Open plan living is here to stay making the kitchen not just the heart of the home but the centre-piece of the ground floor. Here at Lanzet we’re often asked for our expert advice on up-coming kitchen trends. Kitchens are key when choosing a newbuild home- not just one that is current, but also one that will stand the test of time.
In the first of three blog posts on ‘how to choose the right kitchens for your development’, I will be covering style, surfaces and storage!
Contemporary handless doors with aluminium rails are a popular choice and create a sleek look suited to a modern style newbuild. They come in a range of colour options, giving your clients the options to personalise their kitchen to suit their own taste.
The Cornwall by Lanzet is a beautiful shaker style kitchen and has a modern twist to its traditional design. Its chunky frame brings a hint of character and it can be accessorised for a heritage feel or looks equally as good with modern kitchenware.
Two tone kitchens are increasingly popular, contrasting two different colours or two different styles of doors is a way of adding interest to the kitchen. The Hampshire by Lanzet in Graphite and Light Grey.
Even the most reluctant cooks have been forced to spend more time creating in the kitchen in the last 14 months, and ample surface space makes food prep so much easier.
Dark surfaces work well as an accent to paler furniture or woodgrains- creating a dramatic contrast. Laminate worktops are more durable than they have ever been and realistically imitate granite, quartz and wood as a cost-effective alternative. Modern, 20mm, square edged worktops are set to be big in 2021-2022.