Kitchen design never looked so sweet
If you are looking for kitchen design inspiration, Kaboodle Kitchens are serving up contemporary kitchen looks in the hottest colourways with their new trends range, which is a celebration of organic and grounding palettes with colours from greens and greys, to subtle pinks and metallics.
The range is inspired by desserts and they have even partnered with MasterChef All-Stars winner Emelia Jackson to create a collaboration of the sweetest kind.
Confection queen Emelia has created a collection of delicious dessert dishes, bringing the Kaboodle trends range to life through the art of food, inspiring you to design your own beautiful kitchen and create within it (you can request the full range of recipes here). Our favourite is Matchamisu, a chic, muted green that strikes a balance between earthy and luxe. We also love the matte, soft-touch finish and the latest anti-fingerprint technology means there won’t be any visible sticky finger marks when you go back for seconds.
This chic, muted green replicates all that is good from nature. Sitting between earthy and luxe, this creates a striking kitchen look when matched with timbers, neutrals and creates a sophisticated, elegant kitchen when paired with gold accents.
Perfect as a statement colour or on its own, or paired with a soft white or marble to create a two-tone effect and soft feature accents for a striking interior. This grey also has a matte, soft-touch finish with anti-fingerprint technology.
As an alternative to timber, this warm and inviting matte grain-look features well with whites, blacks, greys and natives to really make your space your own. If you’re a scandi-style-lover, pairing Shortbread with plenty of white will freshen up your space.
This soft, delicate hue of yellow evokes a rich creaminess, creating a soft and relaxed natural palette. Create a standout-space by pairing with matte black handles, white tiled splashback, and brass accents.
A dusky, rose pink with a hint of metallic will make a statement in any contemporary kitchen design. We love how this has been paired with Chia Pudding and marble-look benchtops to create a contemporary style.
Not for the faint-hearted, this elegant blue will deliver a bold yet calming pop of colour to your space, and we love how this tone can be softened beautifully when paired with concrete-looks and warming timber tones. Pair this colour with silver handles to bring out the grey and silver undertones of this playful colour.