With their minimalist cabinetry, neutral colour palettes, and metallic accents, these kitchens have a subtle elegance that will never go out of style.
Contemporary Kitchen is typically used to describe a kitchen design that is on trend, of the moment, popular now. As such, it’s not a pure design style but rather a mix of styles and design elements.
Usually modern in nature the contemporary kitchen blends cutting edge design, technology and the use of new trends and materials. Note how this Riga handleless kitchen gives a row of eye level appliances centre stage and incorporates the handleless lines in the corner posts and shaped end panels of the island units.
The Oslo Supermatt Light Grey kitchen below uses neutral grey doors with on trend supermatt finish combined with the latest appliances, sinks and taps to stunning effect.
One of the most common features of a contemporary kitchen is the use of multiple, layered materials with lots of pattern and texture as with these Oslo Matt kitchens.
Of course no section on contemporary kitchens would be complete without reference to the ever popular gloss kitchens. Available in an increasing array of materials and colours, it's never been easier to put your own design stamp on a kitchen. Whether it's an exercise in cool minimalist sophistication or a bold statement of primary colour and rich woodgrains, gloss kitchens continue to dominate the market.