In terms of cabinet styles, Shaker-style continues to be the top cabinetry door choice among homeowners upgrading their kitchen cabinetry (57%), with flat-panel (21%) a distant second. Overall, neutral colors continued to reign supreme. Warm, natural shades of gray, white, and cream were the most popular wall colors. The more adventurous homeowners brightened them up their new kitchen designs with multicolor backsplashes or deep wall paint – with green and blue being the most popular shades. Transitional remained the top kitchen interior design style. It is actually a hybrid – including traditional touches and modern lines.
Ceramic and porcelain tile, which looks like hardwood but is often more durable and water-resistant, was the top choice for kitchen flooring. Vinyl is also becoming popular, being used in about a fifth of remodels.
Find Your Style
Finally, after the year we’ve all had, it’s no surprise that home design trends for 2021 focus on comfort—whatever that means for you. According to the Houzz survey, more homeowners are reaching out to professionals for design help. They want their kitchens to work better-most often within the same layout and square footage. We have a CMKD (Certified Master Kitchen Designer) on staff, and chances are we have just the look you are searching for in our showroom – come visit to check out over 250 door styles and multiple specialty storage solutions.