Broken Plan Kitchens:

Open-plan kitchens have revolutionised the way we interact and entertain as a family, but they do have their cons. For example, where do you hide all the dirty pots and pans? So if you’re after a little more privacy, broken-plan might be for you.

The concept is simple, take an open-plan design but add in a freestanding shelf unit or raised breakfast bar to create separation without the need for a full-on wall. This creates the more zoned approach and is an evolution of open-planned living and allows for a more sociable experience for everyone.

Matt cabinet finishes are superseding high-gloss options. They reflect less light to give a more understated look and, on a practical level. Create contrast with rustic wood or stone surfaces and metallic fittings.

Luxury details such as smoked glass, warm metallics and deep colours are key to creating focal points. Heavily grained wood and dark veneers are also making a comeback. Bleached walnut, Oak and elm in graphite grey and black offer an on-trend look that moves away from pale woods

Black:

Black is definitely back both a leading kitchen or simply as a supporting cabinet. The use of contrast is used as a design and style element using deep and muted tones or a mix of cool and warm tones. Playing with contrasting interior and exterior finishes adds a fashionable touch. Painted cabinet colours will be popular with either soft medium blues, but bold blues and khakis are on trend this year. Matte black stainless appliances are happening now!

Terrazzo:

This marmite material was cool in the ‘70s, uncool in the ‘90s, cool in 2018. Yes, Terrazzo is back. The colourful floor tiles add an incredible edge to any room expect lots of more affordable options to appear on the market over the coming months as designers open their arms to the composite stone once again.

If you have a project in mind, give us a call today to have a FREE 30 minute consultation to discuss your kitchen extension idea.

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