Howdens' Kitchen Trends 2021

New Deco 

  

New Deco can be described in four words; Luxe, refined, elegant and nostalgic. Stately colours, luxuriously materials, and decorative patterns define this look. New deco resembles ascetics similar to the 1930’s featuring sophisticated shades of grey and navy with gold tailoring will create a show-home-chic style in any home.

Colour Scheme

Features

Kitchen Doors

Keep colours soft so other accessories take centre stage. Chose a grey such as dove – grey and pebble help provide a neutral canvas to build upon whilst shades of navy or slate-grey can be used to create a bold statement

Work Tops and Handles

To create a Luxe look chose a stone effect worktop with marble patterns. Lighter tones will allow for brass accessories such has handles or profiles, to remain in focus, complementing the art deco interiors. 

 

 

Sinks and Taps

To create a elegant, refined and luxurious style you will ned to coordinate features. This is achieved by matching functional features with other finishes in the room.  

 

Appliances and Flooring

Soft geometric like chevron and herringbone compliment New Deco trend perfectly. Appliances are kept flushed and full of functionality. 

 

 

HoM Mosaics to match 

   

Gatsby £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre, Florence Luxe £16.99 per tile, £186.89 per square metre Niagara £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre Marble Luxe £15.99 per tile, £175.89 per square metre.  

Dark Drama 

 

If you like sultry shades, sensory textures and authentic materials to help create a bold and expressive interior this is the kitchen trend for you. High-tech features kept it human centric while considered details maintain a premium aesthetic.

Colour Scheme 

Features

Kitchen Doors

Dark colours are key to this trend think charcoal, navy, and concrete creating a bold backdrop. For a softer touch try a mid grey styled with black features for a dramatic effect.

 

Worktops and Handles

Kitchen work tops with a textured surface add a sensory feature to a space. Add even more style by opting for marble with a vein detail for visual interest. Play on the senses further using statement handles with an aged or tactile finish. 

 

 

Sinks and Taps

Use robust, hardwearing materials for functional fixtures such as Granite composite sinks to authenticity to a Drama Dark kitchen. Black finished and accessories can be used to tie the design together.

 

 

Appliances and Flooring

Invest in smart features to ensure the space is human centric and high tech. Black appliances remain on trend and will blend in effortlessly. Floors of concrete slate or oak will add depth to a room. 

 

 

 

HoM Mosaics to match

   

Drama £15.99 per tile, £175.89 per square metre, Opulence Black £13.99 per tile, £153.89 per square metre, Antwerp £12.99 per tile, £142.89 per square metre, Venice Black Luxe £16.99 per tile, £186.89 per square metre. 

Simple Living 

 

If you are inspired but the Scandinavian and Japanese décor this kitchen look is for you, especially if you like the less is more look. Emphasising subdued colours and materials and muted finishes. This minimal style reinforces a restorative environment.

Colour Scheme 

Features

Kitchen Doors

Pale tones of grey and white are the foundation for this trend. Hints of pastel like mint and pink, can punctuate the pared-back palate for a more homely feel. 

 

Worktops and Handles

To bring this trend back to its Scandinavian roots pair light countertops with geometric boarders. Black accessories such as handles will punctuate the minimalistic style, whilst handless punctuates the simple living. 

 

Sinks and Taps

To compliment the soft palette and calm surroundings opt for stainless steel and chrome finishes for sinks and taps. Under-mount sinks will create a seamless effect for counters while hot water taps pack in plenty of functionality.

 

Appliances and Flooring

Choose appliances that have flush finishes or are built in to maintain a minimalist look. Timber effect floors add subtle textures to this look, especially when paired with chevron tiles. 

 

 

HoM Mosaics to match 

   Ariana £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre, Midi Metro Crackle Pistachio £5 per tile, £55 per square metre, Vintage Blush £13.99 per tile, £153.89 per square metre, Chelsea £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square meter. 

Earthed

 

Use natural materials, earthy shades and rustic finishes; this look is inspired by mother nature. Pops of colour such as terracotta, mustard and green can invigorate a space, while handmade elements make it humble and one of a kind.

Colour Scheme 

Features

Kitchen Doors

Use colours from he natural world like yellows, greens and off white to provide a bright foundation. Paintable doors offer a blank canvas for custom shades, while shaker styles ensure a homely feel.

 

Worktops and Handles

For a warm and sustainable edge opt for grained surfaces, whilst handles with an ages finish will look authentic. For an individual touch opt for mix and match styles such as cup and knob handles. 

 

 

Sinks and Taps

Stone-fired ceramics help to keep this trend natural with Belfast sinks offering added room for functionality. Combine with taps that are classically styled in muted tones. 

 

Appliances and Flooring

Free standing appliances look right at home within Earthed design with gas providing an authentic culinary experience that will navigate at home dining. Keep your floors natural by sing wood and stone. 

 

 

HoM Mosaics to match 

   

Ibiza £14.99 per tile £164.89 per square metre, Bangkok Linear £5 per tile, £55 per square metre, Carrera Brick £12.99 per tile, £142.89 per square metre, Dylan £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre. 

With thanks to Howdens 

 

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