Kitchen and bathroom home renovation trends for 2021
It’s over! 2020 is out the door. That means it’s time our annual roundup of the biggest home renovation trends for 2021! We’ll focus our guidance to kitchen renovation trends in 2021 and bathroom renovation trends in 2021. We’ll cover what we expect to be an exciting year, with details on a few of the trends we expect to dominate the renovation industry. Read on, get inspired, and then call us – 204.779.6900 – for an All Canadian Renovations estimate today!
Kitchen renovation trends for 2021
While we can’t predict every kitchen renovation trend for 2021, our experiences in 2020 have led us to make a few bold predictions for this year, including the following:
We expect to see clean lines and a minimal aesthetic with features like touch-open cabinets that lack traditional handles, and other modern touches.
2021 will bring a focus on large, spacious, and functional wall-to-wall cabinets, while open shelving could become less commonplace.
Dark counters & high gloss backsplashes
Dark counters are sleek and elegant, particularly when paired with high-gloss tile or slab backsplashes.
Thanks to COVID-19, people spent more time at home in 2020 than ever before. We expect kitchens to be remodelled accordingly, with special features like multi-level islands with more space for prep and additional space for seating during family time, wine coolers, and other unique touches that will elevate kitchens to do triple duty.
The world is becoming more eco-friendly, and more people than ever are looking to stay “green” during their remodel by shopping from local companies for materials, looking for reclaimed wood and used fixtures, and investing in energy-efficient appliances.
Bathroom renovation trends for 2021
The biggest bathroom renovation trends for 2021 are, in part, a continuation of trends that started to emerge in 2020, but with some differences along the way.
Gold & black matte/satin fixtures
Gold and black fixtures with a subdued matte or satin finish are rising in popularity, particularly when compared to traditional chrome, nickel, and silver fixtures.
Durable wood-look flooring
Natural wood is not always a great choice for bathrooms, but wood-look flooring can be made of stone or durable vinyl materials just to name a few! We expect to see more wood-look flooring this year, and, potential, less tile.
Natural light & plants
Gigantic picture windows, skylights, and solar tubes are great ways to get more light into any room. Plants are also a trend that is not going anywhere any time soon, and some bathrooms may incorporate storage or built-in shelving specifically for plant life. Get ready for lots of living walls!
Dual vanity and sinks
Double sinks are convenient and give you plenty of room for storage, so there’s sure to be a rise in the prevalence of double sinks in 2021, particularly for master baths or baths shared between rooms.
Built-in makeup vanities & dressing areas
A dedicated vanity or dressing area makes any bathroom feel more elegant, providing you with a luxury getaway feel.
Unique “spa” features
Multi-faucet showers, steam showers, and saunas are all luxurious touches that can add a lot to any bathroom, and make it feel like you’re in an oasis, even during your normal daily routine.
Ready to transform your home with these trends? Have your own trends in mind? Contact All Canadian Renovations today!
We hope these kitchen and bathroom home renovation trends for 2021 have inspired you. But, if not, no worries. The bottom line is we want your home to be functional and for you to feel comfortable in it. You don’t need to follow home renovation trends to get the most of your home. Our experienced team has the intuition to look past the trends and get to the root of your personality and style.
If you’re ready to turn your home renovation dreams into a reality, All Canadian Renovations is here to help. Contact us online or give us a call at 204-779-6900 to speak with our renovation experts today, and get the help you need to remodel your home in 2021.