Our buyers and stylists work together to keep up to date with all the latest trends in the kitchen market. Our ranges have been specifically selected with these trends in mind so that you can make your home as stylish as possible.
Milton Midnight has been a feature in our range for some time, and is now joined by Chester, Camden, and Sandford so that you can choose a Midnight Blue kitchen in a number of different styles. Midnight offers all the elegance of monochrome but with a softer feel, to create a calm and quiet atmosphere in your home.
Mix & match
A huge trend in kitchens at the moment is to mix and match - whether it be colour or texture. Try two different colours within the same range, or look at choosing the same style of door in a mix of matt and gloss. Tie the whole look together with a single worktop colour.
Narrow Frame Shaker
A Shaker kitchen is a timeless classic, and giving it a narrow frame brings it right up to date. Our Chester range offers limitless styling options; choose different worktops and handles depending on whether you want traditional or contemporary, or the handleless Intelliga version for an ultra-modern look.
Over the last few years we have seen grey become one of the most popular colours in our kitchen ranges. From the softest dove grey through pewter to dark graphite, you can find a grey kitchen in whatever style and colour suits your decor.
A handleless kitchen is perfect if you are looking for a pared back, streamlined look that creates more space, particularly in small kitchens. Our Sofia and Camden J-Pull kitchens have handles integrated into the door, or go ultra-modern with an Intelliga style for a truly handleless kitchen.
Open shelving can add a feeling of space to a kitchen and gives you the opportunity to make a feature of crockery and glassware, as well as making them easier to find!
Fitted Kitchen Home Offices
With our homes being transformed into makeshift offices and classrooms, it's become obvious that a multi-purpose desk space is an essential part of modern living.