Kitchens in Dublin have a very definite style compared to the rest of the country. Kitchens Dublin style is our rundown of what’s hot and what’s not. Read on
Gone are the beech and varnished oak style kitchens of yesteryear, overtaken by classic painted solid kitchens and contemporary matt handleless designs. Understated elegance is the key for 2018, subtle shades and soft matt tones accentuated by contrasting colours, feature worktops and careful placement of chrome handles.
Kitchen islands are still very much in vogue for those with a little more space, with contrasting colours making more than an occasional appearance. Quartz or solid walnut worktops give an island centrepiece a real wow factor that’s almost impossible to resist when planning your new kitchen.
An absolute kitchen design classic, it’s hard to beat the feel of natural Ash expertly painted in a wide range of colours to enhance the natural woodgrain that lies beneath.
The internal bead profile detail used in the Fitzwilliam door adds extra depth and contour to your overall kitchen design when combined with any of the broad number of accessories on offer in this stunning range.
The ultimate example of unconventional styling the Infinity door comes to life here with a vivid mix of colours and accessories. Emphasised by a mock in-frame surround, this kitchen welcomes a diverse array of decorative elements such as flooring and upholstery. Colour matching service used for Zingy Orange.
Let your imagination run wild with the design possibilities offered by the ornate Jefferson solid ash door. The large number of accessories applicable to the range gives you unlimited choice when it comes to creating a style all of your own.
Wilton Oakgrain Shaker
The timeless shaker kitchen in a contemporary palette of traditional and modern colours. This design classic offers the ultimate in design flexibility.
For a traditional country kitchen, choose from our classic handle ranges and pair with classic tangent cornice.
If a contemporary kitchen is more your thing, modern handles and sleek cornice and pelmet combine to make up one of the most popular Dublin kitchen styles today.