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6 Countertop Trends Moving into 2020

Posted by Paije Holliman on July 25, 2019
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Your kitchen is often the focal point of your home, so why skimp on the important stuff like your countertop? Your countertop is a feature that will either make or break your spaces, and it’s our job to make them. So, lock in – we’re going to tell you about some countertop trends you’ll be seeing a lot more of.

Quartz

Over the last few years we have seen quarts rise to the top of the preferred countertop material list, and we don’t see it going away any time soon.

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Design Tip: Less is more. Tuck away your kitchen appliances and cooking utensils and let the beauty of your countertops come through.

Butcher Block

Bringing wood elements into your space is an excellent way to break up an otherwise monotonous kitchen while still keeping your color scheme neutral. We say why not make it an entire counter top?!

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Design tip: Add mixed metals to this space to give it a timeless eclectic look.

Veining

Let’s talk about contrast. Veining is all about adding a stark, but beautiful, visual interest to your space. Water fall a veined counter top on your kitchen island and it becomes the statement piece of your home!

Design tip: Run veined countertops up behind your stove for that seamless and sexy backsplash.

Dark Stones

The contrast theme doesn’t end at veining. Dark stones might creep up on you this year and into the next, especially in your smaller spaces. Time to take advantage of this trend coming back around and add some drama to your home!

Photo | Design by Room For Tuesday.

Design tip: Pair a dark stone with dark painted lower cabinets to achieve that moody chic look.

Honed Finish

Less glossy than your normal slab of solid surface, this treatment can hide fingerprints and water spots (where all my happy mamas at?!). This look can add a touch of sophistication to your home, and also- can you say ‘Posh’?

Photo | Design by Peter Lentz

Design tip: Use gold hardware to make this space look extra glamorous.

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