From gold splashbacks to vinyl tiles, we reveal the hottest kitchen design trends for 2019.
We round up the biggest trends for the busiest room in your home from top kitchen retailers .
Storm Blue-hued kitchens
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A neutral that works in a complete kitchen, but bold enough to make a statement, Storm Blue is the latest shade to join Second Nature’s Remo range. ‘After identifying a gap in the market for a kitchen in a muted, relaxed, yet vibrant shade of blue, this new addition was created to satisfy that niche, and to use as an accent hue,’ says Graeme Smith, head of design. Remo kitchen, from £10,000.
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Harvey Maria's new Organics range of luxury vinyl tiles was inspired by nature and the minimalism of postmodern architecture. The Design range, seen here, costs £44.80 per sqm, and features a bold, geometric print. The Stone collection, £36 per sqm, was created to replicate the look of a flagstone floor with a clever feature strip that can be laid around the rectangular tiles to create the impression of a grout line. Both are available in four neutral colours.
Decorative and glossy splashback wall tiles
A splashback or recess is the ideal place to introduce a decorative panel of tiles in a kitchen scheme. These glossy Modulo Shine Oro mosaics, £62 per sqm from Spanish brand Saloni, have an aged finish. Suitable for walls, the 30x30cm sheets have rectified edges for narrow grout lines, and are also available in Plato, a silver colourway.
Co-ordinating wine cabinet and kitchen cabinetry
Caple has designed the first wine cabinet in the UK that can incorporate a frame to match kitchen cabinetry. Its design enables kitchen designers to make a surround that simply slots into place as well as adding the same door furniture for a cohesive look. The Wi 6160 model costs £1,254 and has dual zones, touch controls, LED display and black wire and beech-fronted telescopic shelves.
The 'living kitchen' effect
If you have or you're considering an open-plan or broken-plan layout, your kitchen work surface is an integral part of your scheme. Many of the most popular designs coming through for 2019 are inspired by furniture creating a relaxed look and feel.
Bushboard's new Evolve collection includes the Urban Concrete kitchen work surface, which is the the perfect choice for incorporating the 'living-kitchen' trend into your scheme. Another way to achieve this is to make hardworking aspects of the room as understated as possible, so that they blend seamlessly with the interior design.
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