1. Embrace The Wood
Wood brings a warm and inviting atmosphere to a kitchen space, making it an excellent choice for homeowners seeking a cosy and natural ambience. The natural grains and textures in wood add depth and character to the kitchen, creating a sense of timelessness and charm.
Whether it’s rich walnut, elegant oak, or rustic reclaimed wood, incorporating wooden elements such as cabinets, countertops, or flooring brings organic beauty to the kitchen. Wood’s versatility allows it to effortlessly complement various design styles, from traditional to modern, enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal of the space.
For an affordable and quick way to bring more wood into your kitchen, we offer the LX Hausys range of interior film. Interior Architectural Film can be applied to virtually any substrate, which allows all interior elements including walls, doors, furniture, skirting and architrave, to be decorated.
Another product that we offer that is kitchen friendly is our range of décor cladding products, which offer a wood finish is multiple colours.
2. Go Hell For Metal
Adding metal features to a kitchen is an excellent design choice, increasing in popularity among homeowners. Metal brings a contemporary and sleek aesthetic to the kitchen space, instantly elevating its style and creating a modern ambience. Whether it’s stainless steel appliances, brushed brass hardware, or copper accents, incorporating metal elements adds a touch of sophistication and refinement.
Metal features also provide durability and resilience, making them ideal for high-traffic areas like the kitchen. Moreover, metal is highly versatile, easily complementing various colour schemes and design styles, from industrial to minimalist. It can be integrated into kitchen cabinets, backsplashes, light fixtures, or standalone statement pieces, enhancing the overall visual appeal and creating a striking focal point. With its timeless allure and contemporary edge, it’s no wonder that including metal features in kitchen design is becoming an increasingly popular choice.
If you want to bite the bullet and try out metal, we offer the LX Hausys range of interior film. Interior Architectural Film can be applied to virtually any substrate, which allows all interior elements, including walls, doors, furniture, skirting and architrave, to be decorated. We have a small range of films that mimic the look of types of metals, at a fraction of the cost!
3. Natural Elements
The resurgence of using natural elements in kitchen design has captured the attention of homeowners, as it brings a refreshing and harmonious connection to the surrounding environment. Incorporating natural elements in the kitchen is a way to infuse warmth, texture, and a sense of authenticity into the space
The appeal of natural elements lies in their ability to create a soothing and grounding environment, allowing individuals to escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Furthermore, with the growing focus on sustainability and eco-conscious living, integrating natural elements aligns with the desire to bring nature indoors and establish a connection to the earth.
As a result, the popularity of incorporating natural elements in kitchen design continues to rise, offering a timeless and tranquil ambience that resonates with people seeking a serene and environmentally conscious space.
How can we help? I’m glad you asked! We provide a range of indoor organic films made using natural organic materials, as seen in the picture above! This was created using the Organoid Moss Bright Green. Check out this link to see the other organic films from this range!
4. Clever Colour Contrasts
Combining colours that are opposite or significantly different on the colour wheel creates a striking contrast, adding depth and visual interest to the space. The use of contrasting colours in the kitchen serves multiple purposes.
Firstly, it helps define different kitchen areas and elements, creating a sense of separation and organisation. For example, pairing dark cabinetry with light countertops can clearly distinguish surfaces. Secondly, contrasting colours bring a sense of balance and harmony to the overall design by creating a visual focal point. This can be achieved by incorporating a bold and vibrant colour against a neutral backdrop or juxtaposing warm and cool tones. Using contrasting colours in the kitchen allows for creative expression and personalisation, adding vibrancy and character to the space while creating a visually compelling design choice.
Above, we have three products that are contrasting colours. This is an example of three products used in your kitchen to achieve a contrasted look. Between interior film and cladding, you can upgrade your kitchen with easy-to-install materials. They can also be removed and changed again as the trends change with the years!
5. Find Your Marble
Marble has made a stunning comeback in kitchen design, enchanting homeowners and interior enthusiasts alike. Its resurgence can be attributed to a multitude of reasons. Firstly, marble exudes an aura of timeless elegance and sophistication, effortlessly elevating the aesthetic appeal of any kitchen space. The unique veining patterns and lustrous surface of marble create a luxurious ambience that other materials struggle to replicate. Moreover, marble possesses remarkable versatility, seamlessly blending with various design styles, whether modern, minimalist, or classic. Its neutral tones, ranging from pristine white to soft grey and warm beige, harmonise effortlessly with different colour schemes and materials.
Additionally, marble’s natural coolness offers practical benefits in kitchens, making it an ideal choice for countertops and backsplashes, as it remains relatively impervious to heat. This, coupled with its durability and resistance to stains when properly sealed, makes marble a formidable contender for style and functionality. As design trends increasingly embrace a return to the classics, marble emerges as a beloved material, infusing kitchens with sophistication and refinement.
For an affordable and quick way to add marble features to your kitchen, we offer the LX Hausys range of interior film. Interior Architectural Film can be applied to virtually any substrate, which allows all interior elements including walls, doors, furniture, skirting and architrave, to be decorated. They are water and heat proof, making them suitable for kitchen settings.
6. Light It Up
LED lighting has emerged as a transformative tool for creating captivating atmospheres in kitchens. With its versatility, energy efficiency, and customisable features, LED lighting has revolutionised how we illuminate our culinary spaces. By strategically placing LED lights in various areas, such as under cabinets, above countertops, or within display shelves, homeowners can effortlessly enhance the ambience and functionality of their kitchens. LED lights offer a broad spectrum of colours, allowing individuals to select from a vast palette to achieve their desired mood. LED lighting can be easily adjusted to suit any occasion, whether it’s a warm, inviting glow for intimate gatherings or a vibrant, energising illumination for culinary activities.
Additionally, LED lights provide excellent task lighting, ensuring optimal visibility during food preparation and cooking. With their long lifespan and low energy consumption, LED lights create a captivating atmosphere and contribute to sustainable and cost-effective kitchen design. With LED lighting, kitchens transcend their functional purpose and become immersive spaces that inspire creativity and elevate the culinary experience.
Regarding backlighting, wall grazing, unique shapes and designs or luxury cabinet, closets and cove lighting, we can help you achieve what you want to create with AcoLyte. We take pride in creating fully integrated LED lighting systems with high control standards and excellent customer service.