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I believe it still holds true…the kitchen is the heart of the home.  And when it comes to resale, a well laid out kitchen with great design appeal can add a lot of value to a home.  So what are the top 5 kitchen trends in 2020?

#1  White Cabinetry
Whether modern, traditional or transitional a kitchen with white cabinetry is still a crowd pleaser.  The ‘modern farmhouse’  aesthetic is another style that embraces the white kitchen too. By bringing in natural elements like wooden floors and wooden shelving the white kitchen resists being too sterile.  Wooden beams are also  seen in many of today’s kitchens.

#2   Kitchen Island 
One of the most popular elements in today’s kitchen is the island.  Whether large or small an island with seating is the number one spot for family and friends to gather.  Some islands even replace the need for a kitchen table.  If the house does not have an island many buyers try and figure out if the kitchen could accommodate one by removing a wall. 

#3  Solid Surface Countertops
Stone or quartz countertops continue to be the desired material on countertops. Marble is natural and so lovely, especially Carrara marble, but marble must be cared for like wood.  A great substitute for a Carrara marble look is man-made quartz.  Quartz also offers an array of colour choices and patterns. Granite is a natural stone that when sealed will endure more wear and tear than marble.

#4  No Upper Cabinetry
The trend these days is to minimize the amount of upper cabinetry. I love the look of a kitchen with no upper cabinetry but sometimes that is just not practical in a smaller kitchen.  An option is to do some open shelving amongst some upper cabinetry.  By reducing the amount of upper cabinetry the kitchen will have an open and airy feel.  It also helps the kitchen to have a more ‘unfitted look’.

#5  The Backsplash
With the trend for less upper cabinetry, backsplashes have become a very important design element in today’s kitchen. No longer are they purely there to protect the wall. One of the most economical backsplashes that delivers ‘great bang for your design buck’ is the subway tile. Natural stone and glass tile backsplashes are also very popular too.

So there you have it,  my take on what I believe are the most popular kitchen design trends these days. What do you think? Have you noticed any new kitchen design trends?