Winter Inspired Kitchen Design with Second Nature Kitchens
According to Ideal Home, the best time of year to fit a new kitchen is February so if a New Year revamp sounds ideal we’ve got some Second Nature kitchens for you. In this week’s post, we’re showcasing kitchens that take inspiration from winter. Some are dark and on-trend and some are just plain glam but all will make a definitive statement. Whatever your taste here is six of our favourites from the Second Nature collection. Have a peruse, imagine your goal and then consult Twenty 5 Design to make it work…
Graphite Second Nature Kitchens
If you’re a fan of the industrious look then the Porter range is ultra-stylish in Matt Graphite. Featuring natural wood grain with darker tones this is one handsome kitchen that’s suited to winter.
Ellerton Partridge Grey
Second Nature’s Ellerton Partridge Grey sees a spin on the classic shaker design. It’s also available in a range of smooth-matt colours that soften the handleless look. Much like the ice-cold mist on a frosty morning, this is a kitchen of calm and balance. It’s also enduring, however, and will look just as good through Spring, Summer and Autumn too.
Porter Dove Grey & Regiment
Another option from the best-selling Porter collection sees a paired-back and glamorous look. This linear kitchen lends itself to a modernised home, is effortlessly stylish and practical too. Second Nature has united a brass trim that acts as handles with their brand new finish, Regiment. It’s an earthy green tone akin to fir trees and provokes thoughts of woodland grace.
Blue Second Nature Kitchens
Blue kitchens are very much in and so the Clarendon Painted is worth considering next year. A style that combines the shaker with a more traditional design, it makes for a special appearance. What’s also so great about blue for a kitchen is that this colour bursts with charm and character. It additionally looks great when paired with brass and woodgrain for a warm aesthetic.
This grown-up and contemporary kitchen features an intricate shaker frame. It also balances modern design with a velvety palette to create a truly warming vibe. If this rich finish is not for you, however, Lichfield is additionally available in many more colours. Choose from matt or gloss for a bespoke kitchen in tune with your unique style.
Fitzroy Graphite & Dove Grey
Many of our clients love Second Nature kitchens and Fitzroy is a popular choice. Shown here in Dove Grey and Graphite this combo avoids an overload of black. During a recent project, our client decided to go for the Fitzroy Partridge Grey (pictured below). This was then complemented with Slate and kitchen worktops in a combination of oak and quartz. We’re sure you’ll agree it makes the perfect recipe for a cosy kitchen on winter days. Bosch appliances were also chosen which will make festive cooking an absolute treat when it comes to Christmas.
Second Nature Kitchens and New Year Installations
Thank you for reading this week’s post which look’s at some beautiful kitchens. If you’re feeling inspired please seek more advice from our professional design team. Able to offer the extensive collection of Second Nature kitchens in Wakefield and the surrounding areas, we can also supply high-end appliances for a premium look - please get in touch to discuss a New Year project.