Kitchen Style Trends 2015 – Part 1
Get ready for your new kitchen journey
As we look toward the end of another year, the designers at The Kitchen Design Centre are increasingly aware of the need to be informed about the new trends in kitchen design for the coming year. Reliable sources from Europe and America give information and ideas regarding colour, style, texture and shape in all aspects of design. It is our commitment at The Kitchen Design Centre to stay current with these trends and to make recommendations for the individual lifestyle and tastes of our clients. Both of our kitchen showrooms have been set up with a mix of modern, contemporary and traditional kitchens to help inspire you along your new kitchen journey.
One of the trends we see emerging in kitchen design is the use of natural, and more rustic textures, whether they be timber, stone, or any other surface finish. Combining these textures carefully creates interest and a complete tactile experience. From a smooth, glossy stone benchtop, to gently textured or profiled cupboard doors, rough timber shelves and decorative surrounds, all surfaces can be designed and combined to create a beautiful, natural-looking kitchen space that begs to be touched. If you’re planning a new kitchen for 2015, whether building new or renovating your existing kitchen, the kitchen designers here at The Kitchen Design Centre can help create the perfect kitchen space for you. By working in the current trends that interest you and are compatible with your lifestyle, your kitchen designer will help create a kitchen that is not only beautiful and functional, but will remain so for a long time to come. When you’re ready to embark on this exciting journey, visit one of our kitchen showrooms in Eltham or Blackburn (if you’re a real enthusiast, why not visit both?!).
Over the coming weeks, we will go into the different kitchen trends for 2015 in more detail to help give you a better understanding of the options. Like us on Facebook so you don’t want to miss the next installment. Happy reading!