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European trends for 2018

Moody Hues.

Eurocucina 2018 has seen a trend towards dark and moody cabinetry. While black and white kitchens will continue to be  popular, there will be a shift towards using deeper and moodier colours in the kitchen like blues, greens and charcoal with lighter wood grains.

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Gold statements

Gold is making a big comeback in the kitchen and there are all kinds of ways to embrace the look — use it to add a touch of shine to your kitchen or create a dramatic feature.

It’s shiny, it’s shimmery, and it’s a stunning design statement when done right. A much better and more modern take on previous fads from the 80’s and early 90’s With different shapes, angles, hardware, and lighting to choose from, you don’t have to settle for a traditional approach.

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Warmed with wood.

With 2018 is seeing a trend toward darker coloured kitchens – we are seeing variations in the use of the trend.

The soft, warm hues of a beautiful light wood find balance with sleek dark finishes. Adding some softer elements to your kitchen makes it friendlier, more gentle, and welcoming place to cook and hang out in.

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Modular shelving systems for flexible lifestyles.

Across corners, under sloping ceilings or around door frames, as a side board solution, wall shelving or room divider - modular shelving systems fit any room size no matter what the basic design. More adaptable than practically any other furniture, these units can be assembled flexibly from different components and figured to suit any preference. They can also be freely extended or reduced using the modular principle.

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