Kitchen designer Natalia Greenan at Kitchens by Nick McNalley selects her favourite products from our February issue and explains why they have caught her eye
I like the pocket doors which have been added to the Cucina Colore range by Mereway, and which come in two height options and a choice of finishes.
Open-plan kitchens are super common now and we are seeing people use furniture from the kitchen in adjacent spaces.
Providing the likes of a secret bar is a real ‘wow’ factor when consumers are looking for a new kitchen and something a little different from their friends’ homes.
I love the industrial feel of the Bestwood tap and shower collection designed by Martin Brudnizki for Drummonds.
Exposed pipework and brutalist finishes are really popular in hospitality environments, such as restaurants, right now.
Sometimes it’s the smallest aspects which can add to the industrial detailing of a project.
I love the Cracklelux range of tiles from Craven Dunnill and although the picture is bathrooms, these could equally be used in a kitchen.
Tiled splashbacks are really popular in the kitchen, as it can be the only splash of colour in an otherwise neutral scheme.
The water colour finishes offer more choice and consumers like textured tiles as they offer a boutique, artisan feel.