Black kitchen ideas are having something of a moment. Often overlooked as purely an ‘accent’ colour, black walls, cabinetry, and work surfaces are stealing the feature light Black becomes liveable, luxe, and inviting, with textured woods adding rustic, homely charm.
MARVEL AT MARBLE
It’s the time of strongly veined marble, the busier the better for unmissable luxury and next-level style. The return of marble is storming the style charts and how? It’s becoming a popular choice for kitchens and bathrooms and is highly sustainable durable and classy with the ability to withstand passing trends. This makes it a good investment and good choice for flooring as well. Naturally strong veining marble creates a textural contrast between other polished surfaces and woods.
Out of fashion for a while, wood is now enjoying a bit of a revival. Kitchen cabinets can be made in subtle-grained ash, pale oak or walnut, to pick out the warm tones in manmade stone.
POPS OF COLOUR
The rule book can be squashed in favour of unexpected paint-colour pairings. The least expensive option is to change your kitchen styling or paint a wall because this can be easily updated should you tire of it. The colour in a kitchen, be it on walls or fittings, should last for at least five years hence important to look beyond immediate trends and be weary with colour selection.