Autumn 2022 Trends: What's hot, what's not, and what to look out for

Summer is finally upon us which means that autumn is just around the corner. Of course, that's not far away in the kitchen design world, so as we prepare to say hello to the leaves changing colour, there are a few kitchen trends worth keeping an eye on for your next projects.

Here are four of them!

1. Green is in.

It's no secret that the colour green has been having a moment lately. From bright vibrant greens to calming mint shades, this versatile hue has been popping up everywhere, and it shows no signs of slowing down.

Whether you go for a bold statement or a more subtle approach, there are endless ways to incorporate this trend into a kitchen project.

If you're considering this colour palette right now, Second Nature have released the colour Mornington Regiment as a stock colour to help get you started. Its calming yet refreshing tone is the perfect shade to set the foundation for your client's new kitchen.

At a time when wait times for appliances and furniture are at an all-time high, lead times for stock colours are of course shorter, another win-win for you and your clients.
A classic green kitchen with pale splashback and green shelving.

2. Blue is still popular.

In recent years, the colour blue has been a popular choice for kitchens, and that trend is still going strong this season.

Homeowners are drawn to its calming properties and ability to project a sense of sophistication. When paired with light worktops and white cabinets, blue gives a serene, airy feel. If you're looking for something a little bolder, try using darker shades of blue or mixing in a few accent colours.
A contemporary blue kitchen with island and breakfast bar.

3. Shaker frames are getting slimmer.

This season, the kitchen trends are all about simplicity and functionality. Chunky frames are out, and thin, sleek lines are in. When selecting a style for your project, consider shaker kitchens with slimmer frames; they're sure to be popular with your clients.

People opt for thinner frames to give their kitchen a more modern feel. To bring out the contemporary look even more, try adding square handles.
A shaker kitchen with slim frame, in navy blue and pale grey.

4. Wood accents here and there.

Whether it's open shelving or an oak carcass, a bit of wood can soften the look of your kitchen. This trend is all about bringing a bit of warmth, personality and character to the kitchen.

We recommend using wood accents sparingly (like adding a breakfast bar at a slightly raised level on the island) and mixing them with other materials to create a more interesting space.
A black kitchen with pale worktops, gold handles and wooden accents
These are just a few upcoming kitchen trends we're seeing so far this year. So, whatever your project, keep these in mind!

For some serious inspiration showcasing some of these kitchen trends, check out our recent projects.
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