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‘People are engaging in much busier lifestyles these days and it makes sense to cook multiple dishes simultaneously, particularly people who are big on entertaining,’ explains Papilio. ‘Multiple ovens can even create a statement look as shown here, where three eye level Gaggenau ovens have been placed in tall wall cabinets to contrast with the original stonewall.’

‘Brass has been hot for the latter part of 2017 but this will continue into 2018 with the material being paired with warm colourways and acting as statement features within the kitchen,’ says Papilio.

‘Smart appliances are developing at a rapid pace and anyone considering installing a new kitchen in 2018 should really not do without a boiling water tap – seen as a necessity in today’s living; wifi ready appliances – allowing us to control our kitchens from afar; and steam ovens and vacuum drawers – this makes cooking quicker, easier and contains the flavour in the food,’ say Kitchens International.

Marble tiles in this modern kitchen of London designer Colin Radcliffe’s Notting Hill townhouse set the foundation for a cool, clean space. The design is markedly modern, with the exception of a 1950s FontanaArte chandelier and 1970s barstools. The cabinetry is custom made, and the refrigerators are by Liebherr.

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When a Silicon Valley family wanted to create a retreat in the woods, without going rustic, architect Cynthia Wang and designer Jamie Bush brought modern, urban cool to a country cabin. This modern kitchen’s island creates a somewhat moody atmosphere with its quartzite countertop. The cabinetry is by Bulthaup, the oven is by Miele, the stove and hood are by Gaggenau, the sink by Blanco has Dornbracht fittings and the custom-made stools are covered in an Edelman leather.

Meanwhile, Papilio note an interest in ‘integrated music and lighting that can all be controlled via one central hub, as well as a call for iPads installed for recipes and work surfaces with integrated mobile phone charging’.

Designed by firm Ashe + Leandro,this Manhattan loft kitchen for Coldplay’s lead guitarist Jonny Buckland blends natural materials with modern finishes. Leather-upholstered barstools provide seating around the room’s mahogany butcher.

In a sophisticated home in the Hamptons, the kitchen barstools are by Etel Carmona for Espasso, the matte lacquer cabinetry is custom made, the sink fittings are by Kallista and the range is by Wolf.

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In this New York City home high above the city, the kitchen’s lacquer cabinetry is custom made for a clean, modern aesthetic. It is echoed in style by the backsplash and countertop, made with Calacatta marble. The range is by Viking, the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero and the print is by Ellsworth Kelly.

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Walking through this space, one can hardly tell it serves as a fully-function kitchen. Appliances are cleverly hidden in the space to keep the flow of the open floor plan from being broken. The uncommon style of the modern kitchen island combined with materials not normally found in modern kitchen designs can leave visitors feeling as though they’re just sitting down for a drink at the bar. The real feature of the room, though, is the exquisite set of chromed glass orb lights above which add warmth without being overbearing. A dark mirror-glass tiled backsplash deepens the back wall while the teal-blue upholstered stool-chairs add softness to the space.

In a textile designer’s townhouse, the kitchen counters are Calacatta Gold marble, the backsplash tile is by Waterworks, the range is by Capital, the stools are from ABC Carpet & Home and the light fixture is by Apparatus.

‘Kitchen design in 2018 is all about timber veneers, colour contrast, texture, metallics and the ongoing industrial look,’ says bespoke furniture manufacturers Schmidt.

From white marble kitchens to yellow kitchens, these are the styles that define a modern cooking space.

The shaker door is still a popular choice with kitchen buyers. ‘In recent years we have experienced a 16 per cent increase in shaker style doors sales,’ says Kieran McCracken from kitchen door manufacturer BA Components. ‘Shaker offers distinctive yet practical styling as many consumers opt for a traditional design with unicolour matte finishes being very popular.’

In a young couple’s Brussels home designed by architect Frederic Haesevoets, the modern kitchen island is by Bulthau. The vent hood is by AEG, the stools are by E15 and the hanging light fixtures are by Ionna Vautrin.

Those looking for inspiration on how to make their kitchen stand out from everyone else in the neighborhood should find the following 50 modern kitchen design ideas helpful in planning out a cooking and entertaining space that will wow the family, neighbors, or buyers alike.

The clean, smooth white surfaces of this modern kitchen design are offset by the dark amber butterfly-style light fixtures. A modern kitchen island of Corian in a polygonal shape offers a unique divergence from block-shaped islands most kitchens host and an attached built-in dining top provides makes efficient use of the space. While the backsplash material appears to be a window, it is actually toughened glass spray painted a dark, jet black. This helps to elongate the room in an otherwise narrow space. Built-in storage in both the island and back wall provide more than adequate storage while remaining hidden from view.

The kitchen island and counters in this New York home are topped with a Caesarstone surface. The Bertoia barstools are by Knoll, the refrigerator is by Thermador and the sink by Elkay has Rohl fittings.

Open shelving is becoming increasingly popular with homeowners able to make a statement in their kitchen by adding their own personality with small accessories and even deluxe food items placed on shelves. ‘It’s the perfect chance to add lots of greenery in a physical format with bright, airy kitchens providing the perfect setting for succulents and hanging Ivy, incorporating yet another important interior style trend,’ says Papilio.

This San Francisco loft, belonging to designer Steven Volpe, proves that wood can be incorporated into modern design — especially when it’s paired with marble. The marble-and-wood kitchen island is surrounded by silver Knoll barstools.

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‘Think beautiful, ornate handles against modern cupboards and bright coppers/rose golds on shaker style kitchens,’ explains Trainor. ‘There is also a growing trend towards matching accessories and appliances to the rose golds and copper accents found in handles as more homeowners try to find alternatives to everyday stainless steel and black.’

The openness of a space is often its biggest asset. The designer has made use of this fact to make the room look even larger with the use of multiple reflective surfaces. Instead of a traditional backsplash, the area has been opened with the use of oversize wall mirrors above the countertop and behind display shelves that only serve a utility purpose, but also serve as a form of home decoration. This not only makes the room appear to extend beyond the bounds of its walls, it also raises the brightness by reflecting other light sources. Cabinets along the walls are just the right amount of off-white to look pure and clean without becoming overly stark. The true feature of the room, however, is the custom island. Indented end pieces of polished steel continue the reflective theme of the space and the dark cork island front adds a nice contrasting scheme to the cabinets. Ultra-modern appliances finish the look by adding yet another touch of modernism to the design.

It doesn’t stop at ovens either. ‘We’ve also had requests for multiple dishwashers, washing machines – just to ensure that there’s always enough room for the various demands of running a family home!,’ they explain.

In this exuberant Hamptons home, the kitchen’s stools are by Design Within Reach, the ceiling fixture is from YLighting, the refrigerator and wine cooler are Sub-Zero and the photograph is from Natural Curiosities.

‘An inclusively designed kitchen is intended to offer independence to less able or wheelchair users, whilst at the same time being suitable for all other users in the household,’ explains home specialist association KBSA.

The team at Kitchens International say floor to ceiling units with no plinths or space above the unit is a key design trend that will provide maximum storage in smaller areas. They add: ‘Open shelving with internal lighting produces a more living room feel and look to the kitchen and is becoming increasingly popular on islands.’

From cobalt blue to powder blue and teal, blue is the colour of the moment when it comes to kitchens. Darker shades of this versatile hue will prove to be the most popular. ‘Undoubtedly the biggest colour trend the industry has seen this year is the desire to have blue in the kitchen,’ reveals BA Components. ‘This bold and dramatic move is for those who are brave and want to make a statement within the home.’

‘An ongoing shift towards individuality in today’s kitchen design, the latest fronts, finishes and solutions become instrumental in creating definition and individuality,’ says Schüller. ‘With heavy metal, even storage is coming out of the cupboard and when features unite with function, you create kitchens with purpose.’

While the look of this modern kitchen almost seems unfinished, the bare wood is a highlight of the bright space. At first it evokes memories of a high school shop class, but the chevron-style backsplash brings just enough of a color scheme to deepen the space and bring out the natural, unstained colors of the modern kitchen cabinets. The slate-gray tiles mesh unbelievably well with the buttery yellow and cream tiles spaced just so. The added focal point of light stain on select cabinetry and the front of the modern kitchen island lend just enough finishing to complete the space. This design proves that the knots and grains of wood alone is enough to modernize a space without going overboard.

‘The latest material we’ve seen a surge in for kitchen worktops is Neolith. A well thought-out range of finishes to suit the modern worktop requirement and also very practical, unlike the recent marble trend,’ says Papilio. ‘NeoLith’s revolutionary manufacturing process uses 100 per cent natural materials, extreme heat, and intense pressure to produce the most durable surface material available in the market today. The range includes finishes in silk, satin, river washed and polished.’

14 The industrial look develops with heavy metal and concrete effects

Modern kitchen decoration means sometimes using unusual materials. Many designers in recent years have begun utilizing concrete as a kitchen texture for countertops. However, few have thought to incorporate it into the structure of the kitchen island. This design melds concrete, stainless steel, and wood together in a sculpted island that is a work of art in its own right. Butcher-block style countertops provide a prep surface with the addition of convenient knife storage. Highly modern kitchen cabinets on the back wall provide abundant storage options without detracting from the focus on the artful island. It’s a room that’s light on color variety, but heavy on modernity. The room-wide skylight above provides the perfect lighting source for daytime entertaining while a gargantuan silver chandelier sculpture brings both evening lighting and another piece of true art to the space.

Angus Mackintosh, senior sales designer from Kitchens International, adds: ‘Disguised light channels built into the plasterboard are very on trend in modern architecture buildings and I expect this to merge over to the kitchen world and become more common place in most designs.’

Innovation research and trends firm, Stylus, comment on a trend of brands employing natural materials to add an element of crafted luxury to appliances. ‘Wood veneers, cork and leather provide a welcome contrast to technological-driven products and synthetic materials, allowing appliances to sit sympathetically alongside furniture and domestic interiors.’

Black granite floors and Panton chairs by Vitra take center stage in this Toton Sanchez-designed home in Caracas. Wood wine racks, laminate cabinetry and a marble-top Saarinen table by Knoll add variety and texture to the space without being distracting.

The feature of this space is clear at the first look. A backlit marble island front sets a cool and soft mood for entertaining. The back wall provides copious amounts of storage in gorgeous, dark-toned, flat front cabinets. Brushed nickel appliance fronts and a soft gray backsplash keep the focus on the marble island while still adding to the smooth elegance of the design. Large dark stone countertops provide an expansive area for food prep or an entertaining space. Black industrial-style hanging lamps bring together the look while black matte leather bar stools carry the modern feel to the seating options.

In a Manhattan home overlooking the Hudson river, the kitchen counter is by Antolini, the stove and oven are by Miele, the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero and the sink fittings are by Dornbracht.

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In the kitchen of an NYC apartment dedicated to art, the custom island is topped with brushed stainless steel, the range is by Wolf, the Saarinen table and chairs are from Knoll, and the Dandelion chandeliers by Tony Duquette are from Remains Lighting; the Roman shade is of a China Seas fabric with velvet trim from Duralee, and the floor tiles are by Paris Ceramics.

But hidden storage will be ‘more important than ever for hiding older cookware that you don’t want on display, ambient food and other bits and bobs that find their way into the kitchen,’ says Trainor from LochAnna Kitchens. ‘Internal drawers, pull out storage systems and tall larder storage will also be making their way into kitchens.’

In particular, the Amazon Dash button and Google Home have become ‘essentials’ in the kitchen, enabling homeowners to order products, play music, set reminders or find out recipes at the touch of a button or the sound of a voice.

This modern kitchen in fashion designer Josie Natori’s New York home makes ample use of white for a clean design that bounces light. The island is topped with marble and the cabinetry is by St. Charles of New York.

‘Why have one use for a sink when you can have a multifunctional trough which can be used for anything from chilling oysters, champagne or growing herbs, and of course as a traditional sink to prepare food at too,’ says Papilio. ‘For the avid entertainer the multi-purpose integrated trough sink is the perfect addition to any kitchen and with more homeowners looking to add that “wow-factor” to their home, this has been a favourite amongst suggestions to clients.’

Ralph Lauren’s kitchen opts for modernism over tradition, with ovens and a cooktop by Wolf, a custom-made vent hood and cabinetry of white lacquer and stainless steel. The island is sheathed in Celador, and the Bertoia barstools are by Knoll.

Trainor from LochAnna Kitchens, adds: ‘An island or breakfast bar can also work as both a storage area and a place for dining. But less often they are used for actual food preparation. Utilise your island further by installing an appliance – the addition of a small sink or hob in your island will mean everyone can get involved with food prep!’

It’s not just taps either, although feature taps and statement sinks are becoming increasingly popular too.

In a Moscow apartment that embraces modern living, designer Olga Kulikovskaia-Ashby assigned an area of the kitchen for a convenient breakfast nook. The chairs are by Vitra, the plates on the kitchen counter are by Seletti and pendant lights by Tom Dixon hang above the table.

‘Pretty pastels present real design advantages and are a great way to inject a little fun into the kitchen, especially when used as co-ordinating or contrasting finishes,’ say the team at Schüller. ‘For those keen to create some individuality, yet not quite brave enough for the dramatic contrast of bold colours, then pastels are ideal partners for popular grey palettes and wood effect finishes. Used for highlighting and creating features, pastels in blue, yellow, pink and green can create a real wow factor.’

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Layers of lighting is key to any good design. The traditional line of three pendant lights continues to be popular and always looks stunning in a rectangular kitchen or hung over an island. ‘Pendants can work really well as task lighting,’ says Simon Wallis-Smith, director of lighting specialists Fritz Fryer. ‘We recommend that you complement them with LED strips on the underside of eye level cupboards, illuminating the work surface. Depending on the size of the kitchen, you can also supplement this scheme with some carefully positioned recessed down lights.’

The overall linear look with handleless doors proved very popular in 2017’s kitchen, but according to LochAnna Kitchens, ‘handles are coming back’.

Designed for true modern-day entertaining, this Florida home by Nate Berkus showcases stools by BDDW and light fixtures by Historical Materialism. The marble wall tiles are by Ann Sacks, and the counters are teak.

‘You can create striking focal points with brass doors, door handles, ovens, sinks – it’s all about thinking outside the box,’ Papilio adds. ‘Mixed metals are still a key trend too and mixing with metal appliances can work well. SMEG have a range of coloured metal appliances in black, white, red, blue, mint and more which look great mixed with other metals like brass, silver and bronze.’

With its earthy tones, basic structure, and freedom of space, this modern kitchen design offers a good balance of masculine and feminine accents to meet the needs of any person or family. The stone countertops and backsplash offer a nice contrasting texture to the smoothness of the lacquer millwork cabinets. The warm tone of the island butcher block top creates depth in the space while functioning as the perfect prep area or space for entertaining. Stainless steel appliances and plumbing fixtures are enhanced by the translucent gold light pendant lights. Finally, the smooth marble backsplash pattern behind the stovetop lightens the back wall for a third texture and color combination.

Pictured: The Shaker Layon range, priced from £17,500 inc. vat, John Lewis of Hungerford

‘Golds have been on trend for a while now but the move to combining them with browns and organic materials is going to be big for 2018,’ predicts Papilio. ‘Combining the use of neutrals, golds and organic textures makes for a warm environment with a slight seventies feel, hitting the mark in terms of both style and substance. The boho look is not only easily adaptable with other colours but also comes hand in hand with good quality and timeless design – something which a kitchen needs to present.’

Lighting under cabinetry and counters is an easy way to change the atmosphere of a room, something which Papilio has seen a lot of their clients requesting. ‘Concealed LEDs can be placed under the worktops to transform a kitchen into an entertaining space… it’s an easy way to illuminate a room and add a little bit of contrast to the existing lighting features,’ they say.

Blending a mix of classic industrial decor with a modern twist, The Hive skimps on color, but not style. The black and white honeycomb pattern floor accent continues up the wall seamlessly blending both parts of the room together. The purity and cleanliness of bare wood on the industrial stools, countertop, and modern kitchen cabinets offer a beautiful respite from the otherwise black and white scene while the wood-disk light fixtures meld with the other furnishings. Ample storage space above the seating peninsula provides an out-of-the-way solution for glassware without sacrificing cabinet space. What the space lacks in color variety, it makes up for in design features.

In a San Francisco loft, the kitchen’s cabinetry is by Henrybuilt, the countertops are PentalQuartz, the faucet is by Dornbracht, the stools are by Overgaard & Dyrman and the wall sculpture is by Manuel Neri.

Pictured: Schüller.C collection – crystal white high gloss and pastel rose, Schüller via InHouse

Papilio notes a shift ‘towards treating metals to achieve interesting patinas is becoming more popular’. While we can’t get enough of metals in our home – whether that’s copper or brass – there are various ways to achieve a more popular patina finish by oxidation, chemicals and heat, all of which give dramatic and different finishes for a personalised kitchen.

Thanks to products being designed to take on contemporary aesthetics, kitchen appliances are seamlessly blending in with our interiors. Pastel colours are becoming particularly progressive in kitchen appliances, with key shades of pink, green and aqua blue, whilst bold brights continue to expand within home appliances more generally, offering statement pieces and injections of colour.

Modern kitchen designs add a unique touch of elegance and class to a home that otherwise might be just like every other home on the block. That’s why the concept of modern kitchen decoration has become so popular in recent years. The prominence of modern kitchen design in the entertainment industry has also contributed to this trend. While the everyday television and film viewer once saw standard, basic decor like that in their own home, today’s TV shows and movies feature the modern home decor that has become commonplace in celebrity homes and design magazines. This presence of modern-style home decoration has resulted in a surge in the number of homeowners and designers attempting to replicate these designs and seeking out modern kitchen ideas.

At first glance this space might appear to be some sort of futuristic diner scene. Yet, it is a clear example of how modern kitchen ideas can incorporate both classic and revolutionary styles of design. Bright white and fuchsia are clearly the ruling colors of this space. Super smooth surfaces run from walls to cabinets to countertops and the texture even flows to the clear plastic stool tops. The fuchsia accent on the inset of the dining island adds a nice rush of color in an area the may have otherwise been washed out. Amber pendant lights add a third dimension to the two-tone color scheme bringing together a triad of hues that can only be described as striking.

A must have is the Zip Tap – now the world’s most advanced drinking water appliance. ‘The Zip HydroTap transforms ordinary water into a form of the clients choice, all via one tap,’ says Papilio. ‘This essential and smart addition to any kitchen provides pure tasting boiling, chilled and sparkling water at the push of a button.’

In the kitchen of a contemporary Central Park apartment, the table is by Egg Collective, the Holly Hunt chairs are covered in a leather from Keleen Leathers and the light fixture is by Lindsey Adelman.

Modern design shows its dark side with a sleek black Valcucine island in this chic Manhattan kitchen. Above the island hangs a glass pendant light, and behind it, a photograph by Eric Slayton.

In a perfumer’s Paris home, designed by Pierre Yovanovitch, the kitchen’s backsplash and wall sculpture were made by Armelle Benoit. The Bertoia stool is by Knoll, the range is by Wolf, the sink is by Franke and the cabinetry is custom made.

For example, MOSSwall, which is available in a range of colours, appears as a wall of natural moss. Papilio says this is a ‘simple concept but delivers a striking visual and in addition the natural moss provides excellent acoustic absorption’.

This elegant kitchen, belonging to hostess Rena Abboud, is designed for evening socializing. The island is brushed metal, the stools are Lamboro and the pendant lights are Eichholtz.

The soft, shiny teal of the cabinetry and island in this kitchen invokes a feeling of nostalgia with a modern twist. With white walls as a backdrop, the almost translucent blue is reminiscent of the hue used to paint many appliances and accessories of the 1940s. The rounded edges evoke memories of the automobiles and airplanes of that decade. No hard corners can be found in this space. The LED backlighting throughout the room offers a soft light that feels like the glow of a neon light. This design shows that the basic design elements of days gone by have not gone away completely, but morphed into the elements used in today’s modern designs.

One look at this modern kitchen design will have viewers thinking about the smooth taste of a chocolate marble cake. The sweet chocolate brown of the modern kitchen cabinets makes a stark contrast to the slick frosting texture of the marble countertops and backsplash. The cork-like coloring and grain of the bar stools atop cast iron footings accent the space and add a touch of rawness. Thin silver and glass pendant lights present a sleek line in an otherwise broad space. Large plate-glass windows allow the perfect amount of light in to accent the space and highlight its openness.

In this Brooklyn loft designed by Form Architecture + Interiors, modernism takes on a sky-blue hue with a refrigerator by Müller Möbelfabrikation and a slightly darker blue kitchen island, topped with a cast concrete counter. The barstools are from Design Within Reach.

Almost any homeowner can complete basic kitchen makeovers to make an old work space look new. This may increase the value of the home and it may make the home more likely to sell if it goes on the market. However, because it is so easy for homeowners to complete these simple makeovers, those looking for something truly unique and different must buck those trends and find a way to make their kitchen stand out from all others.

In this black kitchen, the custom-made stools and cabinetry are by Københavns Møbelsnedkeri.

‘Multi-user kitchens for those abled-bodied and less abled is an increasing wish for many homeowners with huge advances in moveable worksurfaces, appliances and tables,’ reveals Kitchens International.

‘Vibrant colour schemes will continue to be popular for 2018 with a focus on both Scandinavian application – pops of bright colour – or complete maximalism –with colour clashes,’ says Matt Prall and Stephen Garland of Papilio. ‘The use of colour in the kitchen is extremely important and should reflect homeowners’ personalities and their needs. For instance, a space for cooking should be light and bright while spaces designed for entertaining could have a darker essence to provide a suitable ambience.’

With multigenerational living on the rise, the growing need to accommodate for different users, whether that’s ensuring enough space has been allocated to create a turning circle for a wheelchair, heights of work surfaces and workflow, has been noted as a key design requirement.

With homeowners more mindful about use of materials, we’re likely to see an increase in the use of characterful`veneers such as Pippy Elm & Walnut for 2018, predicts Papilio. ‘These materials add texture and intrigue to the kitchen and when working in a bespoke manner can be used for everything from statement wall veneers to unique cabinetry and shelving. The use of high quality wood to create statement rooms is going to be big.’

In a glamorous Paris apartment, the kitchen embraces a fresh vision of luxury with mod pendant lights by Tom Dixon and custom-made, walnut-veneer kitchen island and cabinetry. The stools are by Mater Design, the ovens and refrigerator are by Gaggenau and the sink fittings are by Franke.

Look out for industrial style features such as concrete effect finishes – Kitchens International says the trend for concrete-sprayed doors or concrete effect doors will continue to grow – as well as black grip ledge handles and open style metal frame racks for storage and eye-catching features.

‘Living walls are going to be a hit in the kitchen this year,’ reveals Papilio. ‘With botanicals being on trend for the past few years, consumers are on to the next thing – feature walls made from moss.’

‘Layouts are usually dictated by the space available, but islands continue to dominate with many larger kitchens now opting for two islands,’ say the experts at Kitchens International. ‘Most will have breakfast bar seating or banqueting seating attached to the island so that dining is incorporated into the kitchen area.’

Cowhide makes a surprise appearance in this contemporary Los Angeles bachelor pad with custom-made stools covered in an Edelman cowhide in the kitchen. The island features a surface by Caesarstone, the lacquered cabinetry is custom made and the sink fittings are by Dornbracht.

Modern kitchen designs sometimes mean blending an elegant space with a quirky element. This design is no exception. White walls, cabinets, and a kitchen island in the space are broken up by a beautiful ocean blue accent wall in the back of the kitchen. The backsplash melds stones of blue, white, and silver in a mixture that reminds one of ocean waves at the beach. A semi-circular cutout in the kitchen island leaves the perfect space for a breakfast nook for two to share an under the sea dining experience. Sputnik-style icicle lights not only provide a soft light in the space, but also help make the ultra-high ceilings seem cozier. As an added feature to the room, the designer has added quirkiness with a fish print wallpaper on the side wall. This wacky wall casts a fun factor to a room that would otherwise be just another modern design.

In the chic kitchen of George Nunno’s New York loft, the custom cabinetry is ebonized oak topped with Nero Marquina marble, the black and brass barstools are by Milo Baughman and the iron sculpture was found in a Paris flea market.

‘Personalisation will be big in 2018,’ adds Sinead Trainor, kitchen category manager at LochAnna Kitchens. ‘The tail end of 2017 has seen the emergence of more bold colours and textures in kitchen doors and this will follow into the new year. The mix of striking solid colours and woodgrains will continue to prove popular, whilst more industrial finishes like concrete will sit alongside these to really create interest in the kitchen. Consumers are increasingly looking for more variety and being braver in their style and colour choices.’

The breakfast room boasts a Saarinen table and chairs by Knoll, the painting is by Martin Sniper and the light fixture is by Artemide in a glam Palm Springs home.

Pictured: Carnegie kitchen in Scotts Grey and Terracotta Sunset, Masterclass Kitchens

This black and white kitchen features custom-made cabinetry with vintage hardware. The the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, the sink fittings are by Dornbracht and the countertops are white glass.

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The contrast in this modern kitchen decoration is what brings the space together. Pops of color burst from a black and gray scene. Every surface is slick either by the nature of its material or by the addition of a thick layer of glass-like lacquer. Perfect color selections enabled the designer to create a space that would otherwise be lost in darkness. Color blocking, the use of bright contrasting colors on an otherwise bland background, is the key to making this space jump out at the viewer. Clear glass pendant-style light fixtures provide lighting without detracting from the intended focus of the color blocks. Cleverly placed white accessories (in this case a tea set) add a bit of dimension to the foreground to separate the island space from the back wall.

This luxurious kitchen in an Upper East Side home incorporates a touch of the past in its modern design. The pendants are from a Czechoslovakian factory, the oven is by Wolf and the floor is lined with Corten steel tiles.

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Pictured: Matt Denim, Matt Dove Grey Aldridge Kitchen, Bella collection, BA Components

With its deep tones this kitchen proves that espresso brown has still not fallen out of favor in home decor. The timeless combination of espresso tones with stainless steel hardware lends itself well to dressing up a back wall with a lovely marbled backsplash and countertop. To add a bright focal point the designer has chosen to light the space with two impressive pieces. The first is the hanging chandelier composed of hundreds of oblong clear glass orbs. This, combined with the underlit ice glass bar top, provides a beautiful focus around which to center any entertaining event.

Pictured: LED Eyelid under-cupboard light, Contour LED strip, Polespring LED downlight, all John Cullen Lighting

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