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Following KBB Birmingham at the beginning of March, I’m slowly beginning to feel like things are returning to normal, but I can’t help but reflect upon the innovation and creativity I witnessed at the exhibition.

It was a great show, and I’m sure those of you who attended felt there was an optimistic vibe across all stands present. The kitchen, bedroom and bathroom specialists that exhibited certainly emphasized the fact that industry is really beginning to thrive again after such a tough period of recession.

KBB Birmingham this year highlighted an array of key trends, but a few that stood out that I feel really represent the future of kitchen design in the want for minimalist design and so, the array of new products which make our day to day lives that bit easier. When it comes to kitchen lighting these days, the trend has certainly come to the fore with advancements in LED kitchen lighting technology becoming commonplace.

Sensio's  LED Panel concept was launched at KBB Birmingham 2014 (small)

Sensio’s LED Panel concept was launched at KBB Birmingham 2014

This has meant that the industry is now seeing a variety of solutions that make kitchen tasks simpler, as well as enhance the aesthetics of a minimalist design scheme.

There’s no longer the need for endless light switches to be dotted around the kitchen anymore, making for a more practical, stylish, and let’s not forget, a more hygienic space. Remote controls are available nowadays that are not only easy to operate, but can be tucked away under cabinetry for a clean, tidy and organised space.

It's possible to control every aspect of your kitchen lighting and create the effect that's desired at the touch of a button with Sensio's remote controls

It’s possible to control every aspect of your kitchen lighting and create the effect that’s desired at the touch of a button with Sensio’s remote controls

Products like this are most certainly the future of kitchen lighting technology and they allow for each lighting fixture in the room to be controlled individually at the touch of the button. In my opinion, they’re a small investment to make considering the inclusion of such productions will enable kitchens to be more convenient and attractive areas of the home.

LED lighting can also be used to emphasize minimalist design schemes, highlighting the finishes in place and transforming cabinets, worktops and kitchen islands into focal points in their own right.

LED lighting can be used to emphasize a minimalist design scheme

LED lighting can be used to emphasize a minimalist design scheme

A dimming sensor switch will allow users to create the perfect atmosphere for socialising with the lighting solutions work well when placed discreetly under wall-hung cabinets. Whether it’s a bright, white light, or a pleasant romantic pink hue for creating ambiance, then know that a variety of effects can be created at the touch of a button.

Michael Linsky is the Managing Director of Sensio UK Ltd – for more about Sensio please visit www.sensio.co.uk or call 0845 0340780

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Michael Linsky Managing Director of Sensio UK
Michael Linsky is the Managing Director of Sensio UK Ltd – for more about Sensio please visit www.sensio.co.uk or call 0845 0340780

  Email:  Michael Linsky

  Website:  http://www.sensio.co.uk

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