New kitchen trends for 2015
The kitchen works very hard in a number of roles, as the central family space within the heart of your home, so when the time comes to think about a new kitchen it pays to seek expert advice.
At Park Street Interiors we understand the many functions that a kitchen may have to deliver within the home, including cooking as well as a space for dining and entertaining — making it a place of high technology as well as relaxation. It may even be a place where the children can be supervised from a safe distance if space permits. Your new kitchen will have many functions to fulfil!
The kitchen is one of the rooms in a home that it's least convenient to have out of action and our dedicated design team, along with our professional installation experts, will ensure that every detail is taken care of so that you can enjoy your new kitchen as quickly as possible.
There's so much to consider when renewing this most essential of spaces; as well as your personal style and taste, when choosing your new kitchen, it will help to know what the trends are for 2015
A new kitchen with traditional influences
Open shelves are set to be a key look in a new kitchen this year. A reminder of the traditional butler's pantry, open shelves will provide storage as well as a display area. Open shelves can really add personality to your new kitchen making it feel lived in, while keeping a sense of the functional space. Open shelves can be combined with retro slab doors or sleek and modern handle-less doors and drawers, where it's not ideal to have items on display.
New kitchen, new inspiration
Furniture-style features are predicted to be a big new kitchen trend this year, reflecting the steady transformation of the kitchen, from key food preparation and cooking area, to the multi-purpose hub of the home.
One way to achieve this in your new kitchen is to install an island which stands on legs making it a real centrepiece, adding both style as well as a practical work area. Drawers, cupboards and shelves will all add to the furniture-style feel.
Illuminating ideas for your new kitchen
Light will be an important feature in a new kitchen this year – from key lighting fixtures, to enhanced natural light and light-reflective tiles and fittings. Considering the lighting sources in your new kitchen means thinking of it as a place where the mood can be altered from day to evening.
Metallic details: the new kitchen preference
Metallics, so beloved of professional working kitchens, have made their way into new kitchen trends this year by way of bronze, anthracite and copper tones, used in taps, drawer and cabinet furniture and even light fittings and lamp shades.
Park Street Interiors - for bespoke new kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and study designs
Even if an entire new kitchen doesn't feature in your plans this year, at Park Street Interiors we can offer an extensive range of accessories to update your kitchen and give it a lift.
We are delighted to be an authorised Miele Centre, a Neff MasterPartner® and a main outlet for Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Daval and premium quality German-made kitchens.
Our dedicated and experienced team can talk you through all the design options, ensuring that your new kitchen will be a fantastic yet functional heart of your home, adding value and style in equal measures - call us on 01276 62777 to discuss your requirements.