Our feature kitchen is breathtaking! This classic beauty is light and airy with an almost timeless yet fresh feel. The use of neutral colours plus the simple yet seamless cabinetry creates a style of sheer comfort! Would this be your environment of choice to create those 'Master Chef' treats for the family? For more exquisite designs, just visit http://www.easylifekitchens.co.za/gallery/browse/kitchens

Our feature kitchen is breathtaking! This classic beauty is light and airy with an almost timeless yet fresh feel. The use of neutral colours plus the simple yet seamless cabinetry creates a style of sheer comfort! Would this be your environment of choice to create those 'Master Chef' treats for the family? For more exquisite designs, just visit http://www.easylifekitchens.co.za/gallery/browse/kitchens

Feature lighting should be considered as an affordable way to change the look of your kitchen

We're simply in love with the colour scheme used in this kitchen. monochromatic with a touch of blue. This kitchen was designed by Easylife Kitchens, one of the sponsors of Grand Designs Live

See how something as simple as feature lighting can change the entire look of your kitchen

The client's brief was to create a bold and beautiful kitchen that would leave a lasting impression.

But don't forget one important aspect in order to complete the look, is feature lighting.

The kitchen is part of a custom open-plan design. Combining both dining and living room area it makes this kitchen the centre of attention. The kitchen c

Classic kitchens are timeless and at present, very much in demand.

Classic kitchens are timeless and at present, very much in demand.

Ceilings that make you look up. Next year will see statement-making ceilings, says Hardcastle, who designed the striking kitchen seen here. “For a long time now, we have all forgotten to look up.”

Trend Watch: 13 Kitchen Looks Expected to Be Big in 2015 Ceilings that make you look up.

Luxe metallics. While silver, chrome and stainless steel are three metallics commonly used in the kitchen, next year warmer metals, like gold, copper and bronze, will have their moment to shine, according to Natale.

Lasse House is a private home located in Starnberg, Germany. It was designed in 2011 by the Munich-based by spandri wiedemann

Touch-me textures. “There’s a move toward using more textured and tactile materials,” Pillay says. Natural marble and granite in honed finishes, as well as engineered stones that replicate raw finishes, are a few materials we’ll be seeing a lot of next year, the designer says.

A modern kitchen with an interesting mix of materials with black steel custom upper cabinets and unfinished limed wood for the lower cabinets all mixed together with lots of white. Simple and clean.

Repetitive patterns. A major trend that Hardcastle is seeing is a move away from geometric patterns and toward elegant, repetitive motifs instead, which he says will take shape in the form of laser-cut plywood or steel panels, wall coverings, door inserts and tiles.

Trend Watch: 13 Kitchen Looks Expected to Be Big in 2015 - Moroccan and Native-American tribal-inspired tones - mustard yellows, deep scarlet, royal blues and dirty pink hues


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