Property Projects have been completing kitchen installation and bathroom installation projects in Wakefield, Leeds and the surrounding areas for over 30 years. In this time, we have seen various interior design trends come and go, supplying kitchens and bathrooms of all types. Whether you are considering a new kitchen for your home or multiple bathrooms for a commercial building, we can offer advice on designs to compliment your property.
If you are planning a new bathroom installation or kitchen installation for the new year, take a look at the following design trends in this blog post, for some inspirational ideas.
One of the most noticeable trends to be coming out of 2017 and into 2018 is the minimalist look. Many homeowners in Wakefield, Leeds and throughout the UK are hoping to clear their kitchen surfaces of clutter. This can be achieved with clever storage solutions to hide your microwave, toaster, kettle and other common appliances.
Rose gold, brass and copper details look to be 2018’s biggest kitchen installation trend. From copper taps and handles to rose gold lamp shades and pans, there are many subtle or bold ways to add this stylish trend to your kitchen. Copper and gold features can carry on throughout the property and are also popular in bathroom installation designs.
Colourful Kitchen Units
Perhaps only for the boldest of Wakefield and Leeds property owners, colourful kitchens are proving a popular choice for 2018. Some of the most popular designs involve two-tone kitchen units and green kitchen cabinets. For a more discreet look, why not try having a patterned kitchen splashback for adding a dash of colour?
We’ve seen an increase in vintage interior décor trends in 2017 and this will be seen in full force with various vintage bathroom installation trends in 2018. Features such as vanity tops, shades of grey, greens and blues, woods and coloured panels are key to this style.
The trend for using natural materials in bathroom and kitchen installation designs will continue to grow next year. With an ever-increasing awareness about how we impact the environment, we are expecting many customers in Wakefield and Leeds to be looking to more sustainable materials for new installations.
Black & White
Monochrome is back in. From contrasting deep blacks and stark whites, to modern grey shades and pale tiles, the introduction of monochrome in the bathroom can work in any property style. Black and white geometric flooring is a great way to combine this trend and the vintage trend.
Whether it is a luxurious bathroom installation for your Wakefield home or a colourful kitchen installation for a commercial property in Leeds, Property Projects can help whatever the requirement. All elements of your installation, including plumbing, can be superbly fitted by our qualified and capable personnel.