New kitchen launches you need to know about

Is your kitchen in need of a refresh? We’ve collated some of the most recent launches to get your moodboard going. Think new cabinetry ideas, retro appliances, charming paint and wallpaper solutions, and 6-in-1 taps – yes, really!

Whether you’re thinking about giving your space a complete makeover or simply want to be in the know, these 2024 launches are all set to inspire your new project. Ready to discover what’s new in kitchens? Read on…

New kitchen collections

Gather the family round to yours with the help of Schmidt’s new Bossa Nova, black-lacquered, oak-veneer collection. Design your dream space for hosting with a multi-functional and extra-large island, and ample storage in illuminated glass-fronted units. For an elevated set-up, why not opt for split levels for your cooking and dining areas?

Dark kitchen design with wood worktop and glass cabinet fronts and large peninsula with incorporated dining space.
Schmidt kitchens start from £10,000.

Looking for a pop of colour? German kitchen brand Schüller has unveiled its Newport range, available in 27 shades. With handleless, Shaker-style door fronts in a satin-lacquer finish, it offers clever storage solutions and is enhanced by built-in lighting, creating the perfect ambience. Pretty and practical!

Green kitchen design with central island and pink ceiling and glazing.
The Newport range is priced £377 for a 600mm handleless base unit.

Plus, keeping in with the green theme, Moores has launched a nature-inspired colourway for its cabinetry to help connect you to the outdoors. The refreshing Olive shade with buttery undertones is the perfect choice for a warm, comforting space.

Olive green cabinetry in a small kitchen with open shelving and oversized pendant lights.
Cambridge range in Olive, from £3438, Moores.

Or, if you’re after a sophisticated kitchen design that makes classic look extra-cool, say hello to the Linea collection by Olive & Barr. The contemporary cabinets feature sleek slab doors, complemented here by minimalist brass handles. Thanks to their modern allure, with the right styling, you can even make the units look more like living room furniture and less like actual cabinets – ideal for grand, open-plan schemes.

Minimalist design with sleek cabinetry and brass tap and handles.
Linea kitchen, from £10,000, Olive & Barr.

Kitchen wallpaper

Another great trick for bringing a touch of the outdoors into your kitchen is wallpaper – Graham & Brown’s Spring Summer 2024 wallpaper and fabric collection boasts floral motifs. Why not create a feature wall using the bold Flower Press design, adorned with seed heads, in the rich and rustic earthy Glastonbury colourway? We love the way it complements the wood grain of the cabinetry.

Colourful design with pink walls and ceiling, and patterned wallpaper. The island and units are made from wood with marble surfaces.
Flower Press in Glastonbury, priced £85 per roll.

Sensory feast

Earthborn’s new paint colours have been created to engage the five senses – ranging from soft cream and charming mauve, meant to tickle your touch and taste senses, to vibrant blue and deep green, aimed at awakening your sight and sound. The lively Flora’s Tale paint, a warm and feminine pop of pink and one of my favourites, is a nod to fresh floral scents.

Pink units, walls and ceiling in a rustic scheme with jute rug and checkered sink skirt.
Flora’s Tale paint, priced £57.90 for 2.5 litres of Claypaint.

Spoilt for choice

Need a new tap? Franke‘s Mythos Water Hub 6-in-1 solution, in stainless steel, offers hot, cold, filtered, chilled, sparkling and boiling water. With a compact under-the-sink, single-box solution, it is priced £3199. What more could you want, right?

Close-up of six in one tap that offers filtered, hot, cold, sparking, boiling and chilled water.
Franke‘s multi-functional Mythos Water Hub 6-in-1 tap.

Retro kitchen appliances

If you thought the perfect family fridge-freezer didn’t exist, wait until you discover the retro-inspired Florence design by CDA. Dressed in the sweet Tea Rose colourway, with gold detailing, it has a 234-litre fridge and 96-litre freezer capacity – that’s the equivalent of around 16 bags of groceries! This appliance is definitely climbing its way up on my dream kitchen wishlist.

Kitchen design with built-in appliances and retro pink fridge.
The Florence fridge-freezer retails at £999, CDA.

Eco solutions

Conscious of your water waste in the kitchen? Miele’s G7000 dishwashers have had an upgrade and now boast even more eco credentials. Think improved sustainable wash programmes to lower your energy and water consumption, new basket features for reusable bottles, and the addition of the PowerDisk Eco automatic detergent with plant-based ingredients, which is also biodegradable. Bonus!

Neutral luxury design with marble surfaces and built-in appliances. In the island sits dishwasher, which is opened.
The pictured G7650 SCVi built-in dishwasher is priced £1879.

Statement worksurfaces

Lastly, if you’ve been looking for a new worktop, then know surface manufacturer Caesarstone has added seven new designs to its Porcelain range. Drawing inspiration from nature, they are available in two new finishes – Stone, offering a tactile feel, and Silk, which displays a soft sheen. The pictured 508 Isobellia is adorned with oversized copper veins and comes in the latter finish.

Green design with island clad in porcelain worktop with copper appliances and matching bar stools.
508 Isobellia, from £520 per sq m, installed, Caesarstone.

Happy planning!

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