Pinterest is a great place to start when looking for inspiration for your new kitchen. Our Pinterest boards have been carefully curated to bring you the most up-to-date kitchen trends, providing plenty of ideas for you to repin when creating your own motivational kitchen design boards. This blog lists our five most popular Pinterest boards, all of which cater for a variety of different tastes and room sizes:
Farmhouse or country styles have been popular for a number of years; as such the prominence of this board should come as no surprise. Providing an overview of the room as a whole rather than focusing in on smaller components, this board is a fantastic place to start when looking for new kitchen ideas. Farmhouse kitchens are a classic, timeless style and are a fantastic choice in any home.
Subway tiles have been a hugely popular kitchen feature over the last year, and this trend shows no signs of abating! These glossy, rectangular tiles are a sleek and contemporary option that can provide striking ideas for kitchens when paired with contrasting colours – we love this monochrome look that combines white tiles with dark wooden cabinets and worktops.
Looking for a kitchen centrepiece that will create a lasting impression? Look no further! Wooden island worktops can be incorporated into any style of kitchen, and even look good when combined with worktops made from other materials.
Harvesting ideas from other people’s kitchen designs can be very useful: it allows you to see how different components work together in a real-life setting. This kitchen features traditional cabinet frontals with frontals painted in Farrow & Ball’s Pointing. Classical styling and a neutral palette help make this room widely appealing, with a country kitchen look that is sure to be popular for years to come.
One of the biggest interior trends of the last year, Hygge (pronounced “hoo-gah”) has no direct translation from Danish, but roughly equates to a feeling of cosiness and warmth. Fur, soft knits and candles play a big part in gesturing towards this concept within one’s home. But – although Hygge is still going strong – there is now another new Scandi-trend to watch: Lagom. Swedish for ‘just enough’, Lagom focuses on simple designs and minimalist stylings. If you are looking to give your kitchen a quick refresh, both looks are achievable on a limited budget and minimal time.
What’s your favourite Pinterest board? We would love to hear from you, so do let us know in the comments below.