3 brand new kitchen styles for spring

Give your kitchen a new lease of life with these brand new Magnet Kitchen designs

Dunham Midnight

We know we’re not the only ones who can’t wait for winter to end.

After too many weeks of having to wrap up against the snow, we’re ready to welcome spring’s first burst of sunshine, and we’re celebrating the new season by announcing three brand new additions to our kitchen collection. After all, what better time of year to swap a kitchen that’s seen better days for a gleaming new design?

These three new styles offer a range of colour tones to suit every taste, from the intense blue hues of the Dunham Midnight, to the soothing subtlety of the Dunham Dove Grey and the classic wood panelling of the Winchester Acacia. Which would you choose?

Midnight moments

Looking for a kitchen with true wow factor? Then look no further. Kitchens in darker shades are one of 2018’s top décor trends since they lend a sense of drama to any home, and the Dunham Midnight’s intense shade of deep navy blue is no exception. Matching this stunning shade with a classic shaker style cabinet gives this design a sense of elegance that will stand the test of time. Pair this style with marble-effect worktops, Scandi-inspired geometric tiles and Herringbone flooring to convey a chic sense of understated luxury.

A touch of tranquillity

Grey is fast becoming the nation’s favourite neutral shade, since it offers a contemporary twist on more traditional neutral hues. The Dunham Dove Grey’s tranquil pale grey hues complement a broad range of colours and textures, making it the perfect blank canvas to reflect your own personal style. Why not mix with natural woodgrain flooring, open shelving and French doors for a peaceful feel, and add industrial black bar stools and statement lighting to complete the look.

Back to nature

Keep it classic with the Winchester Acacia’s shaker cabinets and pale wood grain effect finish, bringing a light and airy feel to your kitchen and an effortless sense of relaxation. Enhance this natural wood look with the rich green hues of potted herbs, grey marble worktops and crisp white tiling.

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Category: Kitchen