As 2018 came to a close, we began to look ahead to designs for the new year. Some trends from last year withstood the test of time and will come back around, but there are others that will make an impressive entrance in 2019. Trends including gold finishes, colored cabinets, and quartz countertops will be all the rage in 2019 and 2020. Be sure to check out these 7 trends so you can stay relevant as you revamp your space.

Industrial style is all the rage in kitchen décor. Concrete countertops and faucets that seem to have walked right out of the Industrial Revolution will pop up in kitchens all over the country. For those interested in a softened, elegant look, try a brushed nickel or chrome finish.

In 2019 we’ll also see a variety of options for outfitting appliances that sit above the countertop. Metallics will take precedence in various finishes. Try out stainless steel or the aforementioned chrome and brushed nickel finishes for a sleek, sophisticated, and modern approach.

Whether you’re looking to redo your entire kitchen or simply insert a few new pieces to spruce up your space, check out these 7 trends to bring your kitchen into 2019 with a bang.

1. Shine On

Metallic sinks will make their official re-entrance into the world of kitchen design in 2019. Stainless steel farmhouse or undermount sinks are a great way to effortlessly outfit your kitchen for the modern era. Try out one of VIGO’s simple-install flat apron front stainless steel kitchen sinks and jump on this trend!

2. Hot and Colorful Stoves

Deciding to replace your oven or stove is no joke, which is all the more reason to take this trend seriously. If you’re in the market for a new stove and are considering a stylish upgrade, a colorful stove in a bright orange or yellow is a great way to make a statement. Splash color into the room from one of the appliances you likely use the most and see how it transforms your space.

3. Smart Shelving

Less is more! 2019 is the year to do away with tall, upper cabinetry and keep things below the counter. By opening up your kitchen space above the counter, your kitchen will look larger and more spacious. This trend is ideal for the minimalists out there looking to pare down and only work the essentials. Take away the clutter and keep just what you need stored away.

Reducing the excess, however, doesn’t mean you don’t need a place to put things. Try alternative storage options like open shelves designed for visual appeal. This two-in-one will make visitors think you’re an interior designer while allowing you to keep your favorite pieces within easy reach.

4. Cozier Cabinetry

White cabinetry used to be the go-to, but nowadays kitchens are leaning towards a more rustic appeal. Painted cabinets in warmer hues or featuring stained wooden varieties like chestnut or fruitwood are more frequent choices nowadays. For 2019, try something new and experiment with a cozier cabinet setup.

5. Go Bold in Black

You can’t go wrong with a bold black. Modern, sleek, and timeless, black is a classic in any kitchen. Bringing black into the kitchen is both contemporary and effortless. It makes cleaning simpler and allow you to outfit the rest of your kitchen as you see fit. Black is versatile and goes with almost everything!

6. Gold is Golden

Gold trimmings are a great way to elevate the subtly elevate the status of your kitchen. Easily make your 2019 kitchen luxurious with gold accents. Not sure of yellow gold is your favorite? There are so many gold options from which to choose. Rose Gold, black gold, or even white gold are all within the gold wheelhouse.

7. Shape Up Your Shelves

Top cabinets may be out, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t get creative to upper shelving. Metal shelves in particular are an interesting trend for 2019. Bring those gold accents back around to tie it all together.

With 2019 just around the corner, you may be already thinking about new ways to revamp your kitchen space. This article goes into detail about the up and coming trends and different ways you can modernize and redesign your kitchen.

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