One silver lining of the pandemic has been that many of us are more in touch with the outdoors than we ever were before.
When we think back to April, we can almost feel the silence radiating from the empty roads and hear the birds chirping in the trees.
In many ways, it was something of a perfect storm – not only were there fewer manmade noises but because we were stuck spending lots of time indoors, it made us appreciate the time we got to spend out even more.
That daily walk was the highlight of many people’s days – an opportunity to breathe fresh air and take in the sights, sounds and smells that nature has to offer.
And, based on the last few months, it seems that this experience has had a life-changing impact on many of us, with lots of people keen to bring more of the outdoors into their home.
Pay Attention To Textures And Materials
‘Natural’ kitchen designs, like the one pictured here, are becoming hugely popular – with lots of natural light fused together with natural textures, like wood and stone.
It’s earthier, it’s more real, and it puts us in touch with the great outdoors, even when it’s bucketing down outside!
Works With Other Kitchen Trends
The natural kitchen works beautifully with some of the other popular trends right now, including urban and concrete, meaning you can incorporate multiple key themes for a fresh and modern kitchen design.
You can’t go natural without it. The nature-inspired kitchen gives you the perfect platform to introduce plants and greenery into your space, making it the ultimate inside/outside kitchen.
It’s also a really easy way to change up your kitchen design, depending on your mood, or the season. A windowsill full of fragrant summer herbs always puts a smile on our faces!
Contact Us for Natural Kitchen Design
Our kitchen showroom is open for private appointments, so if you’d like to talk about how a natural kitchen could transform your home, get in touch and we can talk through your options.