Kitchen style ideas: listen now

kitchen style ideas illustrated by a cream Shaker kitchen with silver pendant lights and cream cabinetry

Can’t decide what kitchen style you want for your new space? For series four, episode five of our How To Buy A Kitchen Or Bedroom podcast, host Georgina Townshend and guests Ros Wilson and Beth Dadswell talk about all the different styles of cabinetry and looks you can create.

From kitchen style ideas including discussing the pros and cons of Shaker-style cabinetry over handleless designs, they explore why the sought-after industrial look doesn’t have to be cold and edgy. Why contemporary country doesn’t mean twee, and if Scandi is at all practical – plus much more. 

McDonald's sign next to a granite island with cabinetry, a book poster, dark-coloured bar stools and a grey floor next to steel-framed doors
Add interest to your kitchen extension with aluminium Crittall-style French doors. This style of glazing from Fabco matches this industrial-style Roundhouse kitchen perfectly. Photography: Darren Chung.

If you’ve not heard of it before, the How To Buy A Kitchen Or Bathroom podcast is filled with practical advice. Also plenty of inspiration and brilliant new ideas, plus brilliant guests.

Harvey Jones Arbor pink and black cabinetry with brass handles, open shelving and a white quartz worktop, with a brass tap, flowers and a plate of plums
Kitchen style ideas: This traditional kitchen has a contemporary edge with simple Shaker-style doors. It also features on-trend brass handles and industrial-style pendant lights. In addition, the open shelving allows you to add personal touches, and is a popular look right now. Arbor kitchen, from £25,000, Harvey Jones.

Specialising in high-end residential and hospitality projects, Ros’ ethos is to seamlessly design and deliver beautiful, bespoke interiors. They encompass the essence of her clients with a fresh, hands-on approach when planning a kitchen.

a country-style design with open shelving, cream cabinetry, a pastel blue Smeg toaster, lots of drinking glasses displayed and a Belfast sink with a silver tap
Kitchen style ideas: This design with Smeg appliances shows that country kitchens don’t have to look old-fashioned.

Beth prides herself on creating unique, beautiful homes that utilise space efficiently while looking effortlessly stylish. By mixing the inexpensive with the unusual, the old with the new, she transforms her clients’ homes into inspiring spaces that are totally unique and full of character.

So, find How To Buy A Kitchen Or Bathroom: the podcast in your podcast store, including Apple, Google and Spotify. and you can also listen to the episodes here.

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