Looking for kitchen inspiration? If you’re at the beginning of your kitchen research, this page is the perfect place to start. We’ve explored multiple kitchen trends, from Maximalist to Scandi Noir, so no matter the look you’re after, we’re sure you’ll find something that suits you here!
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Industrial kitchen design is about stripping back to the basics and celebrating the raw practicality and purpose of the space. To achieve this look, we recommend focusing on simplifying the space to create an urban look and including organic materials to fit in with the exposed feel of industrial design. To help you create this kitchen trend, we have provided some suggestions of elements and accessories to include, as well as general design advice.
Keele is a modern twist on a traditional shaker style, distilling the design into its simplest form. It is this simplicity that allows bold colours such as Marine the attention it deserves.
Are you looking to create a modern kitchen design? True handleless kitchens are the perfect option. True handleless kitchens bring with them clean, seamless lines and an ultra-modern design. Handleless kitchens are perfect if you’re looking to create a sleek, luxury design with a graceful, fresh feel. This true handleless kitchen trend has a wide range of design options available, so there is plenty of choice when it comes to personalising your kitchen.
Maximalist design is a growing trend in the kitchen industry. This style of design is all about creating a statement. It’s about going big in your own home, and ensuring your personality is reflected in the design. This kitchen trend can be achieved through bright colours, texture and planning. To help you actualise this style of kitchen, we’ve created a guide that lays out ways you can design a maximalist kitchen.
INDUSTRIAL KITCHEN EXAMPLE
Timber was a feature they knew they wanted within their kitchen, which is why Des and Kat chose the Linden Tobacco Halifax Oak door. They additionally liked that the door was on trend, but still provided a timeless look. It was exactly the feel they were after. After taking home samples, Kat and Des were able to live with them and ensure the colours and styles were exactly to their taste.
INDUSTRIAL KITCHEN EXAMPLE
When they set out to look at kitchens, Sarah already had in mind an industrial style kitchen. Specifically, she wanted a matt graphite door, which was not supplied by any of the showrooms they visited.
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SCANDI NOIR KITCHENS
Scandi Noir is Nordic design with a twist. Scandi Noir offers the same characteristic minimalism and pale wood grain accessories, however, instead of the standard light and bright design, there is a distinct turn towards darker and moodier interiors. This is where black kitchens can be incorporated. This kitchen trend is simple, yet effective, with organic materials and texture playing a huge part in the design, ensuring that despite the darker turn, Scandi Noir still offers warmth.
Minimalist kitchens, with their clear worktops and simple styling are designed to make your life easier. They are made with storage as a priority and often are designed with concealed areas such as bars or coffee stations. Modern minimalist kitchens are perfect for those who like to have an organised space, and a place for everything. To help you create this design, we have suggestions so you can implement this kitchen trend within your own home.
Country style kitchens fit effortlessly within all homes, with traditional designs perfect for quaint cottages and modern designs perfect for contemporary homes. There are plenty of shaker kitchen doors available, in various colours and styles, so you can find something to suit your home. We also have suggestions for which accessories can be implemented alongside these, no matter how modern or traditional your house is.
GREEN FARMHOUSE KITCHEN
Jacalyn and Sam didn’t want a door that lent itself to either contemporary or classical style, so the smooth shaker door of Fitzroy was the perfect compromise. The lack of woodgrain modernised the look, whilst the shaker door maintained the traditional kitchen style.
MINIMAL CASHMERE KITCHEN
For Kirsten and Martin, deciding the style of kitchen they wanted was a reasonably straight forward process. They’d visited lots of showrooms and had already decided on an Aluma kitchen before they’d even entered the System Six showroom.
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