Kitchen Design Trends: What’s Hot for 2015?

Do you want to freshen up the look of your kitchen? Perhaps you’re building a brand new home or maybe you’re undertaking a complete remodel of your current kitchen? Whatever your situation, you want the finished look of your kitchen to be contemporary, practical and stylish. In order for you to achieve this outcome, it pays to get informed of the current kitchen design trends that are hot for 2015 and beyond.


Wooden Kitchen Cabinets

2015 has seen the explosion of wood colour kitchen cabinets. Interior designers love the wide variety of different types of wood grains and wood stains that have become so popular among homeowners. If you haven’t seen the wide selection of wooden kitchen cabinets that are now on the market, check out Prestige Kitchens in Tyne and Wear and you’ll get an idea of what everyone is raving about.


Minimalist White Kitchen Appliances and Cabinets

Always a firm favourite for kitchen cabinets, 2015 is no different and white is a colour that can be seen in showrooms everywhere. Probably the freshest neutral colour out there, white appliances and cabinets signify simplicity, cleanliness and modernity.


Warm Metal Kitchen Accents and Fixtures

Kitchens that are inviting hold universal charm. If you think that your kitchen is in need of some warm detail, introducing aptly coloured metals and fixtures are one possible way of giving your kitchen a welcoming glow. When achieving this trend for 2015, the use of copper and bronze is highly recommended.


Wallpaper that Wows

Do you want to add a sense of interest and character to your cooking area? Adding wallpaper that wows into your kitchen is the perfect solution to do just that. A smart way to add visual impact and beautiful contrasts, wallpaper will be everywhere throughout 2015.

Given the amount of time people spend in their kitchens, it’s no surprise that it is one of the most up-dated rooms in the majority of homes. Ensuring that the design of your kitchen is bang on trend will eradicate the need for renovating for the rest of this year…and possibly even a few years, depending on how trends change.