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One of the biggest kitchen design trends of recent times is minimalist, Scandinavian style. The core tenets of scandi style are clean lines, muted colours and minimalism. Scandi kitchen designs, for this reason, are less likely to date, making them a timeless investment. Read on for our quick guide for achieving a scandi-style kitchen design.
Many of us dream of living the breezy coastal life - but if you live in the land-locked suburbs, a Hamptons-style kitchen could be the answer. Inspired by the signature style of beach houses in in upstate New York’s getaway Hamptons area, the Hamptons style has come to embody everything we love about coastal chic with class. While a Hamptons style kitchen design traditionally has a specific look and feel to it, there is of course always room to move and to tailor the style to your personal taste. That being said, here are the top five things to include in your take on the Hamptons kitchen style: Paint it white The calling card of the Hamptons style is its signature white colour palette. The white makes the most of natural light in the space, reminiscent of beachside living. If stark white doesn’t appeal to you, go for