The very idea of an interior trend is to create an aesthetic that people will incorporate into their home for a short period of time. What was considered to be the height of interior fashion in the 1990s is very different to what we consider to be en vogue two decades later.
However, having an entire overhaul of your living environment each time a new trend makes its way onto the interior scene isn’t practical for the majority of people. The costs, time and effort involved in transforming a new room as soon as you’ve finished the last isn’t ideal, which is why it’s important to invest in high quality, timeless pieces that suit an array of environments.
For instance, our range of granite worktops in Lancashire are versatile enough to complement an array of trends. As a result, investing in a kitchen worktop that retains its beauty and quality means that it becomes a lot simpler and more cost effective to switch up your decor with a few tweaks here and there.
Here are a few of our ideas about how to incorporate your kitchen worktop into environments that are currently on trend!
A light, open planned kitchen/diner is at the height of fashion right now. If this is the style of kitchen that you hope to achieve, our Pegasus White granite worktop or Lyra Silestone quartz worktop combine perfect high quality workmanship and bright materials to bring elegance to your room.
If you prefer a more masculine and streamlined interior, the modern industrial trend may be the one for you. With pops of stainless steel and cupboards without handles, this is an easy kitchen aesthetic to follow.
For your worktop, try our Terracotta solid surface worktop.
Large Country Cottage
For rural homes, retaining a traditional aesthetic with modern tweaks will create a gorgeous cottage-style interior. This could be created by using non-traditional shapes for your islands and incorporating different shades from the same palette.
For your worktop, try our Nougat quartz material by Caeserstone to add visual texture.
Dark and Handsome
Even though you may not think it, dark palettes are completely versatile and adapt to a number of surroundings. Dark brown complements other dark hues, such as red, and can be brightened with cream shades.
For a dark centre island, have a look at the gorgeous rich colour of our Cocoa Luminoso quartz worktop.
The added benefit of using a quartz or granite worktop is their ability to adapt to their surroundings. Even though you may have one trend in mind when first creating the kitchen of your dreams, if you have an alternative vision down the line, the gorgeous textures and numerous colours available enable them to seamlessly fit into new surroundings.
For more information about our timeless and high quality worktops, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us by calling 01704 228 574 or visiting our showroom.