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Latest Kitchen Trends – April 2011

“High Gloss kitchen door colours are certainly the flavour of the month” said Robert Clark. MD of Kitchen Door Workshop Ltd. “High Gloss White is in number 1 place, however High Gloss Black and High Gloss Red have made it into the top 10, which is very exciting”.

“Replacement kitchen doors has become a very affordable alternative to replacing your whole kitchen” said Robert Clark. “ because of this, people are now able to give their kitchen a makeover far more frequently than they may otherwise have done, as they can replace their kitchen doors and drawer for just £300 or £400”.

“This means that people are far being more adventurous when choosing the style and colour of their next kitchen makeover”.

“Plain ‘slab’ style kitchen door styles such as Venice and Lincoln are leading the way, however Shaker style doors are still extremely popular, as they work well in both traditional and contemporary kitchens” .

Top 10 Kitchen Door Colours

1. High Gloss White
2. Super White Ash
3. Satin White
4. Vanilla
5. Ivory
6. Alabaster
7. Beech
8. Lissa Oak
9. High Gloss Black
10. High Gloss Red

Top 10 Kitchen Door Styles
1. Venice
2. Shaker
3. Lincoln
4. York
5. Newport
6. Pisa
7. Warwick
8. Ashford
9. Canterbury
10. Roma

Source: kitchendoorworkshop.co.uk

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April 28, 2011 - Posted by | Interior Design Ideas, Kitchen Design Ideas

1 Comment »

  1. Love your photo gallery, and yes the gloss colours are very popular.

    Comment by Patricia - Kitchen Designer | May 6, 2011 | Reply

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