Unsure which style to choose? Don’t worry – we have plenty of stunning kitchens for you to browse through for inspiration. Whether you long for stylish minimalism, farmhouse chic or something in between the two, you’ll find the elements for your dream kitchen right here. Remember that all real timber doors can be painted any colour you wish.
Webburn in Light Grey
Your modern kitchen can be created from many different elements, from smooth matt-finished doors and concrete-like textures to Scandinavian white-washed timber. The opportunities for designing and styling a contemporary kitchen are endless, which is why we are here to relieve the pressure. We’ll listen to what you need from your kitchen, from both a practical and aesthetic perspective, and deliver a kitchen design that ticks every box.
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When you close your eyes and picture a ‘traditional kitchen’ – what do you see? A painted shaker kitchen with tongue and groove panelling, Georgian-framed glass doors and a beautiful ceramic Belfast sink? Take a look at the images below and you’ll realise that ‘Traditional’ doesn’t always have to mean the stereotype it has come to represent. Choose only the elements you love to create a classic kitchen design that is perfect for you and the style of your home.
Slate Blue, Stone & Citrus Green
Light Grey & Deep Heather
Concrete Flow & Charcoal Flow
Fjord & White Levanto Marble
For some, achieving a minimalist home is easy; for others this lifestyle choice can take effort. However, building a bespoke kitchen around your personal possessions and requirements means there will be a home for every item and an area for every activity, making minimalism much easier to accomplish long term. To enhance the calm ambience, choose your colours carefully. White kitchens along with neutral tones such as grey and cashmere work beautifully on their own as well as coupled with light wood accents.
TRUE HANDLELESS KITCHENS
The epitome of modern kitchen design, true handleless kitchens feature clean lines, angular silhouettes and striking shadows. This collection, featured in the Quantum Aluma brochure, is designed to work with a wide range of interior design styles from architectural, through industrial to modern luxe creations. Each cabinet is engineered to accept rails that provide a recess from which each door can be opened, resulting in seamless designs.
Eclectic kitchens pull together a few different styles to create a room that is truly unique. This kitchen trend is about being bold with your choices, providing you with the freedom to mix and match strong colours, textures and themes. Creating a mood board is a great way to compile your kitchen ideas in one place and assess which elements will work together seamlessly. It is also the best way to illustrate your thoughts to your designer.
Have you ever wondered what this trend entails? Industrial kitchens are defined by the use of raw materials, giving the space a quirky, unfinished feel. Kitchen décor ideas along this theme include concrete-effect kitchen doors, raw timber, iron handles and exposed brick walls. We particularly love metal-framed open shelving, which can be used separately or within a cabinet, and antiqued glass or metal splashbacks bring a rustic vibe to the kitchen.