Bringing 2021 Kitchen Design Trends to the Lehigh Valley
From countertop materials to warm color palettes and clean-lined cabinetry, discover how Morris Black Designs is bringing 2021 Kitchen Design Trends to the Lehigh Valley.
Pops of Color
This year, kitchen designs are rife with fun color opportunities, from appliances and flooring, to window treatments and cabinets. One of easiest ways to incorporate this trend (in the event you want to easily update this in years to come) is by painting the walls, like Dan Lenner, CKMBD, did in this 1980’s contemporary home in Coopersburg, Pennsylvania.
Quartz counters are an increasingly popular alternative to Marble. Not only does Quartz offer a contemporary, upscale look, it is durable and easy to care for. Christine Shorr, AKBD used Quartz for the countertops in this transitional kitchen design.
Clean-Lined Cabinets with Minimal Hardware
Clean-lined cabinets with minimal hardware are a popular kitchen aesthetic this year. Dan Lenner, CMKBD designed this contemporary kitchen in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania to feature minimalist cabinetry with touch-release features.
Warm Color Palettes
Warmer color palettes are making their comeback this year. From walls to cabinets, rich browns, deep greens and wine reds are heating up the kitchen. Dan Lenner, CMKBD incorporated warm woods into this farmhouse style kitchen with the range hood, perimeter cabinets, and kitchen island upper countertop.
Energy Efficient and Environmentally Friendly
One of the biggest trends for this year is making your kitchen more energy efficient and environmentally friendly. One way to achieve this goal is by incorporating skylights, like Dan Lenner, CMKBD, did in this 1960’s home kitchen renovation in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
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