Kitchen hardware trends for 2021. Image : Zanda

The kitchen is the heart of the home. As more people look to renovate and build homes every day, owners are taking more responsibility for the finer details in their homes.

What are the kitchen hardware trends for 2021?

Whether you are furbishing or refurbishing, the experts in kitchen hardware at Zanda Architectural Hardware have spoken.

Nickel handles

Handles in both brushed nickel and graphite nickel handles are the go-to for kitchens this year.

Graphite finishes. Image Zanda

Matching finishes

When designing dining and kitchen spaces consider creating the harmony of matching finishes.

Kitchen and dining matching. Image: Zanda

Two-tone metal finishes

The two-tone finishes are hot and happening for metal kitchen hardware.

Two-tone handles. Image: Zanda

Matt black finish

For a focus on bold simplicity, you can’t go past a matt black finish.

Matt black finish. Image: Zanda


Disclosure: Zanda Architectural Hardware are clients of Living Online.

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