Find Your Interior Style - Kitchens

With so many different interiors styles to choose from, it can be tricky to know which one to go for when designing your home. To help you decide, we've put together some examples of our favourite interior styles, from the trending Scandi style to classic country homes. All you have to do is pick your favourite and start decorating! This week - kitchens!


The Scandinavian Home


Scandi interiors are all about clean and de-cluttered spaces, often using lots of wood and natural finishes. With lots of natural light and light colours, a Scandi kitchen will be a simple but striking room.


urban pioneer


The industrial interior style is all about keeping the natural building materials of a room exposed. For a kitchen, this could mean exposed piping, bare floors or wooden panels. It will often be a clean, stripped back room with access to lots of natural light to make it feel bright and open.


Coastal Living


For a coastal style kitchen, think of a cross between Scandi and country. Lots of wood and light, bright colours. You're trying to bring the colours of the seaside into your home, so go for a balance of blues and whites and light wooden surfaces.


Botanical Style


Botanical style does what it says on the tin. If you love to bring the outdoors in then this is the style for you. Whether you go for tropical flowers and bright patterns, or lots of green foliage it's all about filling each room with nature inspired patterns, plants and accessories.


Perfect English Cottage


A classic country kitchen is one of the cosiest places to be in a home! Flagstone floors, a big wooden table everyone can sit around, perhaps a selection of snoozing dogs and cats, it really is the heart of every country house.


You can find more interior inspiration for your favourite style in our great interior titles (listed in order):

The Scandinavian Home by Niki Brantmark, photography by James Gardiner

Urban Pioneer by Sara Emslie, photography by Benjamin Edwards

Coastal Living by Henrietta Heald, photograph by Rachel Whiting

Botanical Style by Selina Lake, photography by Rachel Whiting

Perfect English Cottage by Ros Byam Shaw, photography by Jan Baldwin