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Trend Alert - Broken Kitchens


Hop aboard the new trend sweeping the interiors world right now – the broken plan kitchen. Open plan living is soon becoming a thing of the past as home owners opt for more privacy without the compromise of committal walls. Freestanding shelving units or seating areas enable you to maintain a bright open space whilst also providing a sense of separation. Daniele Brutto from Hub Kitchens and Fred Horlock from Neptune (in Wimbledon) offer their take on the style below.

Daniele Brutto, Co-Founder of Hub Kitchens predicts, “In 2018 I think we can expect to see the move from open plan living to a more zoned approach. It’s an evolution of open planned living and allows for a more sociable experience for everyone.”

Fred Horlock, Retail Design for Neptune adds, “Zoning means your kitchen will feel naturally balanced, considered and harmonious in terms of style and ergonomics. Factoring in primary zones for cooking and socialising allows the kitchen to become a multi-purpose hub, bringing the whole family together.”

To start planning your kitchen re-design, why not visit these nearby showrooms, or enlist the help of local architects


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