Wren Kitchen summer trends 2020

Lighter nights, upbeat moods and better weather are set to take over as we prepare to kick start the summer season as of the 20th June. 

This time of year has us all feeling more upbeat and positive. So why not reflect this in the heart of the home? To help people stay on top of their summer trend game, Wren Kitchens have revealed the key summer kitchen trends for 2020.

Natural Inspiration

Embracing nature in the kitchen ticks a lot of boxes including helping kitchens merge seamlessly with living areas. Wood and wood effect units, in lots of colours, provide harmonious elements – as do timber worktops, splashbacks and open shelves topped with planters. Green units are in but add interest by combining multiple textures – raw and smooth.

For a further source of inspiration, Wren Kitchens Country Kitchen selection offers 30 shades – with subtle matt or gloss finishes.

The Flextension Kitchen

Creating flexible living spaces for the extended family and new ways of living …kitchen living spaces that work as multi-generational spaces for preparing different group’s meals, cooking, dining alone or in changing groups, socialising, entertaining, working and hobbies.

Surprising Surfaces

It’s all about drama. Opt for heavily marbled worktop patterns  – laminate, quartz or granite – metallic or patterned splashbacks, concrete effect units, floors and laminates to make your kitchen a standout. Stone and metal – real or replicated – are the most popular elements.

Take Two

Duo tone goes beyond white plus one into a world of fabulous combinations of unit colours that can be bold and bright, soothing and serene – or fresh and funky.

Double Islands

For twice the style, double islands are now the dream. Go ultra wide and use one side for prep and the other for dining. Go double length and create a workstation with tons of storage to create a focal point for a flexible living space that meets all the needs of extended family living.

Discover more summer trends and kitchen inspiration in this Wren Kitchen blog post.