We’ll see current kitchens being ripped apart to expose old natural beams, which look fantastic with stain or beeswax. New builds and designs will seek to build beams and tongue and groove into the walls and ceiling: An extra cost yes, but absolutely worth the finish it gives.
Unlike the photo below which only highlights a minimalistic use of brass on handles fixings and trim, bold brass and copper kitchen hoods and appliances (where possible) will be big in 2014. They’re littered throughout the trade fairs and expect to see them in shows such as KBB (Kitchens,
Moreover, the wall beneath which these units are concealed can be custom-designed to integrate well within a variety of contemporary interior schemes. Have a look at the presentation video to better understand the complexity of the project:
What’s interesting is their range; leaning towards an almost city apartment conversion feel, with brick veneer walls, natural wood countertops and black-brown Laxarby doors; oh, and don’t forget the copper accessories.
Merging traditional and contemporary design, completed Cicero, an eye-catching transitional-style home in Grand Rapids, Mich. The project was built in collaboration with and .
Bright colors and a curvacious visual appeal was spotted by WSGN Homebuildlife at Milan Furniture Fair 2014. Inspired by the homey feeling of a 50s, Smeg’s distinctive design and quality brings curvacious shapes to your kitchen.
Kitchens are yearning for a sip of excitement and edge which is why interesting and colorful splashbacks will be popular in 2014. Grand Designs magazine has placed this as the number 1 Kitchen trend for 2014 and we at Freshome believe it’ll be a winner too. Look for tiles
If you have a monochrome minimalistic Scandinavian design, go with modern, if you have a traditional kitchen with lots of natural tones, use a more traditional brass light fixture. If you are looking for some modern kitchen inspiration you should check : 25 Modern Kitchen Designs That Will Rock
Italian manufacturer Smeg needs no introduction – a cheerful brand keeping vintage dreams alive through modern technology. Their latest small home appliances designs complete the lovable Smeg 50’s Retro Style collection.
Hidden spots under cupboards has been the prevailing trend in kitchens for the past 5 years, however now we are seeing a move back to exposed, sconce lighting. Look for lighting fixture which are showpieces in themselves.
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