2014 kitchen design trends

Timber kitchen design trend from Mojo Designs.
2014 kitchen design trends
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When designing a kitchen you want tomorrow’s look not yesterday’s. Check out the kitchen design trends that will make it big next year!

Timber kitchen design trend from Mojo Designs.

Timeless timber

When it comes to kitchen design trends, timber is in. Whether featured as a subtle accent in the kitchen or as full on floor to ceiling cabinetry, timber adds a sense of natural warmth and gives texture to the space.

Kitchen by Mojo Design, mojodesign.net.au. Photography by Paul Smith.

 

Concealed storage kitchen trend from Enigma Interiors

Concealed storage

These days kitchens are constantly on display, so cleverly concealed storage is essential. This kitchen takes entertaining to the next level with a beautifully designed bar that recedes under the benchtop.

Kitchen designed by Lee Hardcastle for Enigma Interiors, enigmainteriors.com.au

Find out more about Enigma Interiors here

 

Stainless steel kitchen design trend from Barossa Grand Designs.

Sleek stainless-steel

Stainless-steel instantly transforms the kitchen into a sleek and professional space, and best of all the material will develop character over time.

Kitchen from Barossa Valley house which featured on the LifeStyle channel’s Grand Designs Australia. Design by Max Pritchard, maxpritchardarchitect.com.au. Photography by David Solm.

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Integrated benchtop dining table from Art of Kitchens.

The integrated dining table

Combining a dining table and kitchen benchtop is an excellent space saver. Plus, it keeps the action close to the kitchen, making it a great option for families or those who love to entertain.

Kitchen by Ole Jensen for Art of Kitchen, artofkitchens.com.au

 

Black and white kitchen design trend from The Kitchen Place

Black & white

The black and white kitchen is a modern alternative to all-over-white.  It adds depth to the space, while still maintaining a classic and elegant look.

Kitchen by Barbara Pettigrew for The Kitchen Place, thekitchenplace.com.au

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Recycled timber, a modern kitchen trend.

Recycled style

Old wine boxes used as pendant lights above the breakfast bar add a unique and personal touch to this quirky kitchen. We love how the splash of blue breaks up the predominantly timber space.

Kitchen by Dankor Architecture, dankor.com.au. Photography by Vincent Long.

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Yellow steel kitchen trend from Sydney Kitchens

A pop of colour

A solid pop of colour is a great way to make your kitchen stand out.  Choose one element to highlight, such as the kitchen island or cabinetry, so you don’t overwhelm the space.

Kitchen by Sydney kitchens, sydneykitchens.com.au

By Sarah Knox



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