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7 kitchen trends you should be paying attention to

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The kitchen is arguably the most important room in your home. Practically speaking, it has to live up to very high expectations when it comes to durability and functionality, but it also needs to be a place where you love spending time. This is the heart of your home, and its design needs to live up to this title.

With all this pressure, finding the right look for your kitchen can be a difficult task. The perfect kitchen requires time and effort to create, but if you’re stuck for inspiration you can always gain some ideas from the latest trends. That’s why we’re here to take you through some of the leading kitchen trends taking the interior design world by storm. Let’s take a look at 7 kitchen features you should be paying attention to.

Matte black

For a long time, stainless steel was the go-to look for kitchen appliances. Then more recently, people have become enamoured by the look of coloured appliances, opting for fridges in shades like cherry red or baby blue. For a more grown up vibe, matte black is a simple way to make a big impression. Not only do these additions look infinitely sleek, but they also don’t show every little fingerprint.

Appliance garages

More than any other room in the house, storage is vital in the kitchen. You need plenty of space for storing crockery, cutlery, utensils, pans, food, ingredients and appliances, and one smart way to maximise your kitchen storage is with an appliance garage. This built-in space should be big enough to fit items like your kettle, toaster and coffee machine inside, keeping your counters clear.

Two-tone cabinetry

Cabinets take up the most space of any kitchen element, so finding the right design is crucial. If you find that a wall of one-tone cabinets makes your kitchen feel a little stale, try experimenting with two-tone cabinets to add versatility. You can go for bolder tones to really make a statement, or try mixing white with a wood tone for a more subdued look.

Transforming taps

Modern taps give you everything and the kitchen sink. They may look deceptively simple, but more recent innovative systems can give you everything from cold and boiled water to sparkling water – all from a single spout.

Clean lines

If you’re worried about your kitchen looking too chaotic, keep it simple with minimalism. Clean lines, neutral tones and simple décor will all add to a look which is at once both modest and luxurious. For an even greater effect, try adding industrial elements such as stools with wood and metallic aspects.

Unique tile displays

If you’d rather keep the majority of your kitchen neutral, then a backsplash is your opportunity to unleash your creative side. Choose a single bold shade and turn your tiles into a focal point, or else use contrasting black and white tiles to create an intriguing monochrome pattern. This will add both depth and excitement to your kitchen.

Gold accents

Rose gold, copper and brass finishes are already popular on smartphones and other gadgets, and now they’re starting to make their mark on our kitchen appliances. These warm elements bring a sense of homey luxury, and pair well with many of the most popular cabinet colours. Try swapping the dials and handles on your cooker for a fancier alternative.

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