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Kitchen trends

Our latest kitchen ideas offer endless creative possibilities. From choosing complementary colours and textures to innovative technology and living solutions, see how you can transform your space.

Get the look

The right balance of colours and textures are essential for the overall look and the feel you want to create. Our latest kitchen styles showcase the best in current trends, yet they’re versatile for timeless appeal.

Cool blues

To accentuate calm, opt for cooling blues that work in harmony with natural materials such as wood and stone. In a smaller room, keep the tones light for an open, spacious feel or simply use a feature wall to inject a bit of colour in your kitchen. For bigger spaces, a mixture of shades will create a more eclectic look.

Natural elements

Earthy, natural hues and stone or timber textures add a sense of warmth and are perfect for a neutral, modern look on their own or when combined with other colour groups. They’re ideal for highlighting stronger shades or to create a fresh, tranquil atmosphere in a minimalist setting.

Pastel palette

Soft yet vibrant pastels can achieve a range of styles, from elegant to quirky. These dusty hues work well as a base palette to create a sense of harmony and calm as well as to highlight neutral tones. Pair pastels with greys for a strong, sophisticated theme.

Creamy whites

From country to cottage to coastal chalet, traditional shaker kitchens in classic creamy shades offer a timeless charm that’s truly versatile. Add timber textures with pops of colour for an eclectic feel or slate, granite or gloss worktops to take this theme to a sophisticated level.

Moody hues

Rich navies and deep charcoals in gloss and matt finishes soften in different lighting conditions for a transitional effect. Pair with beautiful wooden or marble look surfaces for a modern-classic look or balance dark and light with a bright white worktop for a stylish option that works beautifully, even in small kitchens.


Timber features are quintessential for country charm. Add depth and warmth with wood worktops, an oak island or choose an oak kitchen. For a look reminiscent of a period farmhouse, finish with a deep, traditional style sink and wooden or natural stone flooring.



  • Darker colours and matt textures absorb light, making the space feel cosier while lighter colours and light-reflecting surfaces accentuate the feeling of space
  • Mix styles, colours and textures for a multilayered look that’s all your own or to define different kitchen zones
  • Add visual interest or make a room appear larger by using contrasting colours and textures to influence the eye to move around the space. Keep it simple by pairing coloured cabinets with muted ones within the same range, create a focal point with a splashback, feature wall or a dynamic worktop