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5 Autumn Kitchen Trends

Updated: Jan 24

As the leaves start to fall, the days start to get gloomier and the landscape changes in colour around us. This soft change of season is the perfect time of year to make your home cosier and more comfortable as we prepare to spend more time indoors this Autumn.

schuller kitchen design with marble worktops and island

Marvellous Marble

We’re loving the swirling unique aesthetic of marble. Not only do they suit all types of kitchens from traditional to contemporary, our range offers a seamless smooth look. This luxe look is very adaptable to all types of designs and it’s much easier to clean compared to traditional tiles, just one clean swoop with soapy water and you’re done!

forest green luxury kitchen design with floor to ceiling units

Forest Greens

There’s nothing more autumnal then earthy forest green cabinetry – marry it with golds or brass and a modern black – you just can’t go wrong! This traditional yet modern design offers a super sophisticated timeless aesthetic. Plus, this versatile colour palette is a trend that’s here to stay and you can play around with how you accessorise it depending on how you feel and what season it is. Think deep greys and blacks during the cooler spells and neutral creams and terracotta accents in the summer.

luxury german schuller kitchen in mint green with wooden dining table

Layer Upon Layer

As the temperature drops it’s natural to add layers, but most forget to add textural design to their interiors, especially within the kitchen. This year’s trend is to add several layers to create a luxurious cosy feel. If you have wooden flooring, think about layering it up with a rug. And for bench seating add throws and sheepskin rugs on them – so not only does it have a visual impact, but it’s also cosy when guests dine. Also don’t forget to add blinds and curtains on your bi-fold doors for that extra warmth and comfort.

dark blue schuller kitchen design with dark wooden island cabinet

Dark Wooden Tones

Warmer and darker wood grains are back in such as rich walnut timber worktops. This look is influenced from the rise of old meets new and mid-century furniture. Tie it in with lashings of soft furnishings and marry it with muted or bold tonnes.

dark grey and black kitchen design with island and stools

Structured Simplicity

To feel calm and collected this season, use clean sweeping lines to create a minimalistic and practical space to live in. It’s all about choosing high-quality materials and items that put strong lines and functionality at the forefront. It’s essential to have integrated appliances and hidden storage to ensure the smooth look isn’t disrupted.

If you see a design that catches your eye or you're looking for a new design this autumn contact our talented kitchen designers via our website!


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