Soon we will be able to have friends and family back in our homes (fingers crossed!) Before Covid according to research from Homebase, 88% people said the role of the kitchen is now for socialising rather than cooking. We can’t wait to get back to this!
Is your kitchen ready for entertaining?
A kitchen island can act as an impromptu dinner table and bar, whilst wine storage is a must!
If your kitchen needs a refresh or you have realised it isn’t working for you & your needs, and you’re considering a complete renovation – investing in any element of your kitchen can prove invaluable, whilst, living in your home but also when it comes to adding value for resale.
Here are a few style trends for this year, according to kitchen manufacturers:
‘Colourful Kitchens are set to be a huge trend for 2021,’ says Hayley Simmons, Head of Merchandising at Magnet. ‘It seems like we’ve been staring at the same four walls for some time now, 2021 is all about taking risks with interiors, creating a new and very different feeling environment. Homeowners will be looking to experiment and introduce new bolder shades that bring their kitchen to life.’
‘The trend for combining two colours throughout kitchen cabinetry is set to soar in 2020/21,’ says Andy Briggs, interior designer for Optiplan Kitchens. ‘It’s a great approach to adding an interesting twist to your aesthetic and it can change the whole feel of the room.
‘Handleless kitchen cabinets are one of the biggest trends for 2021 for more pared-back, streamlined look. It’s all about simplicity and a focus on cabinetry details,’ explains Busola Evans, Kitchen and Bathroom Supplement Editor, Homes and Gardens.
Above all storage is an important part of a kitchen.
Whether hidden or a feature we can help with bespoke storage solutions. We can either work directly with you or we are often a preferred fitter for handmade and off-the-shelf kitchen designs and manufacturers.
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