Autumn / Winter 2016 Kitchen Design trends – what to look out for
Our Milan Design Week 2016 hot style trend picks
Milan Design week took place earlier in the year but has set the tone for kitchen design, and what to keep an eye out for this Autumn/Winter. Gorgeous hybrids of natural wood and varying materials that create an eye-popping contrast are here to stay. Check out our selection of Schuller kitchen designs to discover more of this beautiful organically cosmopolitan collection.
The classically minimalist black and grey are back and in addition they are lowering the tone of other kitchen colours. Softer and more neutral colours have made their way in such as biscuit taupe, cool grey, serene shades of nude, musk blush and pearl. These colours may seem neutral but in conjunction with your perfect design, have the power to seamlessly lock together the even the most abstract of interior creations.
Cupboard doors are disappearing this season with exposed shelving areas making an appearance. This can be used to give either a vintage haberdashery feels, or for a more contemporary open minimalist look.
The kitchen and living area seamlessly blend into one another with the beautiful open living room designs being brought forward this Autumn/Winter. With kitchen islands effortlessly transforming into contrasting coloured dining tables, giving the you more space to utilise for functions and events.
Raw materials such as exposed metals are back to give your kitchen an effortlessly rustic look with a professional finish.
In contrast, a cleaner cut futuristic look has burst onto the scene this Autumn/Winter with interactive panels on the worktop that allow for you to control the hob, hood, dishwasher, view recipes and what’s more- this feature can even connect to a baby monitor to minimalize stress whilst cooking for the family.
Come along to Russ Deacon this Autumn/Winter and create the perfect design to suit all of your needs. Visit us in-store or online today!