2021 Kitchen Trends
Kitchens are known for being the heart of the home, the central hub that allows friends and loved ones to gather around to socialise, eat and cook together. But what are the current trends that are key to creating a kitchen that exudes comfort, sophistication and practically?
Concealed Kitchens –
Disguising appliances in a way that make the kitchen a place for entertaining rather than a cooking area. Door panels that look like decorative wall finishes with hidden handles camouflage the bulky and distracting appliances. This can extend your entertaining area making your room feel larger and multi-purposed.
Refreshing Mid Century Design –
Bright hues including whites, greys and creams contrasting against rich timbers and soft curves combines Mid Century characteristics with contemporary design. Wooden cabinetry mixed with white marble allows kitchens to look fresh and open.
Marble emulates luxury, opulence and indulgence. Strong veins create textural contract between other polished surfaces, metals and woods. Making a significant statement, marble adds sustainability and durability whilst being the centrepiece to any room.
Dark Drama –
Dark hues are often overlooked as purely an accent colour, yet dark cabinetry, moody walls and work surfaces can create a luxe statement quite like no other. Drama can make an ordinary kitchen a major talking point in a home.
Handleless Design –
Free flowing, recessed handles or push-open and close doors are gaining traction in contemporary kitchen design. Providing a sleek and streamlined look that highlights simplicity in a minimal way which allow materials and finishes to shine.