Now that we’re reaching the end of 2018, it’s worthwhile looking forward to the latest kitchen design trends that will dominate the end of this year and early 2019.
At Kuechen Harmonie we are strong advocates of German quality kitchen design, but this doesn’t mean we don’t love to keep up with the latest in interior design too! Our kitchens Glasgow have a passion for sharing kitchen design news and advice, take a look our last post to find some simple ways to update your kitchen.
Latest Kitchen Design Trends for 2018 from Kuechen Harmonie
Mix and Match
The minimalist, monochrome style of kitchens will always be popular, however, recently attention has been turned to combining contrasting styles, textures and colours. As the kitchen is often the part of the home where most people congregate, you might as well have a space that represents your personality! Integrate materials you wouldn’t previously of considered. Textures are very important in a kitchen, why not combine real wood counters with tiles or marble, or even something even darker? There are so many opportunities to have fun and experiment when you take inspiration from a range of styles.
Navy has come out to be one of the most important colours for interior design this season. Aside from the obvious fact that darker colours are more appropriate for winter; navy is very versatile, sophisticated and will fit in with any type of home environment. Winter 2018 is the time to make it a spectacle in your kitchen! Use it for your cabinets, the walls or for some accent pieces. If you are worried about being committed to the navy trend, don’t be! Navy is a colour that will work well at any time of year.
Dark Wood Furniture
The last of our latest kitchen design trends is to do with the 1980s revival that’s been going on all year. Dark wood furniture has become popular again! It is another thing that can be easily incorporated into your kitchen space; use dark wood for your kitchen cabinets. Though darker wooden furniture can be used in many different environments, we understand that committing to it for a whole kitchen can be intimidating than a lighter wood. If you’re undecided if you would like dark wood furniture in your kitchen at all, use it for another room in the house.