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Celebrating 2021's Kitchen Trends

22.11.21 - Style and Design

2021 has certainly been a year to remember. With a lot of our workforce working from home, the kitchen has never been more utilised. 

Earthy Tones

Earthy tones are in this year with gorgeous light colours and beiges sweeping across the country. Paired with elegant but simple accessories, it’s hard to go wrong with these colour combinations. Our Paddington 32 MKII, on display at Rochedale Arise depicts earthy tones with a neutral colour palette, accented with deep green pieces of decor. 

For more earth-tone inspiration, you can also view our  Ashgrove 29 on display at Everleigh to see the full picture.

Caesar stone benchtops

Not only is stone luxurious, but it’s also natural. The natural beauty of caesar stone is what fits in perfectly with 2021’s down-to-earth trends, tapping into its raw classiness to finish off a gorgeous kitchen. 

Looking to see a caesar stone benchtop for yourself? Picture a 20mm benchtop in a gorgeous kitchen on display at our Fairmont 40 in the Kalina display home.

Natural lighting

Bring the outdoors in with natural lighting in your kitchen this summer. Natural lighting not only brightens the space, but enhances colours and gives your kitchen a gorgeous glow. 

See natural lighting for yourself in our large Parkhill 34 in Newport.

Glass splashback

Add character into your kitchen by switching your splashback for a window. Watch the kids with ease or admire your backyard from the comfort of your home. That lawn work did not go to waste. The glass splashback is a must-see in our Brookwater 35 on display at the Aura home centre

Black and Gold

If you’ve been watching The Block this year, you’d know black and gold tapware is very on trend. Match your tapware to your kitchen handles and also kitchen accessories with your choice of matte black or brushed gold kitchen hardware. 

See it for yourself in our luxurious Grande 57 on display at our Lomandra Park display village.

Open living, utility kitchen

Open living has always been a favourite in Australia, but incorporating a kitchen you can utilise has been a struggle without it appearing messy. 2021’s kitchen trends have brought through open living butlers pantry and walk in pantries to integrate your living space whilst keeping it functional.

Butlers pantries showcase how bigger really is better in our open living kitchen in the Boston 43 on display at Capestone.

Interested in seeing some of the 2021 kitchen trends? Visit your nearest display centre to walk through Clarendon’s gorgeous display homes, or visit our Pinterest to scroll through our kitchen folder. 

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