Latest Trends

Mesh Cabinetry

Adding mesh to your cabinets can bring in interesting textures in subtle ways. Brass hardware and mesh inlay is a classic look that instantly takes cabinetry to the next level.

Handle-less Design

Technological advances in push-open and close doors means that it has become possible to dispense with handles in both wall and base cabinets. This will give your cabinets a clean, minimalistic feel while serving function.

Color Contrast

Have you been wanting to make a bold change to your kitchen? Give this one a shot. Start with two colors opposite of the color wheel and add glass and metal accents. This is more common than you think!

Double Islands

For many homes, the kitchen is the heart of the home. Where space is unlimited, double islands are the way to go. It fills the space with convenient prep space and copious storage.

Color Pops

Mark Wilkinson, founder of Mark Wilkinson Furniture, believes that the colors we choose automatically are naturally influenced by current fashions. 'The color in a kitchen – be it on walls or fittings – should last for at least five years, minimum, so try to look beyond immediate trends and choose a kitchen color scheme that will keep you feeling good long term,' he advises.

Wood Finishes

Wood finishes can bring out warmth in many materials. In this example, the wood brings out warm tones in the handmade stone. You could even pair a wood cabinet interior with a glass faced door. The options are endless when it comes to teaming materials together.

50's Refreshed

Bright white kitchens contrast with rich timbers and soft curves to lend a modern mid-century flair to modern kitchens. Dark walnut cabinetry works to keep the look simple with smart bespoke detailing. Tall white cabinets and light marble splash-backs and countertops draw the eye up creating an illusion of space, keeping the look fresh and of the moment.

Dark Drama

Often overlooked as purely an 'accent' color, black walls, cabinetry and work surfaces are having something of a moment. Black becomes liveable, luxe and inviting, with textured woods adding rustic, homely charm.