The rise of the open-plan kitchen has made it the heart of the home. This important shift in design even changed our behaviour, with layouts that create a sociable, theatrical cooking environment using luxurious materials, where fabulous-looking appliances are left on display.
“Kitchens are more than a place to cook or entertain close friends. They are becoming a showpiece,” says designer Rabih Hage. With kitchen design getting increasingly bolder, which trends are about to take over the nation’s homes?
Back to basics
“On the one hand, people are getting back to basics as much as possible: it’s all about raw materials, natural textures, classic features and traditional styles,” says Sam McNally, director at development and design company Echlin. “The other trend is all about maximising the developments in material technology, creating kitchens that are slicker and more minimal than ever.”
On the “back to basics” front, British companies such as Devol, Plain English and Naked Kitchens are leading the way. Units are made using relatively plain latest sitting room colours 2018 painted timber, often with integrated handles, but enlivened by on-trend colours such as dark green, navy and muddy pink. “People are starting to become more adventurous in their palette, perhaps because the kitchen is now an open-plan living space with more room to be unique,” says Jayne Everett, the creative director at Naked Kitchens.
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