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Kitchen trends to look out for in spring 2024

The kitchen is the heart of the home, so it is worth spending time and effort to design the most important room in the house. What feeling do you want to evoke when you visit your kitchen, such as a cosy Cotswolds cottage or stylish New York warehouse? It is all within reach with a few clever styling tips and tricks. Read on to find out what key trends will be making appearances in homes across the country this spring.

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Colour blocking

Those with an eye to kitchen refurbishment in Guildford will know that the 2023 trend to create zones and huge visual impact through colour blocking in the kitchen will continue into 2024. Colour blocking can be used to evoke Bauhaus cool and architectural motifs that space and existing infrastructure may not allow for. Artist Camille Walala uses colour in her artwork to add a sense of fun and interest to what can otherwise be a pretty prosaic space in the home.


Those considering kitchen refurbishment Guildford who wish to reduce their environmental impact should consider the current trend for upcycling kitchen units and furniture. Good quality units and free-standing furniture, such as butcher’s block kitchen islands, will not only stand the test of time but also add a natural and homely feel and come without the carbon footprint.


Not just a lock-down fad, pantry envy has continued to be a major Insta trend into 2024 with style-conscious cooks showing off their ultra-organised and often colourful pantries on social media. The pantry, a more private space in the kitchen, can afford risks you may not otherwise take in terms of colour and drama. Sicilian lemon wallpaper? Go for it! Floor-to-ceiling shelves with a bespoke ladder? Now we’re talking!

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