Wren Kitchens 2020 Autumn Trends

Wren Kitchens 2020 Autumn Trends

Wren Kitchens have revealed their Autumn kitchen trends for 2020.

Here are the trends to watch out for…


Marvellous Marbles – Faux yet luxe

Wren Kitchens are loving the swirling unique aesthetic of faux grey veined marble splashbacks. They suit all kitchen types from traditional to contemporary, and the Tek Wall range offers a seamless, smooth look.

This luxe look is also much easier to clean compared to traditional tiles, just one clean swoop with soapy water and you’re done!

Forest Greens – Earthy and timeless

There is nothing more autumnal than earthy forest green cabinetry such as the Georgian Ermine. This traditional yet modern design offers a super sophisticated timeless aesthetic.

This versatile colour palette is a trend that’s here to stay, and you can switch up your accessories depending on how you feel and what season it is!

Layer Upon Layer – For that cosy feel

As the temperature drops it’s natural to add layers, but most forget to add textures to their interiors, especially within the kitchen. This year’s trend is to add several layers to create a luxurious cosy feel!

For bench seating, consider adding throws and sheepskin rugs on them and don’t forget to add blinds and curtains to your bi-fold doors for extra warmth and comfort.

Dark Wooden Tones – Mid-century influence

Warmer and darker wood grains are back in, such as rich walnut timber worktops and Italian grained cabinetry from Wren’s natural themed Elements range.

This look is influenced from the rise of old meets new and mid-century furniture. Tie it in with lashings of soft furnishings and marry it with muted and bold tones.

Structured Simplicity – Create a calming space

To feel calm and collected this season, clean sweeping lines such as Wren’s Handle-less Kitchen or J Pull offers a minimalistic and practical space to live in. Choose high-quality materials and items that put strong lines and functionality at the forefront.

Integrate your appliances and storage to ensure the smooth look isn’t disrupted.