Kitchen Trends 2014: Block contrasting colour Kitchen Cabinets and Kitchen Taps with U-Shaped Spout

Kitchen Trends 2014: Block contrasting colour Kitchen Cabinets and Kitchen Taps with U-Shaped Spout that are currently trending are featured here in this Swedish Kitchen in Odengatan, Stockholm (photos courtesy of Fantastic Frank at www.fantasticfrank.se) and I think it looks amazing. I love the clean straight lines and the position of the Shelves (i.e. to the left rather than in the centre) and if you also note, the Shelves don’t reach as far as the side wall to balance the units below.

Trend 1: The Block Colour Contrasting Kitchen Doors. Here the wall presses are in white and the lower presses are in a contrasting grey.

Odengatan stockholm kitchen 1 (via Fantastic Frank)

Odengatan stockholm kitchen 1 (via Fantastic Frank)

Trend 2: U-Shaped Spout on the Kitchen Tap.

odengatan stockholm kitchen 2 (via Fantastic Frank)

Odengatan stockholm kitchen 2 (via Fantastic Frank)

If you like this U-Shaped Spout then take a look at the Carron Phoenix Carnegie Kitchen Tap with a side lever, or the San Marco Finley Kitchen Tap with two levers (and would also require lower pressure than the single lever tap).

Carron Phoenix Carnegie Kitchen Tap

Carron Phoenix Carnegie Kitchen Tap

San Marco Finley Chrome Kitchen Tap

San Marco Finley Chrome Kitchen Tap

 

To view these two kitchen taps in our online store: click here for Carnegie Kitchen Tap and here for Finley Kitchen Tap.

For our complete range of Kitchen Taps that have been manufactured for the UK, visit this link – Kitchen Taps at Taps and Sinks Online.

For more information on choosing the right kitchen tap for your water pressure see here

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