What’s top of your home improvement list in 2018? If it is to update a tired looking kitchen then make sure you anticipate the latest trends and get a kitchen that you can truly be proud of.
Bring some contrast to your kitchen. Darker wooden or tile floors can really set off your most important family space, particularly if you opt for lighter walls or cabinets.
Good looking sturdy metals are all the rage in kitchens at the moment. From brass chairs and accessories to oversized metal heat extractors, metal gives you some age old warmth.
It’s not just your countertop and cabinets that need to make a statement. In the modern kitchen you have to design from the ground up. This snug-fitting rug is perfect for keeping toes warm during the long Cheshire winter.
Black’s back baby
Well, let’s face it, black never really went away. This classic look will translate well into any modern kitchen environment. The design doesn’t have to be this extravagant.
Go all out on the tiles
Tiles can have a massive impact on the overall look and feel of a kitchen, for a relatively low cost. Choose tiles that are bold and unique, placing them strategically where they are going to look the best.
No IKEA here, ok maybe a little bit. But what’s really important is creating a clean, fresh and comfortable living space. The perfect Nordic kitchen combines great colours, materials and accessories in a seamless mix.