If you are thinking about creating a new kitchen or alternately giving your existing kitchen a new lease of life you should first look to the latest home trends available at Very, in order to make sure this area stays in style for as long as possible!
A few trends that are proving to be big for this season include curved shapes, artistic details, vibrant and exotic counter tables, open shelving, pendant and decorative lighting, and innovative materials, fabrics and styles.
This year is all about mixing and matching both fabrics and styles in order to create an individual and aesthetically pleasing look. Materials that are complete opposites such as stainless steel and open brick walls can create a unique and contemporary style that will certainly add a surge of life to an otherwise out-dated room.
Artistic details are also big this season and are a great y to enhance the look of your kitchen, look into introducing moulded designs in the cabinets and add a few finishing touches in the shape of curved arty style handles, these little extras will make all the difference to the look of both your kitchen drawers and cupboards.
Interior designers are now revealing a whole hoard of curved embellishments and shapes to the home areas and this doesn’t just stop at the kitchen. The sharp and rigid look of 2010 has been replaced by a softer artier appearance for 2011; this includes the likes of rounded sinks, curved benches and islands and bowed cabinet pieces.
After you have designed your new kitchen you will need to invest in a series of kitchen appliances, such as a microwave, a toaster, a dishwasher, a coffee maker and a washing machine. If you are not lucky enough to have a laundry room, the washing machine will usually live in the kitchen area. However with so many styles on the market you can make this piece an asset rather than an unsightly hindrance.
If you have designed your new kitchen in any of the above styles opt for LG washing machines in a stainless steel casing, this way you will make sure it’s design teams in with the rest of the kitchen area.