Top 5 Kitchen Designs for 2022

September 27th, 2021
  1. Earthy Tones

Earthy natural tones will be a popular choice for 2021, pebble matt and stone shades will add class and sophistication to a kitchen, accessorising with wicker baskets or dining chairs or terracotta furnishings would add contrast to compliment the natural tones. Under cabinet lighting would also add a gentle ambience in the kitchen.

  1. Wooden Worktops

Wooden worktops used for breakfast bars, islands or a peninsula are the ideal choice for adding a Scandinavian or Japanese look. The entire look plays well creating a modern and contemporary atmosphere. The wood used in the images are from a Danish company called Spekva, they work by selecting only FSC certified wood. Each piece of wood has its own uniqueness so no worktop or bar will ever be the same which makes it a popular choice for adding individuality in the kitchen or dining area. The wood is carefully selected and treated with high quality natural oils.

  1. Granite or Quartzite

Granite or Quartzite is an exquisite choice that boasts elegance and luxury. There are many varieties of Granite or quartzite to contrast with your kitchen. Being completely natural materials Just like Spekva wooden worktops no Granite or quartzite will ever look the same as the next piece.

  1. Hot water Taps

Hot water taps are going to be a sought-after item for the kitchen of 2022, as many are opting for this in their homes. They come in many finishes such as the amazing Quooker tap which is available in polished chrome, patinated brass, stainless steel, gold, nickel and matt black. Google searches of hot water taps increased by 25 per cent in 2020, with sales soaring in 2021 and showing no signs of slowing down, suggesting that this is a continuing trend to look out for in 2022.

  1. Downdraft Extractors

The downdraft extractor fan is a newly designed system which removes odours and vapours directly from the hob drifting them downwards before they have a chance to infuse with the air.

One particular benefit from this type of extractor fan is that it creates open plan design whereas a head-height extractor hood above the hob or above an island can create a visual barrier and conflict with the open-plan ambience. Some of the time having angled ceilings or beams would restrict a standard ceiling mounted extractor so a downdraft extractor would be the ideal option.

A downdraft extractor fan integrated into the hob will create a minimal and modern design.

 

 

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