Posts Tagged ‘2020’

Backsplash Trends That You Will Love

Written by creatingyourspace on . Posted in Backsplash

With a new year, new trends are on the horizon. Some traditional styles still have continued to thrive, but new backsplash trends have emerged. Therefore, if you are looking to do a backsplash in your home, it is key to know the latest styles and trends. Today, we will explore some of the new trends on the market to help you decide which styles you may want in your own home. Let’s get started!

Subway Tiles

Subway tiles used to be so prevalent in every home a couple of years ago, and then they became outdated. It seems now that all the old subway tiles have been removed, the trend is back on the uprise. Homeowners and businesses are once again incorporating subway tile backsplashes in their design. The simplicity grid layout helps build a simple, clean-cut aesthetic.

Bold Patterns

Geometrical shapes and bold patterns are becoming very common, as well. You can see this with encaustic tiles and other bold-patterned tile systems. These geometrical patterns can become the focal point of any room. Just try finding a pattern in which you can complement other areas of your design.

Solid Wall

Solid wall backsplash is another largely trending aesthetic look. These backsplashes eliminate any grout line or separation and are installed as one large piece. This style can create a very sleek and cleaned line look in your home.

Marble

If you are looking to add some character to the room, consider marble. Marble has a ton of character throughout the intricate veining patterns in each piece. Each marble tile will offer its own aesthetic and unique look to the room. This style can quickly spruce up a dull area and make a stunning backsplash.

To the Ceiling

Backsplashes are also beginning to lose their limitations on height. Traditionally, backsplashes were just high enough for splashes or spills. However, we are now seeing homeowners backsplash the whole wall – all the way up to the ceiling. If you use this look, keep in mind the size of your tiles if you are looking to do this in hard-to-install areas.

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2020’s Kitchen Flooring Color Trends

Written by creatingyourspace on . Posted in Colors, Design and Decorating, Flooring, Kitchen and Bath

Are you thinking about upgrading your current kitchen floor, and you are not quite sure what is “current” with colors? If so, we first recommend going online and exploring different kitchen designs for inspiration. After, you may find now that it is 2020, dark and light floors are still popular along with contrasting cabinets and islands featuring whites, dark browns, or charcoal grays. However, do not fear, warmer colors are on the horizon, and many designers are inspired by the warm hues.

Blonde

Today’s homeowners are embracing the light and airy openness of their kitchens by incorporating blonde hardwood floors. In fact, many professionals feel that blonde floors will become a classic color this year due to its matchable tone and warm nature.

Honey

Just a bit darker than blonde floors are honey-colored floors. They are warm, cozy, and ever so inviting. In fact, honey-colored floors are making a massive appearance in today’s kitchen flooring.

Whitewashed

Spreading to the east coast are whitewashed floors that have typically been used and loved on the west coast. Many homeowners are choosing whitewashed floors for their homes on the east coast, and we can see why. They offer a carefree, light, airy, and beachy vibe that compliments any kitchen space effortlessly.

White Tile

In addition to the upswing of whitewashed floors, we are also seeing white tile floors go off the charts in the kitchen designs. In fact, white tile floors will contrast with neutral or colorful cabinets alike, and we find many homeowners are installing the marble-look white tile in today’s kitchen. The white floor will make the kitchen appear larger and pristinely clean. Plus, since homeowners have so many choices of white tiles (whether they are ceramic, porcelain, or even natural stone floors), the options are infinite.

What color trend do you foresee in 2020 kitchen designs? We would love to hear your thoughts below in the comment section.