5 Kitchen Trends for 2022
Updated: Jan 14
2022 looks to be an exciting year for kitchen retailers, with lots of new ranges already out and more in the pipeline, there are lots of exciting new offerings for consumers
I've picked a few I think will be a big hit this year as we continue to improve our homes and make the best out of existing and new spaces
Howdens Elmbridge Dusk Blue In Frame
A beautiful painted Solid timber Door with wood grain. The inframe design and detailed beading gives this kitchen a real bespoke country feel. Available in several other colours, there's plenty of options on offer. Although this range may not be the most affordable it would be a great choice for a forever home and really suit any country cottage.
Benchmarx Richmond Urban Grey
Grey is still proving very popular, both in it's own right and for a two tone option. The Richmond range is a classic slab door that requires a handle, giving the consumer a choice to add more personality with their own choice of handle. A cost effective choice that opens the door to more colours and accessories to make a real statement in the kitchen
Magnet Nordic Nature Range
Inspired by Scandinavian design, they have really put in the effort to give a real scandi, natural feel. Little touches such as the ribbed plinth adds texture, and the rounded edges on the panels gives a smooth finish and will work so well in open plan living. Because of it simplicity and natural feel it brings a sense of calm and serenity to any living space.
Wren Milano Contour Ermine in Spearmint
Wren have really been pushing the boundaries with their choices of colours and I've picked one of my favourites to showcase. A perfect choice for Two Tone or for a really bold statement on its own. A must have for a vibrant home and the spearmint tone will instantly lift your mood and add a real WOW factor to your kitchen. Gold and Brass accents are still a popular choice with many more accessories following suit, such as taps and handles.
B&Q Stevia Handless Matt Pewter Grey Slab
DIY kitchens continue to be popular and have catered for the bespoke handless rail systems. With dedicated carpentry to match this one won't be an ideal option for a novice but offers a more affordable option on the market for an experienced installer. Available in several finishes and 3 colour options for the rails, B&Q have really given their consumers more dynamic choices this year.
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