The return of the Wooden Kitchen

No, I’m not talking about the orange stained pine of the 90’s. I’m talking about the revival of the timeless and versatile wooden kitchen – it’s back with a vengeance. If you have a Pinterest account, or even just access to the internet, you’ll have seen that wood and wood effect kitchens have made a huge comeback in recent years. The pine kitchens of the 90’s were great quality, but gone are the days of the ‘one stain fits all’. That might be down to advancement in the wood treatment industry, or the less trend driven aesthetics of modern interior design, but I’m definitely a huge fan of the ‘new’ wooden kitchen!

Below are some of my current favourite styles of wooden kitchens, perfect for anyone willing to do a bit of DIY to their current kitchen if you’ve inherited a not so lovely over-stained pine kitchen, or inspiration for a simple cupboard door update if you have a limited budget.

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Pair with lighter toned wall units to create a modern, bright and airy look.
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Dark woods often look more luxurious, and this kitchen is no exception.
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This rich walnut toned kitchen goes beautifully with the natural stone worktop and brass accessories.
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Add modern open shelving to ensure your wooden kitchen is modern and contemporary.
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Try sticking to the ashier side of the wooden kitchen trend with a modern style as shown above. These could either be laminate or white washed stained real wood – an option for each end of the budget!
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Plywood kitchens are a big part of the wooden kitchen trend. They’re a relatively cheap way of updating your kitchen. They can be made with cut outs for handles, or simply attach black or brass handles like the above to keep it simple.
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This simple wooden kitchen is so understated and the open shelving is a great way to create a sleek look.
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Pairing a wooden kitchen with a wood flooring can be done – just mix the tones to create depth.
I love the look of this wooden kitchen with the exposed roof joists. Makes the kitchen look interesting and inviting!
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The perfect mix of modern country and a modern statement wood kitchen.
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Add colour to wall units to break up any block areas and celebrate the grain of your wooden kitchen.

13th May 2020

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