Heat up your kitchen with these trends
Two Tone Cabinets
Not quite the two-toned shirt look but purposely mismatched kitchen decor is on trend so consider using two complementary tones for walls and cabinets.
A budget friendly way to change the look of your kitchen is to change the flooring. Add a striking rug and create a warm space. Go for wooden floors or tiles for a natural look. Keep it classic with monochrome tiles or throw caution to the wind and go colour crazy with fun wall tile stickers.
We love this type of seating to bring together family and friends. It’s more snug than bar stools, way cooler than the kitchen table and can be quite the unique feature in your kitchen.
There will always be room for vintage. Hang art in your kitchen, use vintage-inspired fixtures and pop a jewelled toned armchair in the corner to complete your look.
Metallics Are Still Hot
Pewter and gunmetal are trending right now so get creative with backsplashes, handles, tiles and paint. For a rich look, layer and combine different metals such as copper hardware, brass fixtures, and silver finishes.
Kitchen upper cabinets are rapidly being replaced with metal, wood or glass shelving. Inspired by hotel and retail spaces, it creates a bold statement in the kitchen. Glass shelves are easier to clean and let light in, while forged iron shelves create a cool industrial look.