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Kitchen design forecast for 2023

Kitchen design forecast for 2023

A look ahead to what will be popular in kitchen design for 2023.

Whilst multifunctional spaces and open-plan living is set to continue for sometime, we are seeing a moving away from white kitchens, minimalist looks and clean lines.

In 2023, designs are getting bolder and braver. Interiors as a whole, but especially in kitchen design, are becoming more maximalist.

Colour palettes are moodier, details more intricate and style is more dramatic. A love of dark blue’s and greens will continue to grow and more personality will be included to show off homeowners personal style. 

Dark green kitchens

Marine Blue shaker kitchen

Worktops

A great way to build interest and drama into your kitchen design is to choose a quartz or Dekton worktop with stronger colour, don’t be afraid to go darker, and also incorporate a stronger vein if looking at marble affects to make a bold statement. Dekton by Cosentino Reverie worktops

“A reinterpretation of the iconic attributes of the precious Paonazzo stone. Thick veining with gradients of light grays, and creams, with luscious rusty terracotta and subtle inky blues.” – Dekton by Cosentino in Reverie

Artwork

With blended living allowing the kitchen to become part of the home decor, and not just a practical workspace, people are adding more personalised artwork to their kitchen designs.

Key pieces of art, photographs and gallery walls allows for expression of style and personality within the kitchen, and ties your whole house scheme together. 

Artwork in kitchen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stained Wood

Darker and more knotty, textured wood within kitchens is growing in popularity. Woods such as our Carbon, Hacienda Black and Truffle Grey bring in character and warmth and give your design a high-end edge. 

Rezana stained wood in Hacienda Black

Stained wood

Warm finishes

As classic as chrome is in a kitchen, homeowners are opting for warmer fixtures and fittings to create a kore cosy feel and to bring their homes right up to date.

Matte black, brushed nickle and brass are on the rise in handles, taps and sinks, and we don’t see this trend slowing down for a long time.

Kitchen fittings and finishes

Ultimately, a new kitchen is a big investment, which will be a big part of your home and family for years to come, so it is important that you do your research and work closely with your designer to create a kitchen that you love and which reflects your personal style, rather than following the latest trends.     

If you are planning a home renovation, kitchen extension or upgrade, we can give you lots of advice and help guide you throughout the process to make it as smooth as possible. Contact us here.

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