By making a few tweaks to the existing colours in your kitchen – you’ll be able to transform the look of your space.
Trends come and go in the ever-changing world of interior design; the kitchen is no exception. But with a few tweaks and touches, the colour of your kitchen can keep on trending. Which means your interior design can transform in style along with what’s in vogue.
To get you inspired, we’ve narrowed down next year’s trending colours to create four very different concepts for you to draw inspiration from.
Pastels are still in – with dusty rose variations taking the lead. Partner this shade with marble and gold accessories to create something classy. Dusty roses also look incredible when used together with other coloured pieces and natural greenery.
Get the look: kaboodle paint your own doors and panels, Taubmans Cool Melon, kaboodle mayonella benchtops and splashbacks.
The kitchen in this space has a very subtle feel to it, showing off terracotta elements in its surrounding area instead. The terracotta brick walls and pot plants build on this kitchen’s trend and add life to this space in a whole new way. Mix terracotta with rustic timbers, woven baskets, bright natural greenery and neutral pale shades. Dress up your existing kitchen with terracotta accessories to keep up with this trend.
Get the look: kaboodle antique white doors and panels, kaboodle frosted oak benchtops, kaboodle bar handles.
Inspired by nature; this look is derived from textured woodgrains and polished concrete surfaces. Bringing forward a natural elegance that no other style can emulate, this tasteful trend cries out contemporary. You can liven up this look by incorporating greenery into your space to stand out against the dark hues.
Get the look: kaboodle urban oak doors and panels, kaboodle enoki benchtops, kaboodle salted licorice benchtops.
It’s the fine details that set this kitchen apart from the rest. Inspired by all things elegant and royal – this kitchen features emerald green doors and black fittings. The marble inspired benchtop adds an element of class and timelessness to this space. The tiled splashback also adds to the fine details.
Get the look: kaboodle paint your own doors and panels, Taubmans Racing Green, kaboodle brinilla benchtops, kaboodle matt black cup handles and mushroom knobs.
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