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Top 5 kitchen trends 2024, according to the experts

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Looking for the latest kitchen trends in 2024? Look no further than B8 Kitchens, one of Middlesbrough’s top bespoke kitchen design companies.

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We caught up with experts to discover the top kitchen trends for 2024 – prepare yourself for the ultimate kitchen inspiration…

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Quiet luxury is where it’s at for kitchen trends 2024 and slab splashbacks are making a serious statement. They are single, uninterrupted pieces of gorgeous material, like natural stone or engineered quartz, spanning your entire backsplash. It’s sleek, it’s modern and it’s oh-so-eye-catching.

Whether you’re into marble or opt for a more budget-friendly alternative, this seamless approach adds a timeless elegance to your kitchen. Say goodbye to traditional splashbacks and wave hello to seamless luxury in the heart of your home.


Do you know that whole minimalist yet luxurious vibe? Well, it’s going anywhere soon. In fact, it’s going to be huge in 2024. Expect sleek cabinetry in soft, muted tones with touches of opulence like gold accents and marble surfaces.

Think less flashy and more classy. As the saying goes ‘less is more’ and this kitchen trend proves just that. It’s all about that understated elegance and those refined finishes that scream sophistication.

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Wabi-sabi is having a real moment (celebrating the beauty of imperfection in organic forms and materials). Expect kitchens with a natural look, layering stone and marble for a colourful, textured vibe to bring warmth into the heart of your home.

2024 is all about those warm, earthy tones inspired by natural materials. Think stone, wood and brick, accented by walls painted in cosy hues like ochre and peach. It’s like bringing the outdoors in, creating a comfy, inviting space to cook and hang out.


2024 is shaping up to be the year of bold kitchen palettes. The dopamine trend is showing no signs of going anywhere this year, that’s known best for bringing in those vibrant hues to boost our moods.

From rich burgundy reds to crisp teals and emerald greens, it’s all about creating a luxe atmosphere. These jewel-like tones add depth without losing their timeless appeal. This is your chance to be playful and pick a vivid colour you love for your cabinetry. If you’re worried about your kitchen looking ‘too much’ soften it up with some neutral marble accents – perfect for spring!

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If colour scares you don’t worry as 2024 is also about embracing the boldness of black. Sleek black cabinetry and countertops are a vibe. Think timeless elegance meets modern sophistication.

Pair black cabinets and countertops with some warm wooden floorboards, and suddenly your kitchen feels like a breath of fresh air. It’s like the black dress of fashion, never goes out of style. Throw in some oak or walnut with a hint of brass or copper, and you’ve yourself a kitchen that’s luxurious as well as cosy.


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Rachael Nichol
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After gaining a first in her BA Media and Journalism degree at Northumbria University, Rachael worked at Newcastle’s leading regional newspaper with her stories being picked up in national and global newspapers She spent two very successful years giving a voice to those communities across the North East who otherwise…


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