The Naked Kitchens blog is the place where we celebrate all the highs, lows, and beautiful chaos of kitchen life.
Come on in for style ideas, expert guides, lighting, plants, recipes, and plenty besides, all from some truly fabulous and exciting guest authors.
Sustainable kitchens: What makes an environmentally-friendly kitchen?
If sustainability is important to you, here are seven key questions to ask before you choose a new kitchen…
Customising Howdens kitchen cabinets with bespoke doors and fronts: what you need to know
How to turn a standard Howdens kitchen into something that looks stunning by adding bespoke Naked Kitchens doors…
Replacing your old kitchen cabinet doors and drawers with bespoke new fronts – a complete guide
Buying bespoke new doors for your existing cabinets is the smart way to transform a tired kitchen. Here’s how…
Ernest Shackleton's Cape Royds kitchen - built for an extreme life
How’s this for an inspirational kitchen? A team of ingenious Antarctic explorers built it in 1908 and it’s still standing strong today…
Kitchen Trends 2022
We know it might seem early to even mention 2022 but, time will fly and here at Naked Kitchens, we are already manufacturing beautiful kitchens for next year!
New in, Brushed Limed Grain Oak!
We are excited to announce the launch of a brilliant new cabinetry finish; Brushed Limed
Grain Oak. A unique style, the brushed limed grain oak technique enhances the already beautiful timber.
What’s hot? 2021 kitchen trends
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…
Kitchen Trends 2020
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.
Ways To Use Walnut In Your Kitchen
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.