Modern Kitchen Design
Unlike contemporary design, modern design refers to a fixed time period. Modern style can include anything from 1920s art deco up to 1970s retro. The early to middle twentieth century was the peak modern period with the influence of Bauhaus design. What modern design most often comes down to is minimalist lines, wood, and earthy colour tones like brown and green. Blue and white is also a popular colour scheme in modern kitchen design. You can find this palette featured in some of our kitchens.
From our modern kitchen range, Image offers a high-gloss finish with wood or marble effect cabinets and worktops as accents. The Haddington range features curved edges to lend a more contemporary softer feel to the kitchen. The Hamledown gloss designer kitchen features classic clean lines, while Solent has in-framed doors to offer dimension and a more decorative yet still simple finish. If you want to bring some complimentary colour to a kitchen without a stark contrast, take a look at our Welford range.