As we steadily approach the end of the year (we can’t believe it either!), we have collated our predictions for trends we are expecting to see in 2021, as well as those that have gained traction over the past few months…
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We know that during these incredibly difficult and uncertain times, hygiene and cleanliness are at the forefront of all of our minds. That’s why we are now offering a brand new antibacterial paint finish on all of our painted products at no extra cost to our customers. Read more below to find out more…
This blog post will give you lots of great tips to help you design and get the most out of a compact kitchen. From giving the illusion of space, to maximising storage and reducing clutter this blog will give you everything you need to completely transform a small kitchen.
As we are nearing the end of the year and getting closer and closer to Christmas, we wanted to share with you the trends we have been seeing towards the end of 2019 and those we are expecting to see increasing in popularity in 2020.
When designing a sustainable kitchen, there are many important choices to be made which can sometimes be daunting and confusing. It can be hard to distinguish which companies are genuinely sustainable and those who just use this message as a sales tactic. Here at Naked Kitchens, we pride ourselves on truly sustainable sourcing, manufacturing and design, and building high-quality kitchens that will last a lifetime.
One of the questions we get asked most often is this – what is ‘Shaker’?
Historically, Shaker design door & drawer fronts date back to the mid-18th century and are the embodiment of simplicity, combined with fine craftsmanship and functionality. Despite their purposeful lack of ornamentation the artistry of the cabinets is their divining charm.
A very popular trend that we’ve been seeing recently is to incorporate some form of walnut timber into kitchen designs. Dark, rich and intense, walnut is such a beautiful material to use in the kitchen.
When designing a kitchen for your busy family life, we know there are certain things to include in your design that will make your life so much easier. Having a lot of people in your kitchen can be incredibly stressful especially when they’re only young and need a an extra eye on them! We’ve come up with a handy list of everything we think you could include in your kitchen design to help keep chaos at bay.