It’s hard to believe another year and decade have gone by! What better way to ring in 2020 than to look back at the past? Relive (and maybe cringe at) some of the top design trends of the last decade and take a peek at what we expect to see in 2020.
Design Trends of the Last Decade
- Subway Tile
- Accent Walls
- Metal Accents and Finishes
- All-White Kitchens
- Raw Materials
- Barn Doors
- Millennial Pink
- Open-Plan Concept
- Decluttered Spaces and Minimalist Design
Design Trends for 2020
- Open Kitchens
Kitchens that extend into living spaces gained popularity at the end of the decade and will continue to be popular in the coming year.
- Sustainable Design
Look for energy-efficient and eco-friendly materials, supplies and appliance options to become more prevalent in home remodels.
- Smart Homes
From doorbell cameras to thermostats you can set remotely, technology for the home will continue to advance and become standard to incorporate during remodeling.
As more people choose to stay in their homes as they grow old or open their homes to aging family members, remodeling will begin to favor universal design elements, particularly open designs.
- More Color
All-white kitchens and grey color schemes will once again be replaced with pops of color in paint, appliances, and finishes.
New Year, New You, New Home Design
Is your bathroom or kitchen design stuck in the past? Have you spent the last year (or 10!) envying your York County neighbor’s remodel? Start the new year—and new decade—off right by contacting Criner Remodeling. Our team of experts can create a customized plan for your next home remodeling project.