Kitchen trends 2020 – the latest kitchen design trends and ideas for the new year

Looking to update your Kitchen once the joy of Christmas is past? Join the thousands of us with a new year makeover on our minds.

Perhaps you’d love an island, or a bigger cooker, or a whole new colour scheme. Or perhaps you only know what you really don’t want and are after some inspiration? If so, you’ve come to the right place.


We’ve asked our friends at leading retailers for their thoughts on the biggest kitchen trends set to dominate 2020. Plus, we’ve thrown in a few hot trends of our own.

Kitchen Trends 2020

1. Two-toned kitchens

kitchen trends for 2020

Forget matchy-matchy, kitchens are becoming more blended as we enter a new decade. ‘The trend for combining two colours throughout kitchen cabinetry is set to soar in 2020,’ says Andy Briggs, interior designer for Optiplan Kitchens. ‘It’s a great approach to adding an interesting twist to your aesthetic and it can change the whole feel of the room.


Opt for deep, dark units and contrast with brighter shades elsewhere in order to add depth and character to the space.’

The trend extends beyond just a contrasting paint colour on the walls. From the cabinets to the worktops, it gives you the freedom to explore different design elements. Andy goes on to say, ‘You can play around with rich textures such as wood grains, matt finishes or sleek laminate’. Using them juxtaposition creates instant interest.

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