Kitchen Trends

Door Style

Slab door

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When choosing or designing a new kitchen the most prominent element is the style of the door. Door design has become much simpler over recent years, gone are the days of elaborate cathedral style doors with intricate dirt hugging nooks and crannies…

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Tile Style

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With many of us still favouring white and neutral kitchens, one way to add a burst of colour or texture is with tiles – whether it’s a glossy striped splashback or an intricate design underfoot, it’s an easier & less permanent way of bringing pizzazz into the room

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Ideas and inspiration for your perfect kitchen island

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A popular addition to kitchens with a bit more floor space is the kitchen island. It seems you can’t move for adverts that feature large islands complete with smiley mums standing proudly behind making the kids’ tea. But there’s much more to the kitchen island than just worktop space

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2013 Kitchen Trends

Green neutrals

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If your plans for the New Year include buying a new kitchen, we’ve got the scoop on what’s ‘in’ for 2013. According to B&Q, the UK’s largest home improvement retailer, dark wood is on its way out, glass is on its way up while grey – in all its 50 shades – is coming on strong

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100% Design

CONTEMPORARY CONTOURS FOR HI-MACS

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Yesterday I spent an inspiring afternoon at 100% Design. This annual exhibition, held at London’s Earl’s Court, brings together exciting and innovative new products and concepts from established brands and up-and-coming designers.

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Keeping up with the Joneses

Suffolk kitchen from Neptune

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We all like to show off a bit, whether it’s because we’ve splashed out on the latest gadget or simply because our little one’s football team has won the premiership, but did you know that it’s this rivalry that is helping to keep kitchen manufacturers in business?

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