From minimalism to marble and high shine to hi-tech, The Resident takes a look at the latest trend for glamorous kitchens and shows you how to get the look
Story: Kara O’Reilly
Put high ceilings to good use with feature lighting like this dramatic centrepiece, which also serves as a speaker system and extractor fan. Elmar@Home kitchen in black walnut and stainless-steel, from £20,000, laurencepidgeon.com
Play on texture and contrast with brushed brass, marble and reclaimed timber for an industrial luxe feel.
From £20,000, bertandmay.com
A fantastic handle-less style kitchen with a chic and modern vibrancy, contrasting natural hues of deep green and walnut timber, with beautiful bronze and Carrara marble overlays. Ladbroke kitchen by Naked Kitchens, POA, nakedkitchens.com
This minimal, masculine look is all about straight lines, smooth finishes and a bold statement colour. Fly kitchen in stained oak veneer with Blade tall units in aluminium both by Modulnova, from £25,000, designspacelondon.com
White framed cabinets, glossy black surfaces, glass and stainless-steel appliances, plus upholstered bar stools are fail-safe luxe kitchen signifiers.
Bespoke kitchen, from £45,000, smallbone.co.uk
This deVOL design is painted in a rich green hue, which beautifully off-sets the tactile brass hardware and Arabascato marble worktops. Classic English Kitchen, from £25,000, devolkitchens.co.uk
This bespoke by Mark Wilkinson has Caesarstone worktops in Dreamy Marfil with appliances from Aga, Miele, Gaggenau and Liebherr. From £40,000, mwf.com
Sleek high-shine teardrop lampshades, a mirrored splashback and stainless-steel appliances create modern accents in this timeless kitchen. Nickleby bespoke kitchen, from £35,000, humphreymunson.co.uk