Is a new kitchen on your 2020 wish list? With the new year in full swing, there’s no better time to start thinking about installing a new kitchen. With plenty of designs fit to last you the full 12 months and beyond, a new kitchen can really set you on your way and give your home a whole new feel. Following on from our blog discussing kitchen must-haves for the decade ahead, today we take a look at the unit and door designs that look set to be hugely popular this year – and for many years to come!
If you are looking to establish a natural feel in your kitchen for 2020 take a peek at our solid wood kitchen units. With a timeless look, the wooden finish is here to stay and can look perfectly on-trend in 2020.
We ensure that our solid wood kitchens are sourced from sustainable forests throughout Europe to provide you with the best quality wood available without sacrificing the environment.
Want to brighten things up? Our high gloss kitchen units could be the answer. A high gloss finish gives off a completely different vibe to solid wood kitchen units with a clean, uniform appearance that is perfect for urban areas, or for anyone seeking a contemporary look.
High gloss units are great for creating the illusion that your kitchen has more space than it actually does, reflecting light and making small dark rooms more vibrant and welcoming.
Mix it up for 2020 with a splash of colour in your kitchen and check out matt kitchen units from Kitchen Warehouse. These deep, rich tones are proving extremely popular, especially as people are becoming more and more creative with their home décor! Use a coloured matt kitchen unit for any kind of vibe you like – their versatility is one of the key reasons they are a kitchen favourite!
This is just a taste of 2020’s popular kitchen design – we have many more complete kitchen units on offer, so why not take a look and see what catches your eye?
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