Designer    Feature 21 Sep 2017

We look at the trend for warm wooden hues and organic textures

“Woodgrains are a major design influence in the home right now. For more personalised design, many consumers are pairing stones and woodgrains together to achieve an eclectic look,” commented Jo Gilhooly, Marketing Director for Bushboard.

Caple’s Darga kitchen is crafted from highly durable gloss polyurethane slab doors. Its simple white aesthetic is given a warm and welcoming tone through the addition of wooden worktops, shelving and stools, while the wood’s natural shades are complemented with copper accessories. Caple |

Using 28mm thick doors with a wood-style laminate cladding, this kitchen creates a classic
yet textural scheme. The pale wood finish of this Bella furniture is simple and elegant, meaning it is unlikely to age quickly. Aran Cucine |

Darker woods with notes of red
and black are guaranteed to pack
a kitchen full of character. This scheme offsets the walnut panelled wall with a bulthaup b3 sideboard in a high gloss Flint finish, alongside a collection of eclectic accessories. Bulthaup |

Published in Designer Kitchen & Bathroom Magazine