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News > Kitchen trends

05 October 2017


With the rapid changes in kitchen design over the past 5 years, it's been great to see such a variety of new styles and finishes on the market in 2017 to reflect this. The style stakes have been explored in depth from traditional to contemporary, but what's in store for 2018 kitchen trends?

As a kitchen retailer, we investigate the market every year to bring you the latest trends from across the globe make sure that your new kitchen is guaranteed to have that je ne sais quoi. From woodgrains to blues to marble effects, it's all covered here.


Undoubtedly the biggest colour trend the industry has seen this year is the desire to have blue in the kitchen and this blue trend is set to peak in 2018. This bold and dramatic move is for those who are brave and want to make a statement within the home.

Baltic blue and Denim are both brand new.


Mixing and matching solid colours with woodgrain finishes is something that has proved extremely popular over the past 18 months. Were finding our clients want to add texture and depth to their new kitchens and woodgrains are the way to do it.


If Marble is your thing but not quite within your budget then check out our new Oriental black. The characterful veining mimics real marble and will certainly add grandness and luxury to any kitchen. If it's opulence and indulgence you are after then this new colour is definitely for you.Ask in store to see the sample of this new high gloss finish.


In a world where handle-less and slab doors are taking over the kitchen industry; it may be surprising to some that the Shaker door is still a popular choice with kitchen buyers.

Shaker offers distinctive yet practical styling as many consumers opt for a traditional design with unicolour matt finishes being very popular.


Some new Concrete colours have been introduced too. And with the industrial and loft apartment look continuing to be a big hit, London Concrete ticks all the boxes for those seeking to create a 'Manhattan Warehouse' space.


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