Kitchen trends in 2016

My kitchen is looking a little tired and in need of a revamp this year.  I am not one just to follow the trends but I do like to know what is happening in the world of interior design and to see if I am inspired by it.  It turns out the kitchen trends for this year are right up my street. Have a look at my favourite four that I will hopefully be integrating into my updated kitchen.

Integrated kitchen-living spaces.

Integrated kitchen living spaces continue to be a big trend in 2016 and it is easy to see why. People love to commune and be together and separate rooms tend to mean separate lives. As a mum I would like to be able to cook or sort out the kitchen whilst the kids are drawing and crafting at the table or  watching a little TV after school and just generally hang out together.

Nordic Style

Nordic style is clean white lines and minimalism. This has to be my favourite style it just looks so calm and hygenic to me! To get this style you need to keep your kitchen clutter free, opt for white walls and wood and go fo r simple and practical

I just adore the kitchen below from the betta living kitchen range.

white kitchen, kitchen trends in 2016

Metals

Metals were in vogue last year whether in brass or copper or bronze from cooker hoods to taps metals and mixed metals continue to be popular in 2016. I thinks this gives a luxurious look to a kitchen and makes it look rather posh!

 

State of the art storage

Storage is so crucial to a kitchen and yet always seems to be at a premium. I have so little and itis why I have so much clutter,I really like a well stocked kitchen but I also like clear surfaces. I need smart storage!

There are some fabulous options around ..take a look at these

baskets

pull out vegetable baskets

towel rail pull out

pull out towel rails

knife-storage

multi purpose pull out units

Oh how handy such storage would be!

 

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  1. November 14, 2016 / 11:18 am

    Clever storage is all about efficiency, and it’s about achieving the perfect balance between form and function.

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