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Contrary to popular belief, a contemporary kitchen isn’t quite the same as a modern kitchen. Contemporary kitchen design is cutting edge and makes the most of evolving trends, while modern kitchens are often timeless; they can still look beautiful as fads and trends come and go. 




The “Lichfield” collection from Second Nature combines contemporary woodgrain and neutral tones with an intricate framed design for a stylish and up-to-the-minute look. 


From the Kitchen Door Collection, “Duleek” from the Goscote range is available in both a flat slab and curved door design. Ask us about the Duleek high gloss units in Tiepolo and Aubergine; together they make a striking combination, sure to make a statement in a contemporary home. 


Another shining example of outstanding contemporary kitchen design is “Edged” from the Kitchen Door Collection. Inspired by stylish European kitchens, Edged features earthy tones and a mix of exciting textures, along with contrasting or matching unit edging. 


Some modern kitchens can be transformed into contemporary kitchens through the clever use of bold colours and textured finishings. Copper taps or door handles and stone or patterned timber worktops are all features that are fashionable at the moment and are set to be so for the next few years. If you like the idea of a contemporary kitchen but aren’t so keen on upgrading again after a few years, then using on-trend accessories and trimmings could be well worth doing. If they become dated, it will be less expensive to replace these items, as opposed to renovating your entire kitchen. 
To find out more about our contemporary kitchens, please get in touch, or visit our Boroughbridge showroom for a face-to-face appointment. 
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