At TIG Excell we work with many different types of clients in many different environments, meaning no two jobs are the same. We do, however, notice gradual changes when it comes to what people are looking for in interior design. We thought we’d take a moment to note some of the design trends we expect to see this Autumn based on the kitchens we’ve fitted or refurbished so far this year.

This is just one part of our series that also covers the design of lofts, bathrooms and the home in general.

Open plan kitchens

These aren’t exactly a new development, but they continue to be very desirable, and it’s easy to see why when they’re such an effective way of maximising space, something that’s particularly important in a city like London. For the same reason we also work on a lot of designs that employ clever ways of using space like creating custom units or using innovative types of drawer or door. Cupboards aren’t as simple as they used to be, and integrated tech is all the rage.

Commercial grade kitchens

This style are becoming increasingly popular for those who want to splash out. This isn’t just because people want the functionality of the type of equipment you would find in a restaurant kitchen, but they’re also looking for that type of aesthetic, too. It’s a good option if you really know your food and you want to radically change your existing kitchen.

Farmhouse style kitchens

By contrast, we have also seen a lot of farmhouse style kitchens recently, including features such as apron front sinks. Mixed materials like wood, stone and tiles are being combined into numerous configurations. A classic style wooden cabinet with stone countertop can provide a variety of textures that match. Alternatively, an island can be divided into a wood topped breakfast bar and a stone topped food prep area for an attractive contrast.

Whatever you want from your kitchen, TIG Excell has all the skills and qualifications to deliver. Whether you know exactly what you’re looking for or you want to work with our design team, get in touch today.

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