Be the first to see the latest in kitchen design and technology from last week's Kitchens, Bathrooms and Bedrooms 2020. As we saw in bathrooms (see our last post) the emerging trends are more colour, matte finishes and moves to become more eco friendly with gadgets and renewable and natural materials.
We excitedly noted an increase in appliances with can be operated from your phone, extractors taken further with air purification, recycled materials in splash backs and tiles and real wood making a kitchen comeback.
Click on our highlights and we'll show you new tech, new colours and new thinking about arguably the busiest room in the house, then Get In Touch to discuss your next kitchen.
Back in August 2016 I let you in on my favourite kitchen companies so a year later I thought I'd update the list and show you the new editions that are making me happy in the kitchen right now.
Gone are the gloss cupboards and black granite and in comes natural wood, subtle colour palettes and simplicity. Along with this come more affordable upstarts such as Naked Doors who will upgrade your IKEA kitchen cupboards with expensive looking doors and The Used Kitchen Company who are doing good for the environment and your pocket by selling on pre-loved kitchens.
For contemporary kitchens it has to be Pluck with their adventurous colour palettes and cork fronted cupboards and Day True who've taken the tired "Industrial" and given it a sophisticated spin.
For a fuller update on what's hot in kitchens now make sure you read our earlier post on kitchen trends
One of London's Best Interiors Bloggers (Ideal Home magazine), The Open Plan Interior Design, London produces contemporary interiors for homes and business' and this very useful home interiors blog