Posts tagged Forecast
FORECAST: Curved Cabinetry
 

Arches and curves add a playful element to design. With soft lines and visual balance, the new trend coming over cabinets is sure to catch your eye. We have been seeing the classic deign element paired with neutral tones and muted pastels. This trend will fast forward you into a spring state of mind.


Rounding the edges of the islands instantly gives them a fresh take on the kitchen staple. Giving the central component of the kitchen a sculptural detail allows for a more minimal balance on the rest of the space.

ISLANDS

@prueruscoe

@prueruscoe

@sivakpartners

@sivakpartners

@shakedesign_official

@shakedesign_official


@devolkitchens

@devolkitchens

Wall Cabinets

Wall cabinets are losing their spot in interior design as of late, what we are seeing are open shelves and streamlined niches; if anything at all. So when we are seeing them being used they are coming up in innovate ways, think radiused corner with hits of colour.

@derek_swalwell

@derek_swalwell


Built - In

Full length - full impact. Tall built in cabinets are the best way to give a custom look to cabinetry. Adding a curve elevates the look - screaming high end.

@batiikstudio

@batiikstudio

@evegwilson

@evegwilson

@mememelbourne

@mememelbourne

@yearandday

@yearandday


The Details

@a1architects

@a1architects

@dohertydesignstudio

@dohertydesignstudio

@dohertydesignstudio

@dohertydesignstudio


Be ahead of the curve with the new design trend thats taking over kitchen cabinet design! Bend the standards for millwork by avoiding sharp corners in your next project or home renovation. Don’t be afraid to mix in a little colour along the way for an extra wow factor. Check back in for more FORECASTS and keep up to date with the latest and greatest in interior design. Whats your favourite design trend going into 2019?

ali.png
 
 
FORECAST: Built-In Hood Fans
 

This new trend is understating the typical statement piece. A modern take on kitchens is to let the details speak for them-selves and live cohessivly, rather then have major focal points. We are seeing alot of integrated appliaces, the next in command just so happen to be the main attraction - the hood fan. Known to be the grounding statment in a kitchen, normally in stainless steel or a custom metal finish, we see people shying towards the modest approach. 

 
 

 

1. Modern Painted Gypsum

Concealing the hood creates a streamlined effect perfect for the modern aesthetic. Painted gypsum board has a clean crisp look, but there are many options for making that focal point not so focal. 

FORECAST: Built-In Hood Fans
 

2. Farmhouse Shiplap

Shiplap adds texture without being too overwhelming. Subtle lines create movement and detail. Bonus points for the rustic look of a barn board or reclaimed wood. 

FORECAST: Built-In Hood Fans
 

3. Stone Sophistication 

Add a touch of glamour with a marble or slab of stone. Even with a bold veining pattern you won't be overwhelmed by the natural essence stone provides - even if engineered. There's an option to add strong presence by having the stone stand alone, or use a slab as backsplash to create unity. 

FORECAST: Built-In Hood Fans
 

4. Traditional Details 

While this option may seem attention grabbing towards the hood, if you add elements  that pair with the details in the millwork it will feel harmonious - not over powering. This look elevates a traditional style, achieving a cohesive design.

FORECAST: Built-In Hood Fans
 

5. All Trimmed in

Last but not least, theres the option to create a cooking nook. Leaving no trace of a hood at all, it feels reminiscent of a villa in Mykonos or a chalet in the south of France. Hiding the "new age" appliances gives an old world feel and provides character. 

FORECAST: Built-In Hood Fans

The five options above are a small taste of the possibilities for concealing an essential kitchen appliance that doesn't need to always take centre stage. I showed them all in white to help better compare and contrast. Incorporating colour into the kitchen is a huge trend right now, so utilize earth tones - navy blue, moss green, burnt blacks and neutral taupes will ground the space and instantly provide depth. Pulling back to the minimal side encourages a more tailored look. Using any of these options will take your house from a builders basic to a refined - thoughtful home. 

ali.png