However, their appliances, granite countertops and cabinet bases were in great shape.
“At first they thought they wanted an all-white Shaker kitchen, but I thought that could wind up looking too stark and antiseptic for them — I wanted them to have something more cool updated to reflect them,” Alfin says. So she nudged them toward a two-tone cabinet scheme that injected the room with more color.
Learn more about using two-tone cabinets