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Thinking about renovating your kitchen this year? We asked Travis Dean, director of Cantilever Interiors for his expert advice on what’s in and what’s definitely out when it comes to designing the hub of your home.
1. How would you describe the kitchen styles for 2016?
Kitchen and living spaces are continuing to blend. In 2016, kitchens will require a design that merges inside and outside spaces and caters to the practical and aesthetic needs of these new living zones. New opportunities and challenges will continue to arise from appliance innovations, which are forever reshuffling the possibilities of kitchen joinery.
2. What colors will be popular and how will they be integrated into kitchen designs?
Light veneers, exposed timber and ceramic whites are all set to complement sunset and forest tones. Cantilever Interiors use a predominantly white palette with timber highlights. We believe this offers a calm backdrop for a client to accommodate shifting tastes over time – it allows them to personalise their kitchen with homewares and wall colour. Occasional inclusions of colour, in two-pack spray finish or laminate, can work in a block of cabinetry, as can be seen in our K2 Range.