We understand that purchasing a new kitchen is a significant investment, so it’s important to choose a design that will stand the test of time. A timeless kitchen will outlive fleeting fads and won’t put off prospective buyers, if you decide to sell your home.
At New Image, we will help you create a design that is the perfect combination of style and functionality. Our talented designers will offer expert advice and help you select classic design elements that will look great for years to come.
Simply book an appointment with one of our experienced kitchen designers and start crafting your dream kitchen today. Nothing is too much trouble and we will provide assistance every step of the way!
Neutral colour palette
The key to designing a timeless kitchen is choosing a style that will continue to work as interior design tastes change. We recommend picking something simple and sophisticated, with plenty of opportunity to add your own unique flair. You can revamp a timeless kitchen on a regular basis using inexpensive accessories, upholstery and other easy to change details.
Shaker style doors are a popular choice in timeless kitchens and look great in modern and period properties. Oak will never go out of fashion, so choosing natural materials and textures is a pretty safe bet.
Avoid engineered materials and high gloss finishes, which can create an ultra-modern look. If you’re looking for long lasting worktops, hardwood is an excellent choice because it can be sanded and revarnished to keep it looking its best. Marble effect quartz is also a popular option.
Classic colour palette
One of the key features of a timeless kitchen design is a classic colour palette, which will
continue to compliment your interior if you decide to redecorate. Choosing white, grey, cream or beige gives you plenty of flexibility when selecting paint colours or co-ordinating furnishings. You can also experiment with dark blues for a heritage feel.
New Image kitchens are handcrafted to a high standard using high quality materials and time-honoured techniques. Whilst the initial outlay may be more than high street alternatives, you’ll save money in the long run, when you won’t have to replace expensive cabinetry after a couple of years.
Investing in quality is one of our top tips when designing a timeless kitchen. Soft close doors can help prevent damage. Opting for concealed appliances means they won’t look out of place if they date.